Society projects an idea that once you go to college jobs come easy and that life itself is easy. College graduates seek jobs in their career field and find themselves at a dead end.
AAVE, formerly known as Black English Vernacular and Ebonics, is regarded as a language with distinct aspects of pronunciation and vocabulary amongst sociolinguists. Although this language is commonly heard among black communities, it is commonly used by companies and organizations online when they want to have a black voice.
Life after college has been a journey and one hell of a learning process. A very humbling one at that.
We only have one shot at life so why not make the most of it doing things that’ll make you light up inside?
May 13, 2017 could best be described as one of the most fulfilling days of my life. I, Danielle Brown, a 23-year-old from St. Louis who is the youngest of three graduated from college.
The time in between graduating college and landing a job, starting grad school, moving to a new city, or whatever your next move is can be a confusing, disheartening, and emotional roller coaster.