The Benefits of Neurodiversity in the Workplace

By The Mentra Publication

“Neurodiversity may be every bit as crucial for the human race as biodiversity is for life in general. Who can say what form of wiring will prove best at any given moment?”

– Harvey Blume

Oftentimes, …

By Nora Diaz-Vasquez
Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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Luster National, Inc. and Fresno State Internship Program

Luster National, Inc: Luster National, Inc. is a minority-owned, small business with a successful 34-year history spanning a broad spectrum of professional services. Our services include strategic planning, program, project, and construction management, stakeholder alignment, public outreach, workforce development, and …

By RBA
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How to Create a Successful Internship Program

Each year, Vault surveys thousands of current and former interns at more than 100 internship programs to create our annual Internship Rankings. Last year, we asked 12,000 interns to rate their programs in a variety of areas, including quality of …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Ten Diversity in the Workplace Facts Leaders Should Know

Diversity and inclusion are top of mind for many managers and C-suite executives in the workplace. But it’s no secret that these workplaces still have much work to do to make employees feel represented, heard, and supported.

In fact, according …

By Ivy Exec
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signs executive order for a master plan for career education

Published on August 31, 2023
By: Emma Gallegos

In recent years, the state has poured billions of dollars into a dizzying array of programs under the banner of career education. The only problem, said Gov. Gavin Newsom, is that there …

By Nora Diaz-Vasquez
Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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Strategies for Executive Self-Care: Separating Yourself from Workplace Stress

Patrick Bardsley, CEO and co-founder of Spectrum Designs uses meditation apps, healthy eating, and regular exercise as his self-care.

If he doesn’t keep up with these habits, he finds that he cannot focus and channel his energy. 

This attitude is …

By Ivy Exec
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What Women Want from the Workplace

By Matt Gonzales, June 12, 2023

Women left the workforce in droves during the COVID-19 pandemic. While federal data shows that employment and labor force participation among women have returned to pre-pandemic levels, women have continued to quit their jobs …

By Nora Diaz-Vasquez
Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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Creating an Engaged and Resilient Workforce

Chapter 2 of the 2023 Workplace Learning Report, LinkedIn Learning

So many obstacles can impede large-scale initiatives. But individual people can make enormous strides. Empowering employees with career development tools and internal mobility options engages learners and expands workforce skills. …

By Nora Diaz-Vasquez
Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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How to Beat Job Search Depression [+ Job Search Checklist for College Students]

Looking for a job can be stressful. Students, people who want to change careers, or those who are looking for better job prospects often stress out or even get depressed while searching for a job.

A study by Gallup-Healthways Well-Being …

By Damian Lay
Damian Lay Employer Connection Specialist
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How to Keep Younger Workers from Quitting

Many younger workers recognized their dissatisfaction with their jobs during the Great Resignation.

Some found that their work didn’t match their values, while others realized how their jobs weren’t giving them adequate work/life balance. 

Now that many pandemic restrictions have …

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