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We have a special treat for you!  Bobbie put together some top tips from some leading experts on career, job seeking & college advice. In this jammed-pack episode, learn from some of our previous guests: √ Dr. Dawn Graham:  Former host of the Sirius XM Dr. Dawn on Careers and author of “Switchers:  How Smart Professionals Change Careers and Seize Success. Learn from Dr. Dawn some networking strategies, important career action steps to take while in college and interviewing tips.  Visit Dr. Dawn's website and buy her book here:  Dr. Dawn on Careers  √ Austin Belcak:  Founder of Cultivated Culture  and the host of The Dream Job System Podcast .  Learn from Austin some amazing techniques for landing a job without applying online with the “value validation project”. √ Mac Prichard:  President of Prichard Communications, Founder and Publisher of Mac's List   and host of the Find Your Dream Job  podcast.  Learn from Mac his tips and advice on the “hidden job market” and informational interviewing √ Rich Feller, PhD:  NCDA Past President, Prof & Univ Distinguished Teach Scholar, Keynoter & Author, Entrepreneur, Consultant in all 50 States and six continents.  Visit Rich Feller's Website.  Learn from Rich the importance of experiential learning and the importance of adopting an “HEROIC G” mindset. √ Justin Nguyen: Host of the  Declassified College:  Unlock the Cheat Codes  podcast.  Justin attracts a lot of Gen Z listeners.  He helps students navigate into their careers.  He is also a creator and international speaker.  Learn from Justin his best tips on how college students can land amazing internships. √ Christine Cruzvergara: Chief Education Strategy Officer at Handshake.  Learn from Christine how Handshake can help college students to land jobs.  Also learn about the future of Handshake and how it will play a role in helping students to identify in demand skills, and where they can acquire those skills…perhaps this will be through micro credentials and creating partnerships between education and industry. √ George McGehrin:  Executive Headhunter and Branding Expert:  Learn from George three tips for landing a job. √ Michelle R. Weise, PhD: Author of Long Life Learning, on the Thinkers50 Radar List for 2021 and a future of education and workforce strategist. Learn from Michelle s about the future of work.  Michelle is a leading expert in this area.  Visit Michelle's website and buy her book here: Rise and Design  √ Madeline Mann:  Career Strategist featured in Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Creator of Self Made Millennial and a Career Coach.  Learn from Madeline the importance of a cover letter.  Madeline teaches us how to write a job winning cover letter in a 3 step EASY process.√ Robin Mamlet:  Senior Partner and Managing Director, WittKieffer and former Dean of Admissions at Stanford University.  Learn from Robin what colleges are looking for in the admissions process.
Join us for an in-depth conversation with food system scientist expert and career coach, Emily Steliotes.  Emily says that “the role of industry and policy and regulation is really complex.”Forward this podcast to anyone interested in: √ Learning how to become a food systems scientist, how to break into this field and what sort of education and training would be best√ Learning about the emerging field of food systems, sustainability and research√ Farm to Fork√ Agriculture to Nutrition√ How the production of food impacts our health√ Learning about the complex relationship between food and the environment/our health√ The growing interest in food system science√ Industrial agriculture and the negative impact on the environment√ How food transportation impacts the environment√ Soil health√ Overuse of pesticides√ Positive developments in the food industry√ Animal welfare√ Plant-based and cell-based meat products√ Why a land grand university might a good choice for you if this is a field that interests you√ Nutrition√ Study abroad and immersion in a second language (Spanish)Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Emily’s LinkedIn:   https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilysteliotes/Emily’s Email:  emilysteliotes@gmail.comEmily’s Podcast:  Evolution EatsEmily’s Coaching Website:  College IrisTufts UniversityU.C. Davis 
Join us for an in-depth interview with author, Peter Economy, to discuss his latest book, “Wait, I’m Working with Who?” We discuss what it is like to work with a "jerk at work!" Peter is the bestselling author of many books including “Managing for Dummies” and is  “The Leadership Guy” at Inc. Magazine where he has published over 1500 columns to date.  Peter is also a successful ghost writer, for over 100 books including Abby Lee Miller’s “Everything I Learned About Life I Learned in Dance Class.”  Peter routinely works with C-Level executives, executive coaches, and business consultants worldwide.Forward this podcast to anyone that: √ Has a jerk for a boss√ Has a toxic work environment√ Has a co-worker that is a “credit thief”√ Needs a ghost writer√ Wants to learn about the 16 work personalities√ Wants to learn about “Home-Based Work for Dummies”√ Wants to learn strategies to deal with “jerks at work”√ Wants to learn why you should hire slow and fire fast√ Wants to learn why you should hire slow and fire fastJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshShow Notes:Visit Peter’s Website:  Peter EconomyFollow Peter on LinkedIn:  Peter's LinkedInRead Peter’s Columns, “The Leadership Guy” on Inc.com
