Grads Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Grads Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Grads Sayings By Christine Jennings: There are Harvard grads, free thinkers, feminists, abolitionists, well-to-do people who want to go write There are Harvard grads, free thinkers, feminists, abolitionists, well-to-do people who want to go write poetry and live on a farm and cook and laugh and have a good time. As they themselves described it, it was an "inward facing" community. They were focusing on making a better existence for themselves, which I think is also the driving force of 20th century communalism in the US, the thought being that the world is corrupt, and we're going to build this little garden of innocence. — Christine Jennings
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Grads Sayings By Rachel Hoffman: Grads need to remember that it's [showcases] just a jumping off point for their career, Grads need to remember that it's [showcases] just a jumping off point for their career, not the defining moment. — Rachel Hoffman
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Grads Sayings By Wendy Kopp: Teach for America recruits top recent college grads, young professionals, people we believe are the Teach for America recruits top recent college grads, young professionals, people we believe are the U.S.'s most promising future leaders, and asks them to commit two years to teach in high-need urban and rural communities. — Wendy Kopp
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Grads Sayings By Wendy Kopp: We're trying to be the top employer of recent grads in the country. Size gives We're trying to be the top employer of recent grads in the country. Size gives us leverage to have a tangible impact on school systems. — Wendy Kopp
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Grads Sayings By Mike Teti: Competition in rowing doesn't just come from other countries. It comes from Wall Street, med Competition in rowing doesn't just come from other countries. It comes from Wall Street, med school, law school. You think Harvard and Princeton grads want to live in Chula Vista? — Mike Teti
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Grads Sayings By Warren Farrell: Perhaps the best reason to consider the hard sciences is that, well, one study suggests Perhaps the best reason to consider the hard sciences is that, well, one study suggests science, engineering, medicine, and dentistry graduates live longer than arts graduates (or law grads). So whatever money you make you can keep a bit longer. — Warren Farrell
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Grads Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: What makes America unique is not that it built MIT, or that its grads are What makes America unique is not that it built MIT, or that its grads are generating economic growth and innovation, but that every state in the country has universities trying to do the same. "America has 4,000 colleges and universities," said Allan E. Goodman, president of the Institute of International Education. "The rest of the world combined has 7,768 institutions of higher education. — Thomas L. Friedman
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Grads Sayings By Dennis Miller: CVS is an extreme case among retailers. Its new hires are almost always either recent CVS is an extreme case among retailers. Its new hires are almost always either recent grads or people who have bounced around the pharmacy world so often that they have nowhere left to go. — Dennis Miller
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Grads Sayings By James Dyson: Hire inexperience. This year we plan to hire 200 engineers - half of whom are Hire inexperience. This year we plan to hire 200 engineers - half of whom are recent grads. Young people are not burdened by years of experience. They haven't learned - or been told - what is right or wrong. With engineering, there is no tried and tested path. You try, and fail, and fix, and fail again. — James Dyson
Grads Sayings By Ken Ilgunas: Like us, many students had spent their years in college thinking they'd get that well-paying, Like us, many students had spent their years in college thinking they'd get that well-paying, planet-saving job, even if they'd heard horror stories from recent underemployed grads. Those jobs, of course, no longer exist (if they ever did). By 2009, 17.4 million college graduates had jobs that didn't even require a degree. There are 365,000 cashiers and 318,000 waiters and waitresses in America who have bachelor's degrees, as do one-fifth of those working in the retail industry. More than 100,000 college graduates are janitors and 18,000 push carts. (There are 5,057 janitors in the United States who have doctorates and professional degrees!) — Ken Ilgunas
Grads Sayings By Terry Zwigoff: The main trouble with Hollywood is that the guys you have to pitch to, the The main trouble with Hollywood is that the guys you have to pitch to, the guys who run the studios, are all business school grads. — Terry Zwigoff
Grads Sayings By Orson Scott Card: What about this? A colony of nothing but Battle School grads. If they bred true, What about this? A colony of nothing but Battle School grads. If they bred true, they'd be the smartest military minds in the galaxy.
Then they'd come home and take over Earth.
OK, not that. — Orson Scott Card
Grads Sayings By Barack Obama: Let's face it, I like Stanford grads. I'd always hear about this campus, and everybody Let's face it, I like Stanford grads. I'd always hear about this campus, and everybody is riding bikes, and people hopping into fountains. — Barack Obama
Grads Sayings By Christine Quinn: I've already begun to put pilot programs in place that give CUNY grads opportunities to I've already begun to put pilot programs in place that give CUNY grads opportunities to get good tech jobs. We should expand on that so that New Yorkers are getting those jobs, because those jobs are probably one of the biggest 21st Century pathways into the middle class. — Christine Quinn
Grads Sayings By Chip Conley: Daniel Goleman has proven that two-thirds of the success in business is based upon our Daniel Goleman has proven that two-thirds of the success in business is based upon our Emotional Intelligence as opposed to our IQ or our level of experience. As we look for the next crop of future CEOs, maybe it's time for America's corporations to start interviewing grads from the psychology master's programs rather than the M.B.A. programs. — Chip Conley
Grads Sayings By Dale Archer: Upper education used to open doors. Not so true anymore. The degree used to be Upper education used to open doors. Not so true anymore. The degree used to be a screening tool, but that is falling by the wayside as there are a glut of college grads on the market. — Dale Archer
Grads Sayings By Karina Halle: I'm out there competing with a million other hungry grads. You know they should have I'm out there competing with a million other hungry grads. You know they should have warned us in high school. Instead they told us we were all fucking special snowflakes and the world was at out feet. Such bullshit. — Karina Halle