Posts in category "service"

Homeless Teens Find Hope in House of Primma Donnas

Homeless Teens Find Hope in House of Primma Donnas
By Jasmine Browley For much of her life, Deiondre Perry just existed. When the 20-year-old aged out of the Illinois foster care system a few years ago, she was forced to live with her reluctant aunt and uncle because she had no other place to call home. “Even though I know they care, I never... Read more »

Are You Memorable? Create Your Legacy Now

Are You Memorable? Create Your Legacy Now
By Shameeka Hunt Memorial Day is recognized as a Federal holiday that commemorates the men and women who died while serving in the military.  What an honor to be remembered for how you served your country and gave your life for others.  So what is your memory that will be celebrated every year?  Birthdays are... Read more »

Detroit Divas Join The Black Social Network College Tour

Detroit Divas Join The Black Social Network College Tour
The Black Social Network College Tour is a traveling stage play that uses theater to illustrate the importance of responsible social media branding. In The Black Social Network, Eva, an ambitious celebrity publicist, and Jasmine, a Facebook fabulist, unravel when an online rumor triggers offline consequences. Image is everything— until reality crashes the party. Detroit... Read more »
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Got a minute? Cure Your Fear of Networking

Got a minute? Cure Your Fear of Networking
Hard work means little if you’re not good at networking. Every day, the hardworking worker bee is left behind because she’s too shy to network, too afraid to ask for help, or too soft-spoken to attract a mentor. Video: Meet “Coco” Ke Zhang-Miske   “Coco” Ke Zhang-Miske by Zondra Hughes If you’re the shy worker... Read more »

5 Bad Bosses and How to Deal With Them

5 Bad Bosses and How to Deal With Them
By Zondra Hughes On an early Saturday morning, I wore a banker’s blue suit to launch the weekend on a professional note. I was meeting with other professional women who relayed stories of being on the receiving end of great advice, mentorship, and ‘women who HELP each other in the workplace,’ and I was just... Read more »

Addiction Recovery and the Power of Service

Addiction Recovery and the Power of Service
By Rachel Trimble One of the pillars of addiction recovery is service to others. Whether it is making coffee, greeting someone at the door with a smile, or setting up chairs, we are encouraged to get involved at the start of our gatherings; the exercise helps us to get out of our own way and... Read more »
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