Job Seekers alert!  Join us for an in-depth conversation with Sarah Baker Andrus the Founder and CEO of Avarah Careers.  In this episode, you will learn: √ How work has changed since Covid. Learn the meaning of “hoteling” √ Why “It’s not who you know, it’s who you choose to meet”√ About the importance of networking√ Why it is best to approach the job search with “do I want to work here?”√ What the biggest barriers are in the job search√ The importance of a plan√ Tips for the job interview√ What to look for in a study abroad experience√ How to switch jobs√ How to prepare for changes or jobs that do not exist√ If Sarah would bungee jump!Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshShow Notes:Visit Sarah’s Website:  Avarah CareersSubscribe:  10 Days to Jump-Start Your Job Search
Join us for an in-depth interview with Dr. Nancy Schlossberg who is an absolute icon in the space of Career Development, Retirement, Adult Transitions, Adults as learners, and Intergenerational Relationships.In this podcast you will learn: √ What you should be thinking about when you prepare to retire√ The six different retirement paths that Dr. Schlossberg created√ Why adult children should hire their parents√ What Career Services Providers should focus on√ If Career Services Providers are biased√ What Dr. Schlossberg and Ruth Bader Ginsburg have in common√ About Transitions and how our reactions change√ Who Dr. Schlossberg’s mentor is√ About her work on the Strong Vocational Interest Inventory√ About her role as an activist and as a researcher√ Who Walter Reuther is√ What is next for Dr. Schlossberg Forward this podcast to:√ Anyone thinking about retirement√ Career Services Providers, Career Coaches, Career Counselors√ Anyone in transitionJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshShow Notes:Visit website:  Transitions Through Life
Join us for an in-depth discussion that covers everything that you need to know about the medical school admissions process with Dr. Shirag Shemmassian, an expert in the field.  We get all your questions answered: √ What are your chances for Medical School Admission?√ What is a good GPA for Medical School Admissions and how is it broken down?√ What is a good MCAT score?√ How to get into medical school from high school?√ Should you consider a D.O. program?√ Should you consider attending a Caribbean medical school?√ What are your best options for admissions if you do not have the best stats?√ What are the “four pillars” of medical school admissions?√ What to expect with the medical school interview process√ Should you take a gap year (or more) between college and medical school?√ How to write the personal statement√ What is the most underrated aspect of the medical school admissions process?√ How many schools should you apply to?Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comSHOW NOTES:Email Shirag:  contact@shemmassianconsulting.comVisit Shirag’s Website:  Shemmassian ConsultingFollow Shirag on LinkedIn:  Shirag's LinkedInFollow Shemmassian Consulting on Facebook:   Shemmassian Consulting on FacebookFollow Shemmassian Consulting on Instagram:  Instagram | Shemmassian ConsultingSubscribe to Shemmassian Consulting on YouTube:  Shemmassian Consulting YouTube ChannelCheck out the MSAR tool that Shirag was talking about:  MSAR Tool 
What is the #1 way that college students get hired?  Join us to learn all the benefits of  Handshake.  Currently Handshake has about 8 million student users, over 500,000 employers and over 1200 colleges and universities on their platform.  Handshake democratizes opportunity for all students providing equity and access.  Handshake also provides a perfect opportunity for employers to connect with student talent. In this Episode You will Learn:How Handshake democratizes opportunity for all students by providing equity and access to opportunitiesHow Handshake can help students establish real relationships and provide them with networking opportunities How Students can have direct access to employers and opportunitiesWho Christine looks up to and how she got startedForward this Episode to:√ Anyone working in Career Services in Higher Ed institutions√ Employers looking to hire college students√ College Students looking for job opportunities√ Anyone working in Education√ Career Services Providers Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Visit Handshake:  HandshakeFollow Handshake on Instagram:  Handshake | InstagramFollow Handshake on LinkedIn:  Handshake | LinkedInFollow Christine on LinkedIn:  Christine Cruzvergara | LinkedInLearn About Dr. Farouk DeyLearn About Andy Chan
