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Think about your life goals

Think about your life goals

There’s never a good time to sit down and think about what you want to accomplish in life. We have busy lives, and even when we’re not busy, we might just feel more like vegging in front of the TV or checking our feeds than thinking about the rest of our lives. Do it today, […]

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Howard Student Wins 2017 NextGen Scholarship

Howard Student Wins 2017 NextGen Scholarship

BELTSVILLE, MD –August 3, 2017 – Beltsville-based advisory firm, P.E.R.K. Consulting, is proud to announce Courtni Foster as the recipient of the 2017 NextGen Scholarship. The NextGen Scholarship fund is awarded annually to a deserving international or non-citizen student striving to obtain higher education. Courtni Foster, a transfer student at Howard University, is the third recipient […]

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Run Toward The Impossible

Run Toward The Impossible

I am not here to tell you how incredibly successful I have been since I made the decision to become a founder of a non-profit organization, because as most people in this sector will tell you, to make any sort of positive impact you need to give everything you have to make your vision a […]

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Shift Your Focus: Marketing Is a Must

Shift Your Focus: Marketing Is a Must

I was 23 when I started my first online business. It was an online retail store dedicated those who have a love for fashion and the latest trends in fashion. At that time, I was so eager to begin this new adventure that I dove into everything that had to do with fashion to ensure […]

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Your Job Interview: 5 Things you should NOT do!

Your Job Interview: 5 Things you should NOT do!

What does your online life say about your character? That’s what Hiring Managers (HMs) want to know. Through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tinder, tumblr, blogs, Youtube and other social media, even emails and credit reporting agencies, employers are snooping into your online activities and getting to know you without your knowledge; blurring the public/privacy line.

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