Code Black

History in the Making

February 28, 2019

In the early 20th century, Black engineers helped impact the way we consume, live, and work today. Through the years, a new generation of innovators that is enhancing the future in technology. Helped paved the way for the advances in technology, the CodeWalker Institute honors Evelyn Boyd Granville, Roy L. Clay, Sr., Clarence “Skip” Ellis, … Read moreHistory in the Making

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT IS A CONSTANT PROCESS, NOT A ONE-TIME SWITCH

January 5, 2019

By Michael V. Stanton, Ph.D. & Paul J. Stanton, M. Ed.As a Millennial I grew up focusing on one career choice or two since high school. In college, that narrowed down to one field, Psychology – if I didn’t make it big in the music industry after being the lead singer of a college funk … Read moreCAREER DEVELOPMENT IS A CONSTANT PROCESS, NOT A ONE-TIME SWITCH

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We deserve to be here

January 5, 2019

    When I attended Brown University there were much more people of my skin color working as janitors and cafeteria staff than students. After moving to San Francisco it was even worse. Now the majority of black and brown people I saw were homeless. These situations forced me to ask myself the same question over … Read moreWe deserve to be here

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