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How to position yourself on LinkedIn when changing careers

So thrilled to be quoted in this very informative Baltimore Sun article about how best to use LinkedIn! https://www.baltimoresun.com/sns-201911131533–tms–careersntp–h-a20191117-20191117-story.html


November 17, 2019 0

Student Loan Hero

Thanks Student Loan Hero for quoting me in this very useful article about why taking a year off before college–otherwise known as a “gap year” is useful. https://studentloanhero.com/blog/gap-year-participants-share-advice/ The point of the year off is that it’s an opportunity for you, the student, to get a break from the constant barrage of tests, homework, tedious…
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November 7, 2019 0

Boring Internship? Here’s How to Make the Most of It!

Important as internships are–and I’d wager that they’re crucial. It’s how ambitious young people make contacts, understand first hand what is acceptable in the office (not to mention, their careers)…but let’s be honest. Internships are important and I always encourage my clients to take them…but that doesn’t mean that all internships are interesting. And, Dear…
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August 5, 2019 0

“13 Reasons Your Bosses Don’t Find You Likable.”

Thrilled to be one of the coaching professionals quoted in this Ladders article! https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/13-reasons-your-bosses-dont-find-you-likable


July 5, 2019 1

Choosing a College Major

Little tardy to the party on this September 2017 Discover Card article, but a client just emailed it to me over the weekend. Hopefully, some college students and/or their parents will find it useful. In the interest of full disclosure, I should mention that I am a proud history major. I distinctly remember my senior…
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October 22, 2018 0

Quoted in The Penny Hoarder

So thrilled to have been quoted by the author Matt Reinstetle in his great The Penny Hoarder article about crafting a useful job search: https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/make-money/career/process-finding-a-job/


October 8, 2018 0