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Civil Engineer Stereotypes Redefined

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Jami

Worcester, MA
United States
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When I was a teenager I attended a local festival with my bff. We found a wallet with more than $100 in it on a ride. We picked up the wallet and turned it in to the lost and found at the festival, with money, credit cards, etc. still in tact. It never dawned on my bff or me to take anything from the wallet. We opened it to check for ID and that was it. I hope the guy got his wallet back, but I know that we did everything we could given the situation.

Lisa

Saint Paul, MN
United States
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Twice a year for at least 10 years, I have organized a drive at my job to collect women's career clothes. Donations go to Martha's Closet in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where they are available for women needing appropriate clothes for job interviews and for starting out in their new jobs. I feel good about facilitating the re-use of lots of good clothes, and about helping women who might need a good break for once.
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It's empowering for me to think about and acknowledge publicly the absurdity of stereotyping and labeling others. We're all different in many ways, but we're all the same in many more.

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