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Welcome Our New Executive Director, Julie Allison

Welcome Our New Executive Director, Julie Allison

We are pleased to announce Julie Allison as the next executive director of the Arkansas Fellowship.  Julie brings 20 years of experience working as a leade...

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TEDx Fayetteville Invites Intentionality

TEDx Fayetteville Invites Intentionality

By: Jackson Fitzgibbon

I have wanted to see a TEDx event live since watching my first TED video in middle school. I never imagined then that I would attend an event, let alo...

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Made by Few Ignited My Creativity

Made by Few Ignited My Creativity

By: Jenna Schmidt

When I signed up for the Made by Few conference, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect.We bought our tickets before I started my job, so I wasn’t sure what my ro...

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Job Interview Tips from a Recent Grad

Job Interview Tips from a Recent Grad

By: Joy Spence

A week before my interview with the Fellowship, I was still on a frantic search for professional clothes. My friend’s older sister had lent me an itchy pantsuit...

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Mom, I Have a Job

Mom, I Have a Job

By: Jackson Fitzgibbon

At the start of my senior year in college, I started really worrying about finding a job after graduation. I was a humanities major; people thought I might be a...

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Three Things That Potpourri Taught Me

Three Things That Potpourri Taught Me

By: Kelsi Stimack

During August I got to accompany some of my fellow Arkansas Fellows on a trip to Aromatique’s headquarters and factory in Heber Springs, AR. We got the chance t...

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The Senior Year Job Hunt

The Senior Year Job Hunt

By: Jackson Fitzgibbon

You are sitting on your friend’s couch doing something between homework and nothing. You have a paper due in two days you have yet to write. Still, you’re prett...

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Arkansas Fellows Choose Their Own Adventure

Arkansas Fellows Choose Their Own Adventure

Last month, Arkansas Fellows from across the state spent the weekend in Heber Springs. When most Arkansans think of the lake town, they think of afternoons on t...

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The “in Process-ness” Cocoon of Post-Graduation

The “in Process-ness” Cocoon of Post-Graduation

By: Kelsi Stimack

I have learned a lot transitioning into the adventure our generation has dubbed “adulting.” The key for me though, has been the gradual and still extremely nece...

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