が Hardcover Read ☃ You Majored in What?: Designing Your Path from College to Career  ⏊ Author Katharine Brooks Ed.D. ␏ が Hardcover Read ☃ You Majored in What?: Designing Your Path from College to Career ⏊ Author Katharine Brooks Ed.D. ␏ Brooks, who is director of liberal arts career services at the University of Texas at Austin, provides those tools in the form of a series of quizzes and exercises designed to crystallize students talents and inclinations She then explains how to use the results to choose a direction, stand out from the crowd and wow job interviews TIME The book combinesWhat Color Is Your Parachute with genuinely practical advice New York Times Will help anyone be a smarter student and prepare for the future Austin American Statesman An appealing blend of poetry and pragmatism Brooks talks about finding the narrative of your life and harnessing the value of happenstance, but she also coaches readers on the nuts and bolts of resume writing and interviewing You Majored in What would make a wonderful gift to both high school and college grads Austin American Statesman Supportive, ingenious, and fun, Brooks s innovative career coaching can turn beloved interests into satisfying vocations Boston Globe Dr Brooks, a longtime college career advisor, provides students with an optimistic, encouraging outlook, and shows them that their strengths and skills are important than choice of majora positive reinforcement to the students who pursue their interest in liberal arts, and parlay the same interests into successful careers Examiner.com In times like these it s crucial to look at entering the workplace from a whole new perspective and You Majored in What accomplishes this Who cares what your college major is What is important are your dreams, values, and strengths and this book helps any young person figure these things out and find a career that fits But it now It s great Julie Jansen, author of I Don t Know What I Want, but I Know it s Not This Kate Brooks addresses the key challenges faced by many college students as they attempt to bridge the chasm between sixteen years of education and the largely unknown world of work You Majored in What is truly a great guide for the soon to be launched student At a time when all job hunters are going to need to raise their level of job getting skills, Kate Brooks has provided the liberal arts grad with exactly what they need to compete and succeed Jaye R Roseborough, Executive Director, Career Services, Middlebury College A fresh and encouraging voice in the liberal arts job search wilderness Extremely helpful exercises and examples Will be very useful to both students and career couselors I plan to use it a lot Carolyn Couch, Associate Director of Career Services, Wake Forest University You Majored in What is a lifeline for parents and students who value a liberal arts education Katharine Brooks offers smart and accessible insights that turn the apparent chaos of a liberal arts major into a wandering map to illuminate many routes toward a fulfilling career and life James H Madison, Professor of History and Director, Liberal Arts and Management Program, Indiana University Students of all ages will gain valuable insight into their own interests, goals, and career aspirations from this book, even if all they do is skim the first 2 chapters You Majored in What helps young people find the connections between their interests and the inexhaustible career options available to them This book should be sent to every student with their letter of admission or given to every first year student at the start of orientation I hope to share it with my graduate students Paul Binkley, Director Career Development Services, The George Washington University The wisdom contained in this book could not have become available at a better time for the millions of Gen Y college students and recent graduates who are simultaneously struggling with crushing levels of student debt and the desire to find a career where they can do meaningful work that is a benefit to society Steven Rothberg, President and Founder, CollegeRecruiter.com An amazing, refreshing new perspective on an ancient question that does not leave sage advice behind This book takes tried and true concepts and adds meaning and organization One can t help but think, engage and be encouraged by Kate s valuable wisdom Useful as a course text, a journal, a job search manual, or what it reads like a personal career companion, mentor or friend Born of chaos theory, this book is ready to deliver into the hands of the yearning who are eager to absorb it Loaded with images, constructive strategies, and meaningful advice, You Majored in What is intellectual, but practical, and readers will deepen their appreciation of their majors With its many examples, exercises, reflections and real life stories, this book has something for every reader to grab a hold of to achieve not only career success, but life and work success Denise Dwight Smith, Director, University Career Center for Work, Service, and Internships, UNC in Charlotte Through the use of positive language, metaphors, and practical application, You Majored in What is a wonderful guide and workbook not only for the undergraduate student but also for the career practitioner Whether a student, mentor, or coach, unquestionably you will be inspired and empowered by the possibilities that will result from the Wise Wandering and mapping activities Meg Flournoy, Associate Director, The Duke MBA Career