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Paving Career Paths for Teens: Mock Trial and Moot Court

by Sadye Arlin Vision Street Research is committed to supporting the workforce development. Through our internship program, trainings and collaborations we seek to expose young people, to various career paths as well as support their interests in areas they identify on their own or through school. We are excited to share a blog piece written …

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Black History Month, Black Family: What does Homeownership mean to you?

When I think about the 2021 Black History Month Theme of the Black Family, homeownership is something that comes to mind. Access to homeownership and the ability to build wealth hasn’t always been easy to attain for Black families or even Black people (and still isn’t unfortunately). In 1968, The Fair Housing Act was passed …

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Vision Street Research announces Willa Mae Micro Grant for Black Owned Businesses in Nassau County

Vision Street Research is starting off September responding to some of the feedback heard during their Economic Equity Black Business Survey. During June and July we conducted a business survey (online and by phone) and we spoke in person to Black business owners in Nassau and Suffolk County about the impact of the pandemic on their …

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Marketing Your Skills On Your Resume

If you missed part 1 of Workforce Development Webinar series, check it out here on the Vision Street Research YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/gCiS5qAr_N8Then grab yourself a spot for tomorrow’s session about articulating your personal brand on your resume, cover letter and LinkedIn. Registration link: bit.ly/3cu5GM5

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