#6: Mind Mapping The Wage Gape

#6: Mind Mapping The Wage Gape

#4: Let’s Start From The Bottom Up

This is the fourth blog post towards the eventual conclusion that I feel like no matter how many times I...

#5- Tension

Over the last few days, i’ve been feeling incredibly stuck. I’m having trouble writing these posts because my topic is...

#3: Interviews and The Next Step: Invasive Species in Vermont

The social issue I’ve decided to address going forward is the current issue of invasive plant species taking over the...

#5: Educational Philosophy- Is there a perfect system?

For my fifth blog post (sorry about the tardiness), I targeted three main ideas within my new topic (see title)....

#5: If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit– Go Barefoot: The Consequences of Living with no Support System

Every year, the Vermont Department of Mental Health has a conference that is open to the public. This conference is...

#5: “Then why are you looking here?”

First, a story: Late one night, a man searches for something in a parking lot. On his hands and knees,...

Directions – Blog Post #4: Mind-Mapping

Welcome to Blog Post #4. This is unconventional in some ways. We are asking you to create a Mind Map...

#4.5 New Connections

So, i’ve been juggling around some new topics over the last couple of days, and I realized that drug addiction...

#5 The State of Affairs in This State

In reading more closely into this issue as it pertains to Vermont, I was struck both by the instances of...

#5 An Alternative Way

Quite often, the go-to mental healthcare treatment is hospitalization/medication. This form of treatment may be the norm, but this doesn’t...

#5: “Knowledge Is the Key to Success” – Identifying & Digging Into My Issue/Story

Knowledge is power; knowledge is the key to success. Now I’m not saying that if you’re “smart” you are going...

#5 A New Topic

As I am still seeking a more viable topic I decided to read as many of the past weeks blogs...

#5 Vermont’s Invisible Workforce

One of Vermont’s largest issues is its declining population. Last year while I was in Mexico I collaborated with a...

#5 Creating Change in the Face of Denial

As many leaders around the world recognize, the key to successfully pressuring a community for a change in the government...

#5: Both Sides of the Pipeline

After much thought over the past week and especially on our hike yesterday, I decided that this week I want...

#5: Understanding Migrant Workers’ Situation

This week, I researched migrant workers. The issue of migrant labor is extremely important to Vermont, since dairy is 70%...

#5: Gender and Transgender Inequality. Otherwise known as “the Straight Pride Effect”

#5 Gender and Transgender Inequality. Otherwise known as “the Straight Pride Effect”   I have decided to shift my topic...

#5: “Intracultural, Intercultural, Cross-Cultural, and International Communication: What’s the Difference?”

I guess I could use a little help here… I’m not sure if the sources that I used for today’s...

#5: “What’s Happening in Vermont is a very important and noteworthy”-Rick Rawson

What unites us?  Well, we all want to improve the Opiate epidemic problem in Vermont.  The only thing that divides us...

#5: What’s next?

I have been struggling with this week’s blog post because I feel like I know enough about the topic so...

#5: Refugee conflict in Rutland

What is the conflict? The refugee conflict is not only happening in Vermont, but all over the United States, and...

#5: Researching the Beecline

What is the conflict? I think that the conflict of these three articles is the decline of bees in Vermont....

#5: “Women are being pulled out of the work force because child care is too expensive”

When I started researching for this post, I wasn’t sure what to do for women’s rights. I knew that I was...

#5 Thinking

Although I still have not found a topic that I am concrete on, I am getting closer.  I have looked...

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