Matthew Berkley jokes that his first semester’s transcript looked like the alphabet, but missing the A’s, B’s and C’s. Learn how he not only turned it around, but about what he has found most important in his journey to success in graduate school, internships with the CDC and in the world of work. Hint: it isn’t getting straight A’s.
You’ve heard it before. You need to network, it can really help in your success. But yet you still hold back. It’s hard, outside your comfort zone, and (insert excuse). In today’s episode, Alan talks about the importance of LinkedIn in his own career and challenges you to take the steps you need to make the connections who will benefit you. And there are prizes for the person chosen as the winner of the challenge!
Dr. Ken Bain is one of the best-known teachers and scholars of teaching and learning in the United States and the western world. He has written What The Best College Students do, which won the Virginia and Warren Stone Prize in 2012, and has become an international best seller. In today’s episode we discuss what the Best College Students Do, the idea of “Deep Learning” and how to apply what he has learned in your internship. Listen in to a world’s most foremost expert in this area!
In today’s episode we discuss the top three reasons why you want to get to know a faculty, along with concrete action steps you can take to find and connect with a faculty who will help you be successful in college and achieve your goals after college.
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!