Last month, we partnered with our friends at QuarantineCon to create another memorable virtual event—this time specifically focused on tech careers.
This year, violent and racially-targeted events against the Black community have again come to the forefront of the public and the media’s attention.
In a candid and transparent conversation, Spotify gave us the inside scoop on what it’s like working at the digital streaming platform.
Last week, we teamed up with our friends at DTCC to discuss how you can leverage your diversity in your career path.
by Margot Elise
Amid the pandemic, Black people are experiencing another virus that floods the streets: safety.
In response to the pandemic, our team decided to launch a nationwide College Giveaway Fund to support our members.
Last week, we spoke with NBA legend and one of our favorite entrepreneurs, Magic Johnson, on navigating your career during COVID-19.
Due to COVID-19, we have transitioned to working remotely, which has created a shift in the work life dynamic that we’ve grown accustomed to.
Amid an ever-changing beauty industry and a global conglomerate often relying on superficiality, Giselle has managed to create an inclusive space where people of all backgrounds and beauty regimens can feel comfortable.
Growing within your career is not guaranteed but like many senior professionals, you have to start somewhere. Jerome Wright, Director of Reds Youth Academy, proves that diligence and persistence are key components to leveling up in your career.
by Anya Crease
We’ve compiled a list of valuable insights from female founders that you can use to take yourself to unprecedented heights.
For Us, By Us: Ethel’s Club is more than just a coworking space, it’s a community that’s built to support professionals of color and galvanize systemic change within our current business structure.
Get to know our ambassador, Sainna Christian and learn about her experience at an HBCU as an international student. She talks about how some early career exploration in high school led her to pursue a degree in Business Administration.
This week's featured ambassador is Mirella Martinez, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Florida State University. Ahead, she talks about how being raised with entrepreneurial parents lead her to start her own business too.
Meet Stephanie Nuesi, CEO of Max Up, an Accounting major at Baruch College, and Jopwell Ambassador. In this highlight, she talks about coming to the U.S., transferring schools, and starting her own business.
There is a lot of work to be done with diversity in STEM, which is why co-founders, Netta Jenkins and Jacinta Mathis have created an innovative social platform where POCs can learn and share their stories in a safe space.
Sarah Garcia gives us a glimpse into her journey from Marketing Intern to Director of Foundation and Community Initiatives and how she landed her dream job.
Jopwell community member, Wadnes Castelly, shares his testimonial on their experience working with Jopwell.
Today’s ambassador to meet is Angelica Vega, a Philosophy major at American University. Ahead, she talks about how her love for public libraries has led her to pursue the goal of running for public office.
Rogue Mero and Victoria Bermudez launched the first episode of their podcast, What’s A 9 To 5, to introduce a unique conversation catered to black and brown individuals.
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