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Bridging the Gap: Higher Education in Underserved Communities

As we all know, access to higher education is crucial for personal and societal growth. That said, a glaring disparity persists between underserved communities and their more privileged counterparts. Recent studies have shed light on this issue, revealing that students from underserved populations are less inclined to pursue education beyond…...

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What Can Mentors Do to Influence Career Preparedness for Students?

In the hyper-competitive world we live in today, any help we can get along our life journey is valuable. Aside from our parents, family, friends, and colleagues, mentors are some of the most important people we can be lucky enough to have in our lives. Here’s a quick look at…...

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The Value of HBCU Mentorship Programs to Students of Color

HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) have long played a crucial role in ensuring students of color get the much-needed education and mentorship. The main goal of HCBU mentorship programs is to offer education and societal guidance to students of color who face serious racial segregation. That said, HBCU mentorship…...

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From Classroom to Boardroom: Strengthening Insurance Education and Career Opportunities for Students of Color

Increasing career opportunities for students of color should bring together policy makers, non-government organizations, educational institutions, and individuals if the goal is to create inclusive and equitable workplaces, educational landscapes, and communities in America. With equal access to quality education, students of color can secure a plethora of job opportunities.…...

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