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How to Succeed as a (Remote) Quip Intern: Advice from Mai Sha and Leslie Carr

When the pandemic began in spring and her friends (and fellow Carnegie Mellon master's students) started to find out that their offers for summer internships were canceled, Mai Sha held her breath.

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23 Ways Companies Are Supporting Working Parents

With "back to school" looking just a little different this year, we asked our partner companies what they're doing to make the transition as smooth as possible for parents.

Being a parent was hard already. Then came a pandemic that shuttered schools and childcare facilities and added "teacher" and "round-the-clock caretaker" to the list of things that American parents must be for their kids. And with many schools not planning to open for several more months (and many of the ones that have opened finding that they need to shut their doors again), it's looking like that will be the case for a while. Working parents will have to continue to juggle the wellbeing, education, and raising of their children while also doing their full-time jobs either remotely or in-person as essential workers.

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How a Knowledge-Driven Culture Can Bolster Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Guru's Brittany Bingham on Empowering All Employees With The Knowledge They Need to Succeed

When we look at ways that companies fail to make good on their stated missions to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), there are a few common culprits.

Intent is rarely one of them.

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From Aerospace to Computer Engineering: How DigitalOcean’s Carolyn Mason Changed Her Career to Work for Her

Advice on Shifting to Engineering & Remote Work

You know those people who go to college 100% sure of what they want to study, then graduate 100% sure of what they want to do for work? That was Carolyn Mason. Until it wasn't.

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