What Do You Do With That?

What Do You Do With That?

THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF BLOGS ON HOW A HUMANITIES DEGREE QUALIFIES YOU FOR ALL KINDS OF AMAZING JOBS UPON GRADUATION. I majored in art history in college, which meant I was asked regularly, “what do you do with that?” A lot, as it turns out. As a student, eager to...
Keeping Remote Teams Connected

Keeping Remote Teams Connected

Remote work offers some big advantages like flexibility and better work-life balance. With just a little effort and planning to engage and support your team, it can also bring improved productivity, job satisfaction and professional development. Here are some tips to...
Interview Tips to Tell a Unique Story

Interview Tips to Tell a Unique Story

Like any other piece of writing, a compelling article depends largely on you—the writer. Sure, the focus is on someone else’s experience, but you’re the one telling their story. And that requires more than rattling off a list of questions and recounting what you...
Power Through the Afternoon Slump

Power Through the Afternoon Slump

For those of us working from home, staying focused throughout the entire day can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. In this ongoing series, we’re sharing our favorite work-from-home tips. Last time, it was all about “frictionless mornings.”  Today, it’s our...
Don’t Sell Your Sponsors Short

Don’t Sell Your Sponsors Short

Many companies are eager to choose a nonprofit to get behind, but that doesn’t mean snagging a sponsor is easy. There are plenty of organizations vying for attention. If you want to stand apart, think like a potential sponsor.  Sure, they want to support your...