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Finding My Way: How 3 T. Rowe Price Employees Define Success

Robert Frost penned a famous poem entitled “The Road Not Taken.” In its opening lines, he wrote, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, / And sorry I could not travel both.” This sentiment describes the complexity of determining what one would consider the best and correct path for their future. Is it the more popular route marked by traditional pathways and methods for navigating? Or is it the less-common experience that requires more intuition and patience? Previously, the definition of success was based on certain outcomes — particularly in how people navigate their career journey. Today, definitions are more nuanced based on experience and expectations. T. Rowe Price, a global investment firm, understands that creating spaces for continued development and career success is not an act of fate. It takes introspection, dedicated resources and programming to ensure team members feel equipped to tackle their goals. AfroTech had the chance to learn the value of success from three T....

Josh Rodgers

Jul 6, 2022

Tiffany Haddish Launches She Ready Internship Program For Foster Youth

Tiffany Haddish’s “She Ready” slogan takes on a new meaning for her latest venture. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actress and comedian has announced that she’s partnered with career accelerator Ready to Succeed to launch an internship program for foster youth in the new year. The goal for the program is to place these foster youth in positions at Haddish’s production company, She Ready Prods, and offer tangible job opportunities in media, arts, and entertainment. Haddish has previously been vocal about her upbringing growing up in the foster care system. Now she wants to be a vessel for other less fortunate children to give them opportunities she would’ve hoped to have at their age. “I believe that children that come from different cultures deserve a chance to work in the industry,” she told THR. “and I would like people that look like me to be able to represent me too in the industry.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by She Ready Foundation...

Njera Perkins

Dec 22, 2020