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Most of us, especially teachers, often assume that when students from low-income communities go to school, study well, and graduate, they’re likely to be on the road to economic mobility. That’s not always true.
We don’t account for behind-the-scenes coaching and developme...
Building social capital is critical for college students, especially first-generation students from low-income families. To be fair, though, this is a hard one. A lot of these college students feel awkward and unsure about networking or reaching out to strangers.
It starts with their immediate, personal network. This could include their peers, friends, professors, alumni, or an employer (if they’re working part-time or doing an internship).
They should take a hard look at this network and see if someone they know can help them with what they ne...
A quality job is a job that puts a young professional entering the workforce on the path to economic mobility and helps them grow and advance in their career.
There are four dimensions to identifying a quality job.
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