Management Center You Majored in What is filled with interactive exercises and is written in an engaging and practical way This book will be a helpful resource for students as they consider their post college plans Deanne H Maxwell, Assistant Director, Student and Career Development, Cornell University You Majored in What will speak to the person in career transition or the college student simply overwhelmed by the options The tone is light and the exercises are manageable, designed to release your hidden dreams and strengths This is a fresh and much needed addition to the field of career development Beverly T Lorig, Director, Career Services, Washington Kate Brooks poses a multitude of questions in You Majored in What Fortunately, she also offers plenty of answers to take willing readers on a journey of self discovery from chaos to satisfying career choices Skip Sturman, Director, Career Services, DartmouthIn times like these it s crucial to look at entering the workplace from a whole new perspective and You Majored in What accomplishes this Who cares what your college major is What is important are your dreams, values and strengths and this book helps any young person figure these things out and find a career that fits Buy it now It s great Julie Jansen author of I Don t Know What I Want, but I Know it s Not This Kate Brooks addresses the key challenges faced by many college students as they attempt to bridge the chasm between sixteen years of education and the largely unknown world of work You Majored in What is truly a great guide for the soon to be launched student At a time when all job hunters are going to need to raise their level of job getting skills, Kate Brooks has provided the liberal arts grad with exactly what they need to compete and succeed Jaye R Roseborough, Executive Director, Career Services, Middlebury College A fresh and encouraging voice in the liberal arts job search wilderness Extremely helpful exercises and examples Will be very useful to both students and career counselors I plan to use it a lot Carolyn Couch, Associate Director of Career Services, Wake Forest University You Majored in What is a lifeline for parents and students who value a liberal arts education Katharine Brooks offers smart and accessible insights that turn the apparent chaos of a liberal arts major into a wandering map to illuminate many routes toward a fulfilling career and life James H Madison, Professor of History and Director, Liberal Arts and Management Program, Indiana University Students of all ages will gain valuable insight into their own interests, goals, and career aspirations from this book, even if all they do is skim the first 2 chapters You Majored in What helps young people find the connections between their interests and the inexhaustible career options available to them This book should be sent to every student with their letter of admission or given to every first year student at the start of orientation I hope to share it with my graduate students Paul Binkley, Director Career Development Services, The George Washington University The wisdom contained in this book could not have become available at a better time for the millions of Gen Y college students and recent graduates who are simultaneously struggling with crushing levels of student debt and the desire to find a career where they can do meaningful work that is of benefit to society Steven Rothberg An amazing, refreshing new perspective on an ancient question that does not leave sage advice behind This book takes tried and true concepts and adds meaning and organization One can t but help but think, engage and be encouraged by Kate s valuable wisdom Useful as a course text, a journal, a job search manual, or what it reads like a personal career companion, mentor or friend Born of chaos theory, this book is ready to deliver into the hands of the yearning who are eager to absorb it Loaded with images, constructive strategies, and meaningful advice, You Majored in What is intellectual, but practical, and readers will deepen their appreciation of their majors With its many examples, exercises, reflections and real life stories, this book has something for every reader to grab a hold of to achieve not only career success, but life and work success Denise Dwight Smith, Director, University Career Center, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Through the use of positive language, metaphors, and practical application, You Majored in What is a wonderful guide and workbook not only for the undergraduate student but also for the career center practitioner Whether a student, mentor, or coach, unquestionably you will be inspired and empowered by the possibilities that will result from the Wise Wandering and mapping activities Meg Flournoy, Associate Director, The Duke MBA Career Management Center You Majored in What will speak to the person in career transition or the college student simply overwhelmed by the options The tone is light and the exercises are manageable, designed to release your hidden dreams and strengths This is a fresh and much needed addition to the field of career development Beverly T Lorig, Director, Career Services, Washington You Majored in What is filled with interactive exercises and is written in an engaging and practical way This book will be a helpful resource for students as they consider their post college plans Deanne H Maxwell, Assistant Director, Student and 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