Career Wisdom for College Students

Career Wisdom for College Students

Insights You Won't Get in Class, on the Internet, or From your Parents

Book - 2007
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Vogt (counseling, U. of Wisconsin-Whitewater) offers advice to college students on the choosing of a major and other decisions leading them to their career path. Advice includes how to balance skills with passions and interests, seeking career information from non-school sources including practitioners, confronting internal beliefs and external influences (including how to think "what will I do first?" rather than "what will I do with my life?"), how to gain experience, and how to land jobs through attitude and presentation. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Blackwell North Amer
Career Wisdom for College Students is a career-advice book for those who need it most - college students facing monumental decisions about their future but who may not have all the information they need. More than 60 articles offer advice and aid to first-time job seekers and college students during the formative time when a major is chosen, an initial career path is charted, and internship and work-experience opportunities abound.

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Career Wisdom for College Students is a career advice book for those who need it most&151college students facing monumental decisions about their future but who may not have all the information they need. Offering insight readers won't get in class, on the Internet, or from their parents, expert author Peter Vogt guides college students through the process of career preparation. While many books exist to aid the first-time job seeker or the recent college graduate, few offer help during the formative time when a major is chosen, an initial career path is charted, and internship and work experience opportunities abound.

This volume consists of more than 60 advice articles separated into four major sections: "Take A Look Around-A Real Look Around," "Be Careful What You Think You Know," "Build Your Skills and Experience Through Hands-on Activities," and "Land the Job You Really Want." An epilogue offers advice on getting the most out of your campus career counselor, and an appendix suggests helpful resources for further research or career exploration.

Topics include:
  • What Are You Good At? Ask Someone Else!
  • You Can Make a Career Out of Almost Anything
  • Career Decision-Making Traps to Avoid
  • Money, Status, and Power Aren't the Only Forms of Pay
  • Experience Isn't Optional; It's Essential
  • Don't Take Your Technology Skills for Granted
  • Introverts Can Network Too
  • "Out-research" Your Competitors, Win the Job.


Publisher: New York : Ferguson, c2007
ISBN: 9780816068371
0816068372
9780816068388
0816068380
Characteristics: xviii, 286 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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