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Career, Work, Jobs and Social Justice in the Coronavirus Era

Career, work and jobs have always been at the crux of social justice movements in the United States. The examples are many. The very founding of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in 1837, as the Institute for Colored Youth, had career, work, jobs and social … Read More…

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Job Searching During Coronavirus; A Rapid Paradigm Shift for New Grads

Today’s college graduates are entering one of the best job markets in the nation’s history… Hold up. Rewind… Read More…

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Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis

Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis Read More…

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