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Our Mission -AAU Youth Magazine is to motivate our youth to define their vision and create greater opportunities to help them meet their destiny. The focus of the magazine is to help them establish a true relationship with their purpose and to encourage and nurture a loving relationship of “self” to allow them to explore and develop a greater respect for the person they are seeking to become.

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ENCORE PRE-RECORDED PODCAST How often have we given up on our dreams or put them on the back burner? A slight setback doesn't mean it has to be a permanent setback which is what I will be discussing with my... more

Building your brand early and often. What to be aware of.

The world of Alumni Relations has come a long way, however, they are a vital part of most of the educational institutions thanks to the efforts of many outstanding professionals in Alumni Associations. A good alumni network... more

Getting to work. Who's hiring?

Warming Up With DJ Randy P your gospel music afternoon drive home.

10 Things Parents should know to make their kids successful in employment and life.

May is #LupusAwarenessMonth and throughout the year all across the nation and online there are events being held to bring attention to Lupus as well as to raise funds in support of those who are affected. This evening I will be talking... more

Spring has finally sprung and it's time to step up our hair care and body regiment before heading outdoors for those longer days of fun in the sun, parties and other festivities with family and friends looking and smelling good! Although the store... more

Special Guest: Deidre Palode-Senior Publicist/MayLee Media - "It's Just PR"! Topic: Peer Pressure/ Women's Empowerment How are Teens today dealing with PEER PRESSURE? Living in a world of technology (social media, Cell phones,... more

As women, especially African American women most of us know the struggle; the struggle to ensure everyone else is taken care of: our children...our friends...our parents and grandparents and of course our husbands or significant others.... more

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