Everything you need to know about pursuing a career in Human Resources, with HR Expert, Pamela Taylor.  We tap into Pamela's vast knowledge of HR after working in this field for 30 years.  She has done it all, seen it all and now shares it all with us! In this episode find out:√ Best Education to prepare you for a career in HR√ Which HR Certification should you pursue?√ Best training/preparation to work in HR√ How to reach senior levels in HR√ What a typical day as an HR Director is like√ Advantages and drawbacks.Pamela is also a Retirement and Career Coach professional.  At the end of this episode, we focus on how Pamela can help you to negotiate your life transition.Kind, smart and gracious...you are in for a treat!Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservicesMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Email Pamela:  pamela@taylorlifetransitions.comPamela’s Website: Taylor Life TransitionsSHRM:  Society for Human Resource ManagementHR Certifications that Pam talks about in the Podcast:SHRMSPHRCPSCPCPPSEBSCCBMAlso discussed are certificates in Coaching and Employee Investigations.  Looking for an Architect in the Seattle area?  Check out:  TYP 
Are you considering taking a Gap Year?  Learn about the possibilities in this episode! We will explore the benefits, costs, and experiences of taking a Gap Year. Join us for an in-depth discussion with Rebecca Barr, the Strategic Partnerships Manager of Education First, an organization that has introduced millions to educational travel, language learning, cultural exchange and provide connections in 114 countries.Rebecca is no stranger to travel and international education, having studied abroad and taken her own Gap Year.  She shares her experiences of living in Thailand, Turkey, Doha Qatar, and Germany.Forward this podcast to:√ High School Students Interested in a Gap Year√ School Counselors√ Parents of High School Students√ College Students Interested in Studying Abroad√ Anyone interested in learning the benefits of a Gap YearJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservicesMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by:  Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Email Rebecca:  rebecca.barr@ef.comEducation First Gap YearBuy Michelle Weise's Book:  Long Life LearningLearn about College Scholarships: Going MerryBuy a Cesve 
Do you work in career services or career development?  If so, join us for an in-depth conversation with Rich Feller, PhD, a nationally known and respected leader in the career development space.We ask Rich how career coaches/counselors can best serve the public and he offers some incredible advice that you will not want to miss including the best four questions to ask your students and clients.We also discussed strategies for job seekers and Rich provides some great tips for everyone from high school age through to retirement.  We talk about the HEROIC G Mindset model that Rich has created which helps people to negotiate any situation that life may present from changing jobs to receiving a cancer diagnosis.You will learn about many programs and tools that Rich has created that  will  assist anyone looking for career clarity or guidanceIt was enlightening  getting into the “weeds” with Rich on topics such as the challenges people face in breaking out of poverty or minimum-wage jobs,  and the difficulties associated with  up-skilling or acquiring an education. Also, Rich shares his thoughts on a variety of career theories.Rich is a talented, kind, and humble man that leaves us with a wealth of tools and knowledge. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Rich as much as we did.Forward this podcast to:Career CoachesCareer CounselorsAnyone working in Higher Ed Career CentersJob SeekersAcademic AdvisorsAnyone working in Career ServicesSchool CounselorsJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservicesShow Notes:Visit Rich's WebsiteEmail Rich:  Rich.Feller@colostate.eduTake the YouScience Assessment or Visit the Website to Learn MoreCheck out Conversations Matter | One Life ToolsListen to Rich’s Interview on the HEROIC G MindsetMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by Patricia Walsh
Interested in learning what it takes to become a Quality Assurance Engineer?  Packaging Science expert? Our guest, José Díaz Aquino, shared that if you have eaten Cheerios in your lifetime, “I, no kidding, probably packaged it.”José shares his wealth of expertise in quality assurance engineering where he reached high levels of responsibility at General Mills. You will learn the advantages and drawbacks of working as a quality assurance engineer, what it takes to prepare for a career in this field and why our bags of chips have so much air in them. 🤔José is so well-rounded.  He played basketball in college and talks about a complete career switch to become the Assistant Director of Career Programming at Northern Arizona University, which you will learn about in this podcast. José is talented, funny, smart, and kind.  