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Category Archives: Professional Development

After You Quit – 4 Things You Wish You Could Tell Your Old Boss

Employees and managers routinely go in separate directions and never talk or see each other again. There are often unspoken words when those working relationships end. If by some miracle you had the chance to tell an old boss why you left or … Read More…

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Why Are Internships Important?

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU students about college life, career activities and opportunities on their campus that encourage career development and building success habits. Acquiring new skills. Attaining an internship … Read More…

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Career Self Care Tips

National Career Development Month gives us the opportunity every year to practice a little bit of career self care. November is really a good time of year for reflection.  Why? We are edging closer to the end of the year and if you … Read More…

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