Tag: mission-driven work

Finding Yourself Abroad

Being someone who wasn’t sure they were going to college, I definitely wasn’t thinking about studying abroad. But after numerous emails promising free burritos at an information session, I decided to learn more about the Oaxaca Semester Abroad. The PowerPoint

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Living with Intention

Welcome to a new year, a new semester, a new day! Let it be a great one as you lead your own life with intention. Life does not begin when you graduate, when you grow up, when another day arrives.

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World of Work: Nydia E. Guity ’09, Fordham Tremont Community Mental Health Center

Nydia E. Guity ‘09 Mental Health Clinician Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center at Saint Barnabas Hospital New York City Major: Social Work Graduate Program: Fordham University – Master of Social Work How would you describe what you do on a

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Doing Good, Doing Well: The Power of Intention

‘So much to do and so little time to do it!” This could be the slogan for these times with endless deadlines, constant connection, and the relentless question: “so what are you going to do with your degree?” Yes, there

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The Hub is here for YOU!

Have you ever encountered the issue of needing to have experience to get experience? New grads are sometimes surprised by job descriptions for entry-level positions that include a depth of experience and skills. Fortunately, UVM is committed to helping you

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