How This College Student Built And Funded A Revolutionary App For The Autistic And Disabled Community

View this article that Forbes published about Sacred Heart alum, Juliana Fetherman (’18), Founder & CEO of Making Authentic Friendships (MAF), an interactive web-based application that enables individuals with special needs to make friends based on age, diagnosis, common interests …

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Sacred Heart MBA Program Prepares Former Student-Athlete For Marketing Role

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How to Request a Workplace Accommodation for Your Disability

If you have a disability, you may know that you have the right to reasonable accommodation in the workplace—and that Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) backs you up. But it can be intimidating to ask for …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
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Q&A With An Under Armour Footwear Designer (Who Started As An Intern)

David Chung has one of the coolest jobs you can think of: He designs basketball shoes at one of the world’s leading athletic apparel and performance footwear brands, Under Armour.

We sat down with David to find out what it’s …

By Liam Berry - WayUp
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Building the Rural Physician Workforce: The International Medical Graduate (IMG) on a J-1 Visa

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Those in the primary care sphere predict physician shortages could reach north of 50,000 physicians by 2032. With just 9% of physicians practicing in rural communities where 25% make up the US population, rural recruiters must consider additional solutions …

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5 Steps to Disclosing an Invisible Disability at Work

Once upon a time, I had a high-level job at a national magazine. I was up for a promotion to editor-in-chief and was invited to lunch with the company’s VP. He was a tall guy with legs as long as …

By Dibs Baer - The Muse
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What I’ve Learned First-Hand About Getting Ahead at Work With a Speech Impediment

“Did you forget your name?” someone asked me at a networking event for marketing professionals a few years ago after it took me almost a minute to say it.

“No, I stutter,” I politely replied.

“Oh my gosh. I’m so …

By Samuel Dunsiger - The Muse
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Springboard and Affirm Partner to Make Education More Accessible

Springboard is on a mission to change lives by helping people find fulfilling, high-paying jobs. Many of our more than 7,000 graduates have broken out of their socioeconomic class, defying the odds to succeed in the technology sector.

We know …

By T.J. DeGroat - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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5 Things Every Veteran Should Do Before Leaving the Military

Despite the military’s best efforts, when it comes to transitioning out, the experience is usually rushed and chaotic. Here are a few things that you can do before you get out to help make the process a little smoother and …

By Courtney Wilson - Springboard
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