“What do I want people to remember about me when they log off LinkedIn or leave a networking event?” “How do I build a personal brand?” How you express yourself professionally, both in person and online, can help solidify your skill set and voice within an industry, job function, or topic. Finding and maintaining your…
Philip Schweinsberg served as an infantry officer for eight years, stationed in Washington, North Carolina, Georgia, and Colorado throughout his time in the service. Because he was passionate about finding “work worth doing,” a military career made sense. But when he decided to transition out of the U.S. Army, he wasn’t sure if work like that could be done without a uniform.
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After seven years in the classroom, Robyn Moore was in need of a change. Like many educators, she was unsure of how to make the change or what it would entail, especially as the daughter of a career-long teacher. But she was confident her next role would involve fewer pencils and backpacks. While working as…
Hannah Rivers describes herself as “the fixer, the one who can figure it out” From working in pizza shops and babysitting as a teenager to planning events for Google and Lego as an adult, she has always been a go-getter. But being a jack of all trades can often lead to imposter syndrome and questioning qualifications over experience.
Juggling different roles and learning unique skills is part of nonprofit work. For alumna Angela Amaya, her mini-MBA immediately improved her efficiency and led to a promotion.