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9 to 5: Krystal Hicks & UNH

When choosing universities and colleges to attend it isn’t often that you think about the end before the beginning. Many times the place, the activities and the amenities over rule the ultimate end goal college; to find a career. However the Career Services Office at the University of New Hampshire not only makes it their […]

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9 to 5 – Prescott Farm

When in search for some of the more unique places to work, I count myself lucky to have come across one that the term inspiring can’t begin to describe; Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center along with a passionate young professional shaping her community every day. Kimberly Drouin  “Oh, this is how you begin total World DOMINATION” […]

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9 to 5 – NH Public Radio

Ok 9 to 5 “be jealous.” I got the chance to flip the tables on a very exciting and passionate young professional Michael Brindley; the Newscast Producer/ Reporter for none other than the amazing New Hampshire Public Radio. Michael’s office is what I imagine Hunter S. Thompson wished he had it’s modern and sleek where you […]


9 to 5 – Little Duck Organics

In the search to find young professionals staying, working, and playing in New Hampshire, I wanted to connect you all with a young professional attempting to have it ALL in the Granite State. Charlee-Ann Charron’s office is any number of locations however she can usually be found in her inspired apartment overlooking the passionate city of […]

9 to 5 – Life Share

During my recent adventure to find young professionals working for amazing companies I count myself lucky to have had the opportunity to meet with Kelly Farnsworth at Life Share Management Group Inc. Walking up to Life Share Management Group on Rogers Street in Manchester, I was greeted by a fire engine red front door and […]


It’s Time to Begin 2013!

In writing for SWP I have realized I am missing out on A LOT of amazing things to do in NH. We just can’t have that now can we?! How about a resolution to change?!  In general, I have found that most New Year’s resolutions are born out of a desire for a “better” life. […]

Traveler’s Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again, when everyone and their mother seems to be offering their suggestions for gift guides and best-of lists. So who am I to argue? I couldn’t resist putting together some ideas for that world traveler on your holiday list. All of these items are practical, affordable and fun. So if […]


Facebook for the Future

I’m gearing up for the Plymouth State University Career Development night tonight (plug from 5pm-8pm) and was asked to give tips and hints for graduating seniors about the interview process. “Ok!” let the researching begin. (Insert small geek moment) What is the most important thing to tell the future of the workforce? After speaking with […]