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Striving to become an effective educator and leader by cultivating passion and knowledge

At a young age, I struggled to understand the importance of school and education, as my reality comprised poverty and shelters. This new change, a combination of moving from shelter to shelter, dealing with...

Wants to be a mentor for others after understanding what it is like to struggle without one

At age nine, everything was perfect. I could wake up from a dream about how I was Batman’s sidekick and run around the house jumping from wall to wall. In each room I ran to, I could see my happy family going...

Disabled journalist overcomes discrimination, finds happiness

This freelance writer of 13 years shares how she has overcome physical disabilities and discouragement from others in order to pursue her dreams as a journalist. In her own words: In the eyes of many, I am not...

Studying Business Administration to achieve the dreams of serving her people across the Navajo Nation

My name is Jamy Malone and I am of the Deer Water clan. My maternal grandfather is of the Sleepy Rock clan and my paternal grandfather is of the Red Beard clan. I am a proud member of the Diné (Navajo) tribe...

Passionate high school English and History teacher inspires young minds

This high school teacher with eight years of teaching experience explains the temptation to quit her difficult job dealing with teenagers, and what keeps her from pulling the plug on this challenging but...

Find the right career, feed your soul... If you're looking for a job that's in alignment with who you are, that has personal significance and moves your heart, you're on the right track! This is what makes a life work. Nothing else will make as bearable the crap storms you'll encounter in any job. But most importantly, when you find the right career for you, your job will energize you and you'll do your job with passion. If you are searching, our Diversity career interviews may shed some light on your path. These true career stories will help you see under the covers of many professions, so put yourself in someone else's shoes and see how it feels to you:

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