TK Coleman wants you to get pumped up, be proactive, and take charge of your education and your life. A part of life is failing, especially the more you try new and novel opportunities. You can either spend your time trying to avoid failure, and thus limiting your experiences and opportunities, or embrace failure as a natural part of your life-long learning process. TK is motivational, insightful and ready to help you Crush Your Internship. Hold onto your earbuds and click play!
After finishing his 20th interview, Alan shares the top three themes/tips that have emerged from his guests. If you want a quick summary of the most important advice related to college, internships and careers (yes, even life itself!), give a listen.
In today’s episode, Kelli Rapplean, internship advisor and coordinator at the University of Colorado – Denver, shares her advice from years of experience within higher education. Additionally, she also tells you what her biggest career-related regrets are from college, and what YOU can do to avoid them and graduate from college to be best prepared for your next step. Want to maximize your college experience? Listen in!
Alan attended an alumni event where he, at the age of 45, was the youngest attendee. But all was not lost! It turned out to be a great event and there were many valuable take-aways which to learn from and can be applied from the advice given from previous Crush Your Internship guests. Plus, learn one of the most important discoveries LinkedIn has found in regards to networking with alumni. All of this and more!
Many students put tremendous focus on getting into college, but then expect everything will be fine once they are admitted. That is the simple part. What should you do once you get into college so that you are best prepared for graduate school or your first job? This episode is a wide-ranging, big-picture discussion about the hurdles students have to overcome in today’s higher education system, with some practical advice on what students can do to be successful in school and later on in their career and life.
Mike is an education consultant, entrepreneur and founder of admission2college, an educational consulting practice in Denver CO. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Colorado State University. He has over 25 years of experience in higher education, including being the Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid at the California Institute of Integral Studies and serving as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment at the University of Denver.