October 1, 2011
The first part of this enlightening show features Senior Associate Director at Columbia University Diane McKoy sharing fantastic advice about how applicants should approach the admissions process. A must-listen-to for students pursuing admission to highly competitive schools. The second part is a segment/review on the various types of SAT programs available today.
September 24, 2011
Even wonder what Ivy League Admissions officers are really looking for? Join us as we welcome Elisha Anderson, admission’s professional from Brown University as he shares his advice for prospective students.
September 10, 2011
Want to know how to get admitted to an Ivy League school? Or, really any college? Admissions reps from both Yale and Univ. of Pennsylvania provide a glimpse into the window of the admissions world. They share how transcripts are evaluated and tips for writing a great essay.
September 3, 2011
Are you or someone you know looking for a job? Well this show is just for you. Linda Conklin, Manager of UNC Alumni Career Services, shares her priceless advice on how to get yourself in the door of local employers. She offers great advice for both new and seasoned professionals.
August 26, 2011
In this great conversation, Rev. Haywood Holderness explores how to get in touch with your spiritual side and make a difference in the world.
August 20, 2011
Best selling author and Quick and Dirty Tip podcaster Laura Adams shares secrets from her new book Smart Girl’s Money Moves to Grow Rich. Great advice for those looking to maximize their money.
August 13, 2011
Creating Gratitude and Creating Changes is the specialty of Heather Toppen. This mother of three has survived a lay-off and divorce and shares her life changing strategies for creating the life you want. The is a must hear for those in the midst of some of life’s more transformative journeys.
August 6, 2011
Vince Papi, Manager Partner of Executive Smarts, discusses ways to become sought after interim top talent for local companies. His no-nonsense advice on the value of networking, resumes, and interviews is fantastic for job seekers of all experience levels.
July 30, 2011
The job market has changed and opportunities are now going to those who find ways to make a difference and propose work instead of waiting for it to be packaged as a job description and advertised by employers. Career creator Jim McNeely of Advantage Security Systems discusses how to identify the sign posts of a great career and get yourself out into the workplace and make opportunities.
July 16, 2011
Does your resume resemble an obituary reflecting what you did instead of what you can do? “Resume Writing Guru” Dick Hart author of Make Your Resume Talk shares tips and tricks to help you get your resume noticed by employers for the right reasons. He shares how to minimize employment and experience gaps, and age. Great show for those who want to get more positive attention from employers.