My wife Jen Pan and I founded CareerVillage.org in 2011. We did it because as young people we each faced difficulties getting our questions about careers answered. Getting out of our education with a good job was something that was important to each of us -- it meant getting paid, which meant having financial security, which meant that we wouldn't have to worry about money. We also wanted a career that was as fulfilling as we could make it. We each had very different childhoods, but being ready to start our careers after our education was done was important to each of us.
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Assuming you are asking about careervillage.org, the founder is Jared Chung (Chief Village Elder & Co-Founder).
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