It is early Fall. That means for members of the Class of 2014, new horizons await beyond the manicured lawns and iron-wrought gates.
For many of us Millennials, the path has always been set clear, predictable. The road to success was defined as:
(a) perfect grades
(b) high SAT scores
(d) a deep concern for diversity
(e) a myriad of cool and unique hobbies (one or two of which you must be good at—like, really damn good—because just “passionate” is overrated).
Then we get into a good college, study hard, pick up a few internships, maybe travel a bit.
But now…. What now?
As the tents are being pitched and free mints are getting arranged on plastic tables, you are making last-minute tweaks to your resume. Company and non-profit recruiters are rehearsing the pitches, the ones they will eloquently present to a group of young hopefuls who are…
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