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Our First Internship: Virtual Edition

Before the popularity of working online, interns have been stereotyped as coffee-bringers or supply stockers. Braathe Enterprises, with its completely virtual internship, has changed the game. Unsurprisingly, expectations going into an internship can be vastly different than the realities after completion of it. Today, two intern team leaders from B.E.’s Writing and Business Development Team…
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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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Waiting Your Turn – Positivity (Part 2)

A positive attitude is the key to keeping good relationships with those in the workplace. As I had learned in my previous blog post, optimism will pay off at the end of the day, even on the basketball court. By developing and maintaining good relationships through a positive attitude, you will make the workplace more…
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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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Tips for Succeeding in Life Everyone Should Know

I have a lot going on in my life. I’m planning my wedding, working retail part-time, finishing my bachelor’s degree, and doing freelance writing. As I’ve reflected on what’s brought me where I am today, I think I see a pattern of behavior I can share with others. Here are the tips I think everyone…
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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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Top Tips from BE’s Writing Team

Today, we’re excited to share a collaboration between four members of the Braathe Enterprises writing team: Alexis Carriere, Amber Nathan, Amy Guo, and Neela Gilbert. (For more information on each intern, check out our Instagram and Facebook at @CareerServiceStation)!  Each member has contributed two tips for better writing. Check them out below. Amber Nathan  I…
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How to Survive College

I recently graduated with my associate degree, and now I’m moving onto my bachelor’s. I’ve developed an effective way to keep on top of things after almost three years in school thus far, and I’d like to share it with you. Here are my top five survival tips for college students: Five Tips for Surviving…
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Why You Should Branch Out and Try New Things

Have you ever seen someone do something and thought, “I could never do that”? I think most everyone has. I know I’ve done it. I’ve told myself I could never do a lot of things, like succeed in a sales position, get better at math, or pursue a major that isn’t writing-centric. But as I…
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The Power of Social Media

Social media plays a big role in many lives today. It is how we can connect and rekindle relationships from our past and expand our social circles, being able to send pieces of our lives to those far away. But, it is often looked past upon how these tactics can play imperative roles in the…
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