In addition to transforming your resume (and cover letter) from higher ed to corporate language, we often get asked where to start with regard to finding open positions. Here we share key sites or resources that we have found helpful. Bookmark this blog because we’ll… Read More »Where are the jobs?
By Tom Studdert, Ed.D. By now, many of you know my story. For 20 years, I worked on a college campus, usually in a Student Union Building or Student Services Building (although I did spend several years in Old Main at Arizona State University –… Read More »The Elevator: Navigating Your First Day at Your New Job
We’ll talk about this a lot this season but terminology is key in helping to frame and translate your higher education experience into a corporate setting. This terminology is useful for articulating your skills and experience on your application materials (e.g. resume and cover letter).… Read More »HE ↔️ Corporate Terminology: You say tom-ay-toes, I say tom-ah-toes
I Made the Pivot. And I’m doing more than surviving – I’m Thriving. Yes. You heard it here. You can make the pivot (or transition) out of higher education into a position in more of a corporate setting and not just survive, but thrive. Let’s… Read More »Tom’s Pivot from Higher Ed to L&D
As I approach my four-year anniversary working in a position adjacent to universities, it seems like the appropriate time to answer the question I am most frequently asked by those working in university settings. “What are the similarities and differences between working at a university… Read More »Jaimie’s Pivot Out of (Campus-Based) Education