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When Ke Huy Quan accepted his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in “Everything Everywhere All At Once” on Sunday night, he urged viewers, “Please keep your dream alive.”

Quan’s on-screen role in “Everything” was his first in several decades. But the actor, determined to return to the screen, finally found the right role.

Whether you’re dreaming of your acceptance speech or searching for the perfect opportunity, it’s never too late to keep pursuing your dream.

And if your dream is a new job? Keep on reading. 🙂

The News

Silicon Valley Bank’s breakdown has rippled across the startup ecosystem. Here’s what it could mean for leaders in the startup community and why it may be time to rethink the tech-government relationship.

What is “quiet hiring,” and why should it be a part of your workplace strategy?

Attention employers: Here are the legal issues you need to consider in 2023.

Kleer’s Brad James helps the SaaS company build relationships to strengthen its dental provider clients. Read on to learn more about his role (and see Kleer’s current job openings here).

Find out how Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures aids clinicians in turning their health tech ideas into growing businesses.

The Jobs


Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore


The End

Dream on! See you next time.


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