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Tips and tricks how to be engaged, volunteering, internship, career, featuring orgs from UG

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Pamela Positive:  Fishing Is Not About the Fish – It’s About You

“Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish that they are after”           ― Henry David Thoreau American Naturalist, Essayist, Poet, and Philosopher. Peace.  Calm.  Connecting with nature.  These are all reasons to be fishing and out on the river or lake. It’s not just about hooking a fish… […]

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\”Your daily life is your temple and your religion. When you enter into it take with you your all.\” -Khalil Gibran-

Everyday we have a chance to give our all.  It\’s not always the big presentation or the graduation day, however.  It\’s not always the first day on the job, the day we get married, have a promotion or have a child!

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The Importance of Relationships

The Power of a Relationship.  Today, I’d like to talk about the importance of a full relationship. Often, we think about someone being in our life for one, single reason.  But that’s not actually true. In fact, every conversation, every relationship affects dozens, even thousands, of other people.  That’s right, thousands.   When we talk to someone, we affect them. We […]

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“You have to get people talking the same language before you get them around the table” – Pakzan Dastoor

“You have to get people talking the same language before you get them around the table” – Pakzan Dastoor What a wonderful insight from the Dasra Foundation! Dasra is an innovative foundation working on extreme social change in India.  I just heard them speak at an amazing conference at Stanford focusing on Indian philanthropy. Local Indians and Silicon […]

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