In the News Archives - Be the Change Careers
January 19, 2021

Don’t let bad grades hold you back from a good job

You might not be a star at physics, geometry, or history but the good news is you can find a job where you never have to use those subjects again. Instead of being hyper-focused on your weaknesses, hone in on the things that are brag-worthy.
September 9, 2020

The Most Important Career Conversation You Don’t Want to Have!

Whether you are working in anti-poverty programs, environmental justice, or social policies, the work can be grueling and can lead to burnout. You need to make sure that financial concerns don’t create an obstacle to making a difference through your career. Salary negotiation preparation is an important yet often-neglected part of the job search strategy.
September 9, 2020

The Power of Silence

Learn about the power of silence and how to achieve, even if it's only for a moment or two.
September 9, 2020

Why quitting your job without a backup plan can help your career

Quitting your job is always a scary thing. But it can be downright terrifying when you don't have another one lined up. The nerves build up to the surface from the moment you hand in your resignation notice. "Where are you going?" is typically the first question your boss and coworkers will ask.
September 9, 2020

Thinking of leaving the country? It could be a good career move.

Aniya Dunkley had just started working as a lawyer at a D.C. firm when an associate slipped into her office, closed the door and started to sob. Her advice for the upset co-worker? "You have to make a change." Two and a half years later, Dunkley found herself shutting the same office door so she could cry.
September 9, 2020

Design your career like an architect designs blueprints

Global development is a competitive field to get into and challenging to work in. Burnout and turnover are common, and it's my goal to help people avoid the many pitfalls they can walk into when first entering the field. Before you jump into a global development career, follow these four steps.