The Importance of Social Capital for First-Gen Students’ Career Success

A burgeoning New York nonprofit has unveiled a freshly released report to solidify data regarding the premise that social capital — the connections one has — plays a pivotal role for first-generation college graduates in their quest for initial employment.

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