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Career Corps

Background The DeBruce Career Corps is a unique leadership opportunity with The DeBruce Foundation. Established by Kansas City business and civic leader Paul DeBruce, The Foundation is committed to expanding … Continued

Building My Career Path at We Work for Change

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This guest blog features Sidney Richardson, a DeBruce Career Corps member and senior at Lincoln College Preparatory Academy. Sidney, along with DeBruce Career Corps member Brian Pelico-Ricardez, had the opportunity … Continued

My Career Development Journey

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By Ruby Rios, DeBruce Career Corps Member Three years ago, I walked into a local co-working space with peers and talked to an incredible organization about how difficult it was to figure … Continued

July 2022 Newsletter


Hello! My name is Tim Nguyen, and I am a recent graduate from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and an intern with The DeBruce Foundation. This summer, I’ve … Continued

UMKC Early Talent Summit

The below representatives from The DeBruce Foundation led a roundtable discussion at the UMKC Early Talent Summit which is a gathering of recruiters, talent development, DEI, and HR professionals from … Continued

June 2022 Newsletter


Hello everyone! My name is Lanisha Stevens, and I truly am excited to serve as an intern for The DeBruce Foundation this summer. I’m a rising senior at the University … Continued

Developing Skills for Future Success

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Kristie Larson, Strategic Relationship Manager at The DeBruce Foundation Earlier this month, we celebrated Remake Learning Days in Kansas City. Remake Learning Days is a national effort to bring innovative … Continued

May 2022 Newsletter


Greetings! For many of us, spring represents a time of growth, renewal, and looking ahead to new opportunities. As a newly minted Grad Dad, this spring was particularly meaningful for … Continued

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