Author: Neela

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How to combat Imposter Syndrome as a Woman of Color

As referenced in my last article, around 75% of female executives across industries reported that they’d experienced imposter syndrome in their careers. This staggering number focuses our attention on the influence of imposter syndrome on women which begs the following questions: How are women of color significantly impacted? How have we come to this? How…
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What is Imposter Syndrome?

70% of people will have symptoms of imposter syndrome at least once in their lifetime. Additionally, around 75% of female executives across industries reported that they’ve experienced imposter syndrome in their careers. This number is startling, seeing as imposter syndrome is not officially recognized by the American Psychological Association. What is this puzzling syndrome, and…
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The Braathe Enterprises Virtual Internship: Building a better world one intern at a time

80 people: collectively working on Finance, HR, Marketing and Writing/Business Development projects, constantly communicating, dedicated to educating themselves. This might seem like a workplace utopia, but in reality, it describes how the Braathe Enterprises Virtual Internship (Be Your Start) functioned during the summer of 2021. Even amidst one of the worst pandemics in history, these…
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How to write a 5-7 page paper in under 90 minutes

Writing a successful paper on a time crunch is a skill that is helpful to all students, regardless of major or education level. Whether you procrastinate to the last moment, have a timed paper you need to do in class, or want to get an essay out of your way, writing a paper in under…
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Washington, D.C.: Bursting with Tech Talent

Along with the educational opportunities in the nation’s capital mentioned in the previous article, Washington D.C. also offers many job opportunities to residents and businesses, including an expansive tech playing field. It’s no wonder blog and social network Built In remarks, “It would be a mistake to overlook the meteoric rise of Washington’s tech and startup…
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Washington, D.C.: A Mélange of Educational Opportunities

Washington, D.C. is an exceptional city for education, from elementary school students to undergraduates looking for internships for the fall. Being surrounded by local prestigious colleges like American University and Howard University, plus the fact that D.C. “boasts one of the most educated populations in the country with nearly 50 percent of its residents obtaining…
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