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Category Archives: Professional Development

Career Self Care in National Career Development Month

National Career Development Month gives us the opportunity every year to practice a little bit of career self care. November is really a good time of year for reflection.  Why? We are edging closer to the end of the year and if you … Read More…

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To Make Good Career Choices You Need Honest Self Evaluation

Once you know yourself, finding your path and making career choices will be so much easier! “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry.  He … Read More…

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10 Ways to Build Entrepreneurial Skills in College Students

College students are given a lot of directions from the day they land on campus to the day they walk the stage at commencement. They get used to asking questions and getting just-in-time answers from hall directors, academic advisors and faculty. You name … Read More…

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