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FREE ARTICLES! Check out some of the empowerment articles that I’ve been featured in or contributed to. They will give you practical personal growth tips & strategies that you can immediately put into action.

The Eye of the Intern (Internships.com)

12 Secrets to Preparing Yourself for the Job Market After Graduation (most viewed)

For Best Results Customize Your Internship

Black Enterprise (BlackEnterprise.com)

Intern Like a CEO: 5 Tips for Maximizing Your Internship Experience (most viewed)

Valencia News

 Internships are Crucial to Getting Hired, Speaker Says

The Plain Dealer 

Creating distance between you and other candidates self-empowerment article

The Call & Post

Shaw Alumn Teaches the Art of Interning

The Cleveland Stater

 Positive Internship Experience for Students

EHow – Discover the Expert in You

The Personal Responsibility as an Internship Student

Learn to Intern CEO Style (Book Excerpt)

 Excerpt From Learn To Intern CEO Style

Resources Section….COMING SOON!

This section of my website will provide useful postings and content on student success, jobs, and career advancement.

Empowerment Blog

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Forbes – What Millennials and Their Leaders Must Know to Succeed
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Black Enterprise Magazine
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Inspiration: You have a dream too.

Recently I had the honor and privilege to serve as the keynote speaker for Northern Michigan University’s Dr. Martin Luther King annual program. When I was booked for this engagement by the college administrator I immediately became ecstatic. I was excited because this was going to be my opportunity to tell the audience all about

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3 Ways to Energize College Students for Career Planning & Job Search Success

January 9, 2013 After relaxing a lot and spending valuable time with family over the holidays, thousands of college students have just returned back to campus this week. While the refreshing break was needed, oftentimes it can be difficult for students to get back into the swing of things with their campus activities. As you

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