college graduates

Kick-start your career and life with wisdom from Oprah Winfrey, Stacey Abrams and Missy Elliott.
Ever sit in a meeting with no clue what people are talking about?
2 days later, the CEO (Mike), Smit, and I talked. Mike grilled me on what kind of stuff I had previously done and had me
And that's another thing I've learned. People generally don't give a damn about you. They don't. Even people who are supposed
Many people forget the big show that put the Bravo network on the map was Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. I was an agent
Where to find these opportunities? For startups, AngelList is a great resource. Check out local Chambers of Commerce and
Next time you look at a job ad and think no, I can't do that, I don't have the experience...think again, take your power and create your experience.
Not Everything is in Your Control. One of the toughest lessons to learn is to let go of the things that you have no control
Congrats graduates of 2016! You made it through 4 years of grueling coursework, late night studying, early classes and internships. No longer, seniors, you are now recent graduates entering the real world. Yet, I've always wondered, how soon does 'recent graduate' become unemployed?
It can take a few months to settle into a new job. Be open-minded and stay positive. Your career is a journey, so enjoy the ride!
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Gratitude can be a lever for bringing an attitude of joy to work. Whatever you can find in each day that is worthy and good
Graduation--the ultimate limbo phase. The first moment where you're no longer a student but you're not yet a professional. It's easy to be a little freaked out, especially with friends and family asking "What are you doing next?"
6. Be on time (aka avoid the coffee flip off). Nothing shows disrespect like walking into a meeting late with a fresh cup
I had the great privilege of joining Arianna Huffington, HuffPost's editor-in-chief, at the 2016 Commencement Ceremony of my alma mater, Hunter College. Arianna gave the keynote address and was given the President's Medal by Hunter College President, Jennifer Raab.
It's that time of year again ... when college graduates put on those awkward gowns and head off to commencement, where they sit in the sweltering sun or a stuffy stadium, waiting to grab their diplomas and meet up with their families while half-listening to distinguished speakers dispense timeless wisdom and advice.
While I don't believe in regrets, looking back... it sure would have been nice to graduate high school or college with some more practical skills to utilize as I stepped into adulthood.
As the final notes of "Pomp and Circumstance" fade into the distance and the reality of an uncertain future dawns, I offer