You’ve made the decision. You are finally going to start going after your dreams by pursuing the transition you have been desperately wanting, needing! So now what? What do you do? How do you even know WHAT you want to do? No worries, I got you. Today we will discuss Design Thinking and how it can help you map out your transition.
Starting over is always hard. You’re nervous, anxious, and usually not quite sure if it's the right thing to do. You seek help and advice from others and most think that you are crazy. But forget what everyone has told you, you can do this! Here are 4 myths of starting over, whether it be school or career, that you need to overcome.
Hey loves! I’m doing something a little different for the next couple of posts. I’ll be doing audio recordings to go along with mini written blog entries. Hope you enjoy!
This is going to wrap up our grad school series. So you’ve made it! You’ve been accepted into grad school. Congratulations! Now the real work begins. Yes, I’m talking about school work, research, and the like. But don’t forget about your social life. Particularly networking with future colleagues, new mentors, and other individuals who can help your growth both educationally and personally. Here are 4 ways to get involved and network while in school. And, you can use these tips even if you are out of school and in your career.
Congratulations! You’ve bagged the interview. Now it’s time to really put in work and get accepted into the grad school(s) of your choice. Take assurance in knowing that you are one step closer to realizing your dream. An interview indicates a school’s interest in you and is just a measure to make sure that you match your application...and you’re not crazy. Here are 6 ways to rock your interview and further your chances of acceptance.