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Design for America: Tackling the Unknown

Alex Sher  Comments (0)
Design for America is a national network of university students learning the human centered design process by tackling pressing, social, local issues. When you start a class project, the end goal is usually defined. You are told what your code should do, you know what kind of article you’re writing, or you have an idea...
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Design for America: Tackling the Unknown

Alex Sher  Comments (0)
Design for America is a national network of university students learning the human centered design process by tackling pressing, social, local issues. When you start a class project, the end goal is usually defined. You are told what your code should do, you know what kind of article you’re writing, or you have an idea...
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Networking that Works… For You!

Jasmine Teng  Comments (0)
Networking is generally considered a necessary evil. This rite of passage into the professional world can be scary, especially for college students. Erich Kurschat, the founder and CEO of Harmony Insights, led a workshop in The Garage on Thursday, Feb. 16, to teach students how to approach networking from a fresh perspective. Kurschat’s company, Harmony...
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The Institute for Student Business Education at Northwestern revolutionized my college experience. Not only was I able to maximize my business connections in a major urban center like Chicago, but I was also able to develop and utilize leadership skills including public speaking, event organization, and team building. During my time as president of ISBE, I learned how to help Northwestern students publicly present their strengths ensuring they start their business careers on the right foot post-graduation.
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