• Oct 23, 2018 3:00 pm
  • 18:33 mins

According to a recent poll, almost half of all millennials now have tattoos. This body-art has long been associated with self-expression and independence, yet it also has connections with gang activity and crime. Kristin Broussard, from St. Louis University, conducted a study attempting to identify exactly what the stigmas are for people with tattoos, and how true those stereotypes actually are. Kristin Broussard is a graduate assistant at the Reinart Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, and has researched stigma surrounding tattooed individuals.

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Helping Kids Prepare for their Future Careers

34 MINS

A lot of college students and teenagers have a vague idea of what they want to do in life, but they’re still not really sure about the specifics of it all. Well-meaning family and friends will often ask “What are you studying?” which is pretty much a kinder way of saying What do you want to be when you grow up.” As parents, we need to be okay with some question marks in our children’s lives, but we also want them to feel confident about moving forward. Is there a right way to prepare our kids for their future careers? Here to discuss the research on this topic, is Jeanette Bennett. Jeanette is the founder and editor of Utah Valley Magazine, BusinessQ, Posper Magazine, and others, and is a regular presenter at The Lisa Valentine Clark show.

A lot of college students and teenagers have a vague idea of what they want to do in life, but they’re still not really sure about the specifics of it all. Well-meaning family and friends will often ask “What are you studying?” which is pretty much a kinder way of saying What do you want to be when you grow up.” As parents, we need to be okay with some question marks in our children’s lives, but we also want them to feel confident about moving forward. Is there a right way to prepare our kids for their future careers? Here to discuss the research on this topic, is Jeanette Bennett. Jeanette is the founder and editor of Utah Valley Magazine, BusinessQ, Posper Magazine, and others, and is a regular presenter at The Lisa Valentine Clark show.