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"Jennifer Schwab, Founder of ENTITY Academy, a six-week long mentorship program for young women entering the workforce, coaches women to negotiate their first job offer. 'Ask for the compensation you desire – it can be a mix of salary, bonuses, equity, profit-sharing options or expense accounts.'"

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"Mr. Levin, whose White House visit was first described on Tuesday by the website Entitymag.com, is a lawyer who gained prominence as a commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial."

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"Jennifer Schwab is an outspoken entrepreneur, visionary and disruptor with one goal in mind: to inspire, support an empower all women, not through words, but ACTION. As a woman of color she knows what it's like for women who have to work twice as hard to get half as much."

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"ENTITY seeks to empower, educate and mentor young women in all aspects of their lives. We do this through our robust media platform, social channels (reaching over 15 million women per month/4 million+ engagements per month) and our ENTITY Academy — a six-week, high tough, closely supervised, mentorship program for women aged 17 to 24."

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“Women who are in a position to mentor younger women need to be proactive about reaching out and paying it forward,” Jennifer Schwab notes. “We need to offer what we’ve learned to help other women who feel like they have to bootstrap on their own.”

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"It might seem obvious, but Jennifer Schwab, founder of ENTITY Academy, a mentorship program that trains young women who are entering the workforce, says not learning enough about a company is a problem that crops up more often than you’d think."

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"The founder of the Los Angeles-based celebrity gossip site was invited to the White House to meet with the president sometime last week, according to a report by EntityMag.com. TMZ did not immediately return TheWrap's request for comment."

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"ENTITY seeks to empower, educate and mentor young women in all aspects of their lives. We do this through our robust media platform, social channels (reaching over 15 million women per month/4 million+ engagements per month) and our ENTITY Academy — a six-week, high tough, closely supervised, mentorship program for women aged 17 to 24."

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"According to a report from Entity, President Donal Trump summoned the founder of TMZ–Harvey Levin–to Washington. On November 18th of last year, Fox News ran a special called OBJECTified: Donald Trump, hosted by Harvey Levin. Fox news greenlit another ten episodes to run this fall."

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"[Maria Nguyen is] devoted to the exhibition of gastronomy as a form of high art, focusing on the process and artistry involved in creating modern haute cuisine.

Q: Local companies you admire.
A: Hedley & Bennett, Juice Served Here, Entity Mag.

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"Similar to the Myers-Briggs test, EN Personalities — which was created by millennial mentorship website ENTITY — asks questions that are relatable to the lives of millennial women. Do you save work projects until the last minute? Do you gain energy by meeting new people?"

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"It’s not enough to just want to be paid more,” Schwab says. “When negotiating a raise, general numbers aren’t going to cut it. Once you’ve finally worked up to starting the conversation, you need to come prepared with exactly how much you expect to earn."

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"Only 7 percent of women attempted to negotiate their salaries, in comparison to 57 percent of their male counterparts.

This happens for a number of reasons, but in my experience I’ve seen that it’s mainly because women tend to assume they’ll be recognized and rewarded for working hard and doing a good job. Unlike men, they’re not taught that they can and should ask for more. Calling this to attention in itself can bring us one step closer to equal pay.”

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"Your job as a mentor is more than getting your mentees through one door. The way I see it, you should invite your mentees to the table and allow them the space to contribute to different parts of the business. Yes, they’ll make mistakes along the way; but this will ultimately help them master more tangible skills, leaving them more knowledgeable than when you first met them.”

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"'Do more listening than talking,' she tells Bustle. People will ask you questions and want to hear about you, so be friendly and provide good, but not-too-detailed, answers. Save some of your cards for future hands. A bit of mystery, especially at first, is a good thing at the office.”

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