He was a pleasure to interview!  Forward this podcast to anyone interested in learning more about:Quality Assurance EngineeringQuality & Regulatory Operations ManagerPackaging Science  Chemical EngineeringSystems EngineeringManufacturing EngineeringIndustrial EngineeringElectrical EngineeringComputer EngineeringFood ScientistsMicrobiologistsSwitching CareersCareer ServicesJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Follow José on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jose-r-diaz-aquino/Follow José on Twitter:  @JoseDiazAquinoBooks & Authors we Talked About:Dr. Dawn Graham | Switchers: How Smart Professions Change Careers – And Seize SuccessMichelle R. Weise, PhD | Long-Life Learning:  Preparing for Jobs that Don't Even Exist Yet
What does the future of work and learning look like?What do you need to know to prepare?According to Dr. Michelle Weise, “for the future of work, we are all going to have to be very skilled problem solvers and system thinkers” and “that really does require a different approach on the part of higher-ed institutions in cultivating those kinds of learners.” Michelle’s work focuses on the bottom 25% of income earners and what needs to change to help them to overcome barriers that prevent them from achieving academic and career success. One of the largest barriers Michelle describes is solving for time and lack of funds.We talk about the role of A.I's role:Helping to bridge the gap for employers to understand if a potential employee has the skill set they need. Helping employees to feel confident that the education or training that they are pursuing will lead to work.Right now, we are teaching in silos. Things will need to become more interdisciplinary. Michelle provides examples of organizations that are doing it well.Refer this podcast to:Anyone struggling to move forward in their careerAnyone needing free resources to up-skillHigher Ed | Career Planners/Counselors/Academic AdvisorsCollege Planners/CounselorsEmployersJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettIntroduction by Patricia WalshSHOW NOTES:Buy Michelle’s Book on Amazon:  Long Life Learning:  Preparing for Jobs that Don't Even Exist YetFollow Michelle on Twitter:  @rwmichelleFollow Michelle on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rwmichelle/Visit Michelle’s Website:  https://www.riseanddesign.io/Michelle collaborated with Clayton M. Christensen on a Book | Hire Education:  Mastery Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution: 
If you are average, you will change jobs like 14 times.Technical skill will get you that first job. But those who pivot, advance, and move into leadership positions are more likely to have… a strong foundation in the humanities. Wow. But it is STEM studies that have higher perceived value.Lecturers Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman think the humanities have a PR problem. “People think, ‘Oh, that career path doesn’t have one particular outcome.’ People are saying that like that’s a flaw when it’s actually the whole point, to prepare you for a wide variety of careers.”In response, they pitched the Mellon Foundation. Now, they elevate the impact of the humanities in their community and have “very fuuuuuuull calendars.” Their six HUGEmanities initiatives are changing the way people see, and assign value to, the liberal arts.Refer this podcast to:A grant funded researcherEnglish, psychology, history, art history, the classics, philosophy, theology, anthropology or theatre majorsSomeone in salesAfter listening to this podcast, Academic and Career Advising Services can help you explore colleges like the University of New Hampshire or help you get the most from your liberal arts degree, just like Molly and Krista.Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow Notes:Email Krista & Molly:  hugemanities.project@unh.edu HUGEmanities WebsiteUniversity of New Hampshire | UNHCommunity College System of New Hampshire | CCSNH
WARNING: This is not your parent’s career advice. This is Gen Z-er, Justin Nguyen’s, careers-for-peers approach that has 18, 19 and 20-year old's binge-listening his podcast and contributing crowdsourced, real-time data for young job hunters.He leads from experience. After college-age, Justin sent out a fruitless pile of internship applications, he discovered, over a dish of ice cream, that the real path to Fortune 500 internships is networking.  Then he landed three of them.While prestigious internships look amazing on a LinkedIn profile, sleepy data points alone do not produce job offers. Justin recommends something else, something much easier, to add to LinkedIn that really opens the doors of career opportunity.Justin is the founder of GetChoGrindUp, a movement to help students navigate their way through college.  He is also the host of an iTunes top 100 podcast, Declassified College Podcast (on Apple).Forward this podcast to:·         A college student following a parent’s dream·         Career-hunter using LinkedInJoin Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow NotesFollow Justin on LinkedIn (or reach out to him)GetChoGrindUpDeclassified College Podcast (on Apple)University of TampaUniversity of Central FloridaGary VaynerchukMr. Beast YouTube ChannelColin and SamirImmigration Nation Trailer on Netflix<
