As a proud first-generation student and social work and Psychology major Emily Bernhardt’s dream is to make a difference in the lives of employees by eliminating the stigma of seeking support as she embarks on a career as an Employee Assistance Program Counselor. Read the full story on the UW-Green Bay Foundation website.
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