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Is your favorite TV show the clue to your career? [Infographic]
By     |    Dec 2, 2013
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Is your favorite TV show the clue to your career? [Infographic]

I know one thing to be true: Which is why I was beyond geeked to help put together an infographic on behalf of Semester Online titled “Is Your Favorite TV Show the Clue to Your Career?” In it, current college students can check out a list of today’s top TV shows — think: The Walking Dead House of Cards Scandal The Big Bang Theory Breaking Bad Mad Men Game of [...]

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Celebrating milestones with Warby Parker
By     |    May 27, 2013
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Celebrating milestones with Warby Parker

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve been asked that, I’d have at least… $10. But it’s true. My enthusiasm for Warby Parker, an eyeglasses retailer that donates a pair for every pair sold, has been somewhat contagious in my circle of family and friends. At last count, about 15 people could trace their decision to purchase back to me and my fanaticism for a brand that — [...]

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The Liebster Award and the best blog you’re probably not reading
By     |    Dec 3, 2012
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The Liebster Award and the best blog you’re probably not reading

It’s not every day you get nominated for an award. So when I found out that one of my favorite bloggers, co-workers and good friends, Mitchell, nominated me for one of the Liebster variety, I was pumped. But what in the world is a Liebster Award? According to The Google, Liebster is a German word for “dearest” or “beloved,” and this badge of honor is designed to shine a spotlight [...]

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National Coming Out Day and the issue of LGBT homelessness
By     |    Oct 11, 2012
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National Coming Out Day and the issue of LGBT homelessness

“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.” — Harvey Fierstein Today is National Coming Out Day, an internationally observed civil rights day celebrating those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Founded by Rob Eichberg, it aims to promote a safe world for LGBT individuals to live truthfully and openly. My friend Mitchell articulated [...]

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Guest post: What is your prep genre?
By     |    Aug 8, 2012
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Guest post: What is your prep genre?

This guest post was written by my colleague Sarah Fudin, who at the time of writing worked in community relations for the University of Southern California’s Masters of Education and Masters of Social Work programs delivered online. Currently Sarah is pursuing her Masters in Branding to discover: what is branding? Outside of work, Sarah enjoys running, reading and all genres of preppy. Follow her on Twitter @sarahfudin. I was inspired to write this post after Erica (J. Moss) and [...]

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10 questions with Jenn Pedde, community strategist at 2U and co-founder of #cmgrchat
By     |    Jun 25, 2012
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10 questions with Jenn Pedde, community strategist at 2U and co-founder of #cmgrchat

This Q&A is the 15th in a series of profiles on my blog. What’s the criteria, you ask? I think you’re cool and want to ask you questions. Jenn’s tweet about a job opening at her company led me to my job at 2tor, so now she gets the pleasure of working with me 40-plus hours a week. I affectionately call her my favorite crazy person because there are few [...]

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Why I’ve got mad love for Warby Parker
By     |    May 3, 2012
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Why I’ve got mad love for Warby Parker

I’m not the type of person who likes things a little bit. If you know me, you’re already aware that I segment things in my life into two categories: life-changing and everything else. Warby Parker is life-changing. I think they first jumped out at me after Julia Roy bought a pair and tweeted about it. I started doing research on the company, and the very first thing I noticed was [...]

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A new chapter: Introducing ericajmoss.com
By     |    Mar 1, 2012
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A new chapter: Introducing ericajmoss.com

I write. A lot. I have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in English, and have been published in regional publications such as the Kalamazoo Gazette and blogs with national reach like Brazen Careerist. Up until this point, I’ve always produced content for others, never writing prose for my very own site. I’ve used the Notes feature on Facebook, dabbled in Tumblr, and let’s not even talk about [...]

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