Trying to a find a job in this new economy is certainly a new learning experience. Not only do you have to write a spotless cover letter, a perfectly written resume, and hopefully ace a well executed interview, it still doesn’t guarantee the job you want to have. In my career (...)
For Millennials in the workplace – the 20-somethings – youth is all but a dirty word. I often hear people say “I try to look older” or “I’m not sure I’m qualified, maybe my boss should deliver that news” or, my favorite, “they don’t think I’m ready.”
Yeah, experience is (...)
What a wonderful weekend it’s been! Learning from the many movers and shakers in Detroit has been a rewarding and revilitalizing experience. Millennials as our generation has been named have come together for idea generations sessions, proposals for funding to build in Detroit, and a general good (...)
After a productive day of discussion and critical thought regarding the role of young leaders in Detroit’s revitalization, participants were treated to hearing from one of the city’s top Civic Leaders. Ben Falik is the Manager of Detroit Service Initiatives for Repair the World, the leading (...)
Good evening Mobilizers!
It’s been an AWESOME first day at #C2CP. From amazing panelists to an abundance of networking opportunities, Detroit Millennials have gotten their first taste of the valuable connections to be made at this weekends summit. And the action continued when we heard from (...)
We’re honored to be hosting so many incredible leaders at this weekend’s College to Career Pathways Summit. And today’s panel exemplified the amazing work Detroit’s leaders are doing to revitalize the city and make it a better place for Millennials to succeed as well as develop their own (...)
A message from Kari Saratovsky, Board Chair, Mobilize.org
Ten years ago, Mobilize.org put forth a bold idea: let Millennials create and implement solutions to the unique challenges facing their generation. Our hope was that doing so would lead to smarter more sustainable solutions and deeper (...)
To me, what most defines a generation are the ways in which they are different from their parents. In the case of the Millennial, I see this difference most present in the way that we approach careers.
That is not to say that I didn’t inherit a deeply Irish Catholic work ethic (this does not (...)