Career Day: Deputy Sheriff

    Tell us a little about yourself and about your job. I am a deputy sheriff in Virginia. Before that I was a barista in a coffee shop and had a whole bunch of political internships while going to college in Philadelphia.  What does your job entail? My particular sheriff’s office serves four primary functions – […]

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    How My Younger Self Got Schooled

    by Naomi Watkins Last week, Michael Austin over at By Common Consent highlighted the dearth of full-time female faculty members at the BYUs (you can read additional follow-up posts here, here, and here.) The timing of this post was particularly interesting as I was to give a lecture two days later to 150+ female students […]

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    Easing the Transition from SAHM-Life to Working Mom Life

    by Brooke Nelson Edwards So you’ve been a stay-at-home mom and now you’re headed back (or maybe going for the first time) to a full-time job outside the home? First off, congratulations on your new job! With the interview and hiring process now behind you, the battle to on-ramping after kids is half won. Maybe […]

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    Career Day: Collegiate Coach

    Tell us a little about yourself and about your job? My name is Heather Olmstead and I am from Carpinteria, CA.  I live in Orem, Utah and am the Head Coach of the women’s volleyball team at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.  I played volleyball and graduated from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. […]

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    Mentoring Our Youth Through Personal Progress

    by Jennifer Dill Long Last year, when I was serving as the Relief Society secretary for my ward, we had a joint presidency meeting between Relief Society and Young Women. We discussed ideas for ways we could create stronger relationships between the adult sisters and the youth. One leader had the brilliant idea of using […]

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    “Financial hacks” that can really make a difference

    by Jonyce Bullock, CPA As I was recently wrapping up our AMW series on financial budgeting, I was reflecting on ways to make a difference in our budget.  There are always the big ones that seem far away and hard to reach, like gaining a new job skill or changing your employment, but what I […]

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