Kelly Price navigates through life unapologetically herself. Following her graduation from the University of Oklahoma, she traveled the world from Cremona to Israel. Now that she is back in the states, Kelly not only works full-time as a Human Relations Specialist, but is also a professional blogger where she shares her love of traveling, photography, and cultural experiences. Since its creation in October 2016, “Unapologetically Kelly” has garnered a substantial following that appreciates her blog’s candid tone and, consequently, has formed brand partnerships with companies like JORD Watches, DermOrganic, and BootayBag.
During our chat with Kelly, we discussed everything from the logistics of running a successful blog to living authentically. Continue reading Blogging with Unapologetically Kelly
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Tajma Hall, former Miss Teen Illinois and current student at Columbia College in Chicago where she studies broadcast journalism. In addition to being a student, Tajma is currently an intern at NBC News for the Midwestern Bureau. Between her time at NBC and pageant history, Tajma had a lot to share about being confident in front of the camera and doing news the right way. Continue reading An Eye into Broadcast Journalism with Taj Hall
Searching for an internship can be a job in and of itself. In this day and age, successful applicants reach beyond their computer screens and make use of their professional networks to land the perfect position. However, many searches start on the web. Here we have compiled a list of a few accurate and easy-to-use websites to help you launch your job or internship search: Continue reading Sites to Kickstart Your Job or Internship Search
We all have passions, but more often than not, when you start off in your field of interest, your first job won’t be your dream job, and that’s okay. It’s not always about where you start, it’s about how far you get once you have your foot in the door. Continue reading Making the Most of Your Entry-Level Position
Elena Valentine, Co-Founder and CEO of Skill Scout, discusses the reality of entrepreneurship and founding her own company. Valentine founded the company with her friend and colleague, Abby Cheesman after recognizing deficiencies in the standard job recruitment process. Venturing out on their own, the two sought to match qualified applicants with promising opportunities by showcasing skills and expectations on a multimedia platform. Continue reading Elena Valentine, Co-Founder and CEO @ Skill Scout