What We Do
In a nutshell, we help you understand your roles and responsibilities as an intern, volunteer, or employee—and help you thrive in those positions. We have compiled all the resources you may need when entering the workforce as a self-advocating young adult into a one-stop-shop for ethical employment.
Having a problem with your employer? We've got resources you may need. Need help getting a job? We have tips on everything from resume and cover letter writing, to negotiating and quitting skills. Want to know you're not alone in this experience? We've also compiled employment stories from people who have been there before.
Who We Are
We're best friends and roommates, who also just happen own and operate this project together.
Co-Founder & Content Director
A senior at Emerson College, in a program she designed herself called Writing and Publishing on Inequality, Ava dove head first into the world of employment at age 15 after attending a series of job-skills conferences, intended to teach her how to get ahead. Now, Ava is passionate about working against the restrictive institutions society has deemed normal.
Co-Founder & Community Director
A senior at Emerson College studying Marketing Communications, Molly is a strong proponent of people doing exactly what feels right for them. She has worn many hats, from music management and PR to food service and bartending, but isn't done exploring. She never wants anyone to feel restricted by what's expected of them.
This is your one-stop-shop for ethical employment. But we need your support to continue our work — contact us to learn how you can volunteer or donate.