Extrospection is the examination or observation of what is outside oneself.
We believe in the expansion of one's mindset and skill set through travel--exposure to different people, cultures, and environments. Helping create an effective awareness of one's external environment to make better informed decisions, encourage continuous improvement, and strengthen career resilience.
Often the items you need the most are the ones you don’t think about until the end of your trip. No matter how many blogs, YouTube videos, and travel books you read, there’s always something you still wish you had thought of before you left. Pack these 7 travel essentials to help prevent that sense of regret. No matter how trivial these items may seem at the moment, they are all an important aspect of safe, clean, and stress-free travel. Well worth the extra room in your suitcase or backpack!
Interview nerves - it’s something that we’ve all experienced. Maybe yours was expressed with sweaty palms, an increased heart rate, or the reemergence of every nervous habit you have ever exhibited. Although interview nerves are natural and can even be useful sometimes, most of the time they are a massive pain to deal with, and can even leave a negative impression on the interviewer. To ease your anxiety surrounding your next potential interview, I will outline various steps that will help you manage your anxiety, and channel it towards making a great first impression on your potential employer.
Most charities or organizations try to help those who are in need no many, however, are able to say they both help and educate others in a way that really does make an impact in the lives of those in need. Alameda Point Collaborative is one of the few that is able to do both.