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Los Angeles Summit: How Millennials are Making Diversity Stronger!

The National Millennial Community took to Los Angeles, California to visit CBS, Warner Bros., Disney/ABC Television Group, Nestlé USA, Rogers & Cowan, and Walt Disney Imagineering to prove that it takes nothing more than respect and a conservation to bring a community back together. Don’t be fooled, these two thoughts can be difficult to conjoin, but the beauty derived from our success has been nothing but remarkable. The team of 30 members started on Wednesday (1/25) in our first meeting with CBS. We jumped right into our main topic: diversity and inclusion. Although we all come from different backgrounds and parts of the country, it was mutually agreed upon that diversity is key to success

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Lamora Llorens is a senior at Tennessee Technological University where she is double majoring in Business Management and Marketing. Lamora is a member of a number of professional student organizations including Alpha Kappa Psi Co-ed Professional Business Fraternity, where she holds the position as President, Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, and Merchandising Association. During the past four summers, Lamora interned with Vector Marketing, a nationally recognized firm for creating a unique and rewarding work opportunity for students and helping build a resume that can take them anywhere. Their program provided her with valuable experience and insight into sales, management and becoming a bu

An Internet of Opportunities

Taking The First Step They say that the first (and most important) step in the 12-step program is admitting that you have a problem. So I’m going to take the first step and say this, “I am addicted to the Internet.” I believe that I have used the Internet in some capacity at least a hundred times today – and it’s only noon. How bad is my habit? Let’s see here… I started off my day by rolling around my bed browsing Facebook for at least thirty minutes before going to the bathroom and spending more time checking news updates on Twitter. I remember taking a snap of my dog doing something extremely normal before getting into my car and streaming Apple Music all of the way to my job where I use t