Written by Emma S, Business Admin '22 College is tough. Students over the span of these couple years are trying to figure out what they are passionate about and what they are good at. On top of trying to graduate, students are reminded of the burning question: what do I want to do with my major or even what can I do with my major? As an undergraduate soon to be Accounting or … [Read more...] about Getting from College to Career by Lindsey Pollak
By Melissa Whether you’re thinking about going to graduate school, applying to grad school, choosing a grad school or just starting out in your first year, this is a VERY helpful book. Is graduate school the right choice for you? Do you want to get a master’s degree or a Ph.D.? How do you choose the right school? This book helps you answer each and every one of these very … [Read more...] about “Getting what you came for: The smart student’s guide to earning a master’s or Ph.D.” by Robert L. Peters, Ph.D.
By Janelle In his book “Never Eat Alone”, Keith Ferrazzi offers advice on how to build and utilize meaningful networks and relationships with others. Ferrazzi grew up under the care of a lower-middle class family and applied his networking power and prowess to work his way up to Yale, a Harvard M.B.A., and more than a few top executive job positions. Throughout the book he … [Read more...] about “Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferrazzi
By Shannon, Biology, Class of 2016 Many career books are written from a secular perspective. These are helpful, but some people want to have their work and their religious life overlap. This does not mean that they want to work in a religious setting. There are people who want to feel as if they are in a career because it aligns with what God’s mission for them is. In … [Read more...] about “How to Find Your Mission in Life” by Richard N. Bolles