C2C is in the news, from t.v. to radio appearances. Check out my media mentions below for great career advice you can put to use to help launch your career. Want more tips like this? Subscribe to my monthly newsletter. It’s an easy way to help kick start your career.
On October 17th, 2016, I was interviewed live by WCSH6’s morning news’ anchor, Sharon Rose Vaznis. Many college seniors (and parents) are surprised to learn that fall is primary recruiting time for college seniors. Over 75% of companies utilize on campus visits as their primary recruiting tool. So, it’s the one thing you definitely don’t want to miss. To hear my complete list of tips for a successful job search, click here to watch the full interview.
On July 12th, 2016, I spoke with Lee Nelson, co-anchor of WCSH6’s morning news program, on how to get the most out of your summer internship. In case you missed it, you can watch it here. Stay tuned as I’ll be appearing semi-regularly on WCSH6’s morning news program.
And back on June 2nd, 2016 I appeared on WCSH Channel 6’s morning news program discussing the current job market for recent college graduates. Live television is way outside my comfort zone but as I tell my clients, growth occurs on the edge of discomfort. Perhaps this is how you feel about job interviews. The lesson – if you prepare, it usually turns out just fine.
In May of 2015, I was honored to be a guest on WCSH Channel 6’s 207 program with one of my former clients, Sara Fay. It was the first ever appearance on television for both of us and Sara totally nailed it.
Host Jennifer Rooks of Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s radio program Maine Calling, interviewed me and Meg Springer, of Bowdoin College’s Career Planning office , and David Ciullo, president of Career Management Associates on the topic of job prospects in Maine, search strategies and finding satisfying work.
As a regular writer for the Bangor Daily News business section, I write about job search strategies and career advice, with a focus on new and young professionals. Below are links to a few of my more popular articles.