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The longer you are out of work, the less marketable you can become. Whether you’re fresh out of college or a seasoned professional, here are 6 ways to stay marketable while searching for your next job opportunity. 1) Define Who You are as a Professional and What You Want! Create a 30 second debut statement …
The end of 2014 brought a series of unfortunate events, opinions, and images of the black community that are all too familiar yet under publicized. With the easy, real time access to social media, our world is more connected the outcomes and effects of events like the police killings of Mike Brown, John Crawford and …
Have you been coined the “Angry Woman” at work or know someone that has? Why are women (more so us women of color) quite often viewed as emotional and ready to go off? The media does a great job of exacerbating the issue and painting some not so pretty pictures of us that need to …
Several months ago Black Career Women’s Network (BCWN) Career Conversation focused on elevating female African-American professionals to a level of empowerment within their career. Black Career Women’s Network is comprised of women from entry-level to C Suite who provide and receive career advice from others who have been in their position or offer a different …
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