Yes, we’ve been through it. But one of the best things about a new year, is the opportunity it brings to reflect. As we settle into 2020, pull up a chair and enjoy these stories that had CAPITOL STANDARD readers clicking early and often. Happy New Year!
Here are the stories you loved reading in 2019:
If you’re looking to recenter and refocus your yearly goals, reading a good book should be first on your list.
By day, 29-year-old Sebastian Marin serves as a Communications Manager for a government agency. At night, he is a creative director and content creator– having worked with colossal brands like Coach, Nike, Sweetgreen, Vice, and Refinery29.
When Audrey Henson was selected as a Congressional intern while attending the University of South Florida, it changed the trajectory of her career and ultimately her life.
If you’re looking to raise your salary or just find a new job altogether, brushing up on in-demand skills is one of the smartest ways to invest in yourself. The internet makes it even easier by bringing highly-skilled professors and professional instructors into the palm of your hand.
“I remember when I first wanted to be a speechwriter,” says Riley. “It was during my internship in then senator Obama’s office. I was working for his economic policy advisor. And I knew I wanted to be in politics, but wasn’t sure if I wanted to do policy or communications.”