Want to learn what it takes to reach the highest levels in hotel management?  Are you currently working in the hospitality space and looking to transition to health care?  If so, then this podcast episode is for you!We interview Odette Perriel, V.P. of Patient Care Services at Maine Medical Center | Maine Health.  Odette reached a very high level working for the Ritz Carlton Hotel before she made the transition over to health care and patient care services.  She explains how a background in hospitality is an ideal preparation for patient care services.  Odette is gracious in sharing her tremendous path to success.  She started out at the bottom and worked her way to the top.  She experienced numerous different roles in hotel management from working the front desk to the Director of Residential Services at the Ritz Carlton:  "I definitely took opportunities to learn every department that I could."  Odette is talented, ambitious, smart and nice!  We hope you enjoy this podcast episode as much as we did.Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettSHOW NOTES:Maine Medical Center | Maine HealthJohnson & Wales University | JWUUniversity of PhoenixCMS | CAHPS Survey
If you are considering a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders, or if you are thinking about becoming a Speech and Language Pathologist, then this is the podcast for you!We found the perfect combo to interview for this profession, as we have a mother/daughter team with a combined 43 years of experience in a wide variety of settings.  Sue Caron, the Mom, and Cathy, the daughter, share with our listeners what it takes to become a speech and language pathologist.  Cathy as the more recent grad shares the educational and training process from undergrad, to earning a master’s degree in communication sciences disorders, to preparing for the ASHA Boards, to getting your first job, to becoming a “Clinical Fellow” and finally to earning your “C’s” as in Certificate of Clinical Confidence. Cathy currently loves her work in the K-8 educational setting.Sue, as an expert in the field, has seen it all and has a wealth of experience and knowledge.  She has worked in a variety of settings from private practice, to school settings from pre-school through college, and to outpatient, clinical and hospital settings. She has great things to say about them all.  We discuss the pros and cons of being a speech pathologist, what a typical day is like (spoiler alert, there is no “typical” day) and what sort of cases they see.  Cathy and Sue are a fun duo and are both so passionate about helping others and about their field.  We hope you love this podcast as much as we did! Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow Notes:ASHA:  American Speech, Language & Hearing AssociationListen to the Podcast Episode with Michael Guptill | Executive Producer and Owner of Hackmatack Play HouseFrosh College Consulting
We have an amazing guest this week.  Meet Debra Olshan Cooper, a woman with 30 years of expertise in public relations and marketing, landing her clients on numerous tv shows such as Good Morning America, as the owner of FreshConnect.  Debra now uses those same strategies to help recent college grads develop and pitch their own story to land amazing jobs. Debra has some great advice for recent college grads, such as, “if your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough” and “if you can connect emotionally and create and experiential feeling, you’re hired, you just are” and “If you have an idea, you can craft it, architect and design it, and go for it!  Tell the world about it.  This is what employers want to see.”  Debra believes that Gen Z has such great value, “if they only knew it.”  We loved this podcast episode with Debra.  It is full of great career tips for recent college graduates and it is a fun interview as Debra brings an amazing level of enthusiasm and joy.  We hope you enjoy as much as we did!   Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow Notes:Email Debra:  info@yourcareerdesignlab.comVisit Debra’s Website:  Your Career Design LabFollow Debra on Twitter:  Your Career Design Lab on TwitterFollow Debra on Facebook:  Your Career Design Lab on FacebookAustin Belcak Podcast | All Things College and CareerMentoring for the Modern Musician Podcast | All Things College and CareerThe North Face
