Mediterranean Reboot on www.Philo4Thought.org

Please excuse our appearance as we conduct a “hard reset” on our soft launch of the new page, www.Philo4Thought.org. After several years of hard work and community service we are pleased to finally be launching our new webpage, www.Philo4Thought.org, with more interactive, user-friendly features and accommodations for our wonderful readers and sponsors. The new page will also […]

2017HYP Job Board

Welcome to the 2017HYP Career Expo Job Board! Whether you’re planning to attend the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY for the Expo or to tune in from home, we’ve got job opportunities available for you through our network of recruiting agents and nonprofit organizations!  PROFESSIONAL INDUSTRIES (listed in alphabetical order by industry and company) NOTE: some links list MULTIPLE […]

Dress for the Life You Choose

It’s important to look your best to make a lasting and positive impression on others, but must we spend a fortune to do so? A few years ago I worked with a young professional who was about to graduate from a very prestigious MBA program. He had just gotten married to a very stylish young […]

Look Before You Leap: An HR Manager’s Take on Workplace Romance

Thinking about (or up to your eyebrows in) a workplace romance? As you know, we are always rooting for you, dear readers, and looking out for your best interest.  This month’s focus has been about maintaining healthy professional and personal lifestyles, which led to a conversation about workplace romances. With that in mind, here are a few basic […]

Snow Day Truths from HR Hiring Managers: Resume Red Flags

Happy Snow Day to all you job hunters out there!  While you’re trapped indoors, take a sec to think about revamping your professional profiles.  Several HR Managers shared 12 red flags they’ve seen on many millennial profiles, resumes and job applications: A resume looks trendy and “expressive” but is too cluttered and hard to read through: A resume should be easy to […]

Cultivating Roots: Graduate Thesis by Nikolaos Markakis

Philo4Thought is very honored to present this special summer feature article, the May 2016 Graduate Thesis of our remarkable Hellenic Young Professional, Nikolaos Markakis! Please click the link below to view the full article: Cultivating Roots: A Tensional-Hybrid Investigation of Embodied Resources through Traditional Cretan Folkloric & Contemporary Dance Practices About the author: click here.

Eyes on the Prize: The Sabermetrics of a Successful Startup

Many of us were struck with awe in 2001 as a seemingly rogue GM, Billy Beane, set the world of baseball on its ear by assessing talent through the use of an analytic lens now referred to as sabermetrics. Assessing the limited financial budget (approximately 1/3 of most teams at the time) and human resources […]

Transition & Identity

College students face many personal and professional challenges, and each one ushers in a new phase in the development of one’s personal, cultural and professional identity. Want to be a Fabulous Freshman? Clich the following link to read this month’s advisory article by our HYTeenBeat author Anthony Michaelides: Transition & Identity

On Burnout

This morning I recieved an unfortunate notice that a young person (19) collapsed suddenly of a stroke that was due strictly to stress-related issues at school/work/home. Shocking? Not really, considering what students and young professionals today are expected to do to be successful. I have to say that I greatly admire students today. There’s a […]

Success Under Pressure

Happy New Year Everyone! My mom always says “practice makes perfect” and that we have the power to make our dreams real. She’s always going on about being strong and confident. Don’t tell her I said so, but today I found out she was right while I was drawing for an evaluative high school audition. During the Fine Arts […]

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