It is no easy task to navigate the working world as a first generation graduate student. Read these six pieces of advice from Helen Pho, a first-generation graduate student herself.
Are you an individual that has faced discrimination or inequality in the tech industry? Are you curious if tech companies will address their commitments to improve equality and be transparent about where they lie with diversity and inclusion? This article …
Read more from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about your rights about mental health conditions in the workplace.
Read more from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about what disability discrimination is, how to approach reasonable accommodations and undue hardships, and additional resources.
Read advice from a first-generation graduate who successfully navigated the job search.
Thinking about coming out at your place of employment? This article offers questions to consider, the benefits of doing so, and how to move forward if you decide to come out.
Your name is the first thing an employer will learn about you when applying for a job. But what should you do if you’d prefer to give your chosen or preferred name as opposed to your legal one? This article goes in-depth with options and considerations when searching for your next opportunity.
Are you a young professional or a student and not sure how to plan for financial success? Do you want to learn how financial plan but not sure how? This article will provide tips on how to plan and succeed …
This article reviews the different settings of code-switching and the ways it affects our mental health, work performance, and emotions. It also provides a few actions steps.