Interested in a career in business? Thinking about earning an M.B.A.? Considering a career in Sales & Marketing?  If so, then this podcast episode is for you!  We interview Jeff McAndrew who shares his career journey, from his start at Penn State, to his work in Sales at Tyco Integrated Security (now Johnson Controls ), to earning his MBA at Northeastern University to working for a start-up called PIKA Energy to now working as the Director of Sales at Generac Power Systems.   If you are thinking about a career in business, you will gain a lot of insight from our conversation with Jeff.  He provides loads of tips from networking to how to develop a career in business and what it took Jeff to get where he is today.  Jeff shares the advantages and drawbacks and what a typical day is like.  He also shares how his education helped him to land the position he is in today.  Jeff is smart, personable, and incredibly knowledgeable about the field of business.   We could have chatted with him all day!  We hope you enjoy our conversation with Jeff as much as we did. Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow Notes:Jeff's LinkedInHomeowners can call Generac for a new Solar Storage Battery:  1-888-GeneracSmeal College of Business | Penn StateBarbarian Days:  A Surfing Life by William FinneganNorth:  Finding My Way While Running the Appalachian Trail by Scott & Jenny JurekDave Matthew's Band
Are you considering a career as a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine?  If so, then this podcast is for you!  In this episode we chat with Dr. David Doiron, an experienced chiropractor and sports rehabilitation specialist who has been in private practice since 2012.   We talk about David’s undergraduate years at UNH where he majored in Kinesiology and Exercise Science and was also a NCAA Division 1 Track Athlete where he specialized in the Decathlon.  We also discuss what chiropractic school was like, what it was like for David to simultaneously earn both a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Master’s in Sports Science & Rehabilitation, and finally how David was able to open up his own private practice.  We loved our conversation with David because he was quite honest about his journey.  We also learned so many interesting things like how David likes to help people achieve pain relief without surgery, and how David helps his patients to move in the places that they need to move and helps to stabilize them in the places that they need to be stabilized, and we touched on posture and much more.  Dr. Doiron has a great approach in that he figures out the patient’s goals and then works with them to achieve their goals.  He prefers 30-minute visits with patients so he can really get to know them and offer a more comprehensive approach.  We even discussed what David is doing to keep his office covid-safe.  Dr. Doiron was a such a fun guest.  He has a great sense of humor and is very smart.  We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did!  Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesEmail Meg:  meg@academicandcareeradvisingservices.comSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettSHOW NOTES: Doiron Chiropractic & Sports Rehabilitation. LLCCall Dr. Doiron’s Practice: (207) 282-5233Email Dr. Doiron: doironchiropractic@gmail.comLogan UniversityUniversity of New HampshireRob Doiron, M.D. Podc
Interested in learning how to achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace?  If so, this podcast episode is for you!  We interview Dr. Janice Z. Gassam, an experienced consultant and founder of BWG Business Solutions.  Janice helps organizations interested in making positive changes.  Janice also recently released her first book on Juneteenth called Dirty Diversity: A practical guide to foster an equitable and inclusive workplace for all. Janice also hosts a podcast called, Dirty Diversity and a YouTube Channel called Dirty Diversity with Janice Z. Gassam.  Janice is also a professor at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT.We discuss Janice’s varied educational path from her undergraduate experience at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, to her graduate experience, where she earned her master’s degree, at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA and finally where she earned her PhD at Hofstra University on Long Island, NY.   Any students considering these institutions would enjoy hearing Janice’s take.We also discuss Janice’s experience of doing a TEDx talk:  Make Emotional Intelligence Great Again.Janice is an amazing and accomplished young woman who has a lot to offer in terms of improving race relations and understanding identity issues.  We learned a lot from Janice, and we think you will too!  We hope you enjoy our conversation with Janice as much as we did!   Join Our Podcast Email List!   Follow Our Podcast:Website: Listen To Our Podcast HereYouTube Channel   Twitter   LinkedIn  Facebook   InstagramAll Things College and CareerMeg's LinkedIn   Bobbie's LinkedInACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING SERVICES:Visit Website:  Academic and Career Advising ServicesSchedule an Appointment with Academic & Career Advising ServicesMusic Production by Lena Ozea:  Lena Ozea Sound CloudTechnical Production:  Richard BarnettShow Notes:Email Janice:  janice@bwgbusinesssolutions.comVisit Janice’s Website: https://www.drjanicegassam.com/
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