The best person to give advice is someone who’s already been there and done that. Our favorite professional women are here for a three-part heart-to-heart conversation. Whether you’re new to the job search or thinking about making a change, these ladies are passing on their best tips. The best part of your career is yet to come—so tune in and jump start your success!
PNC is one of the fastest-growing banks in the country, with more than 50,000 employees. Join us as we pay a visit to PNC headquarters. We talked to women about PNC’s approach to work/life balance, the challenges and rewards of working in financial services, and what kind of experience and training PNC is looking for. In this episode, we talk with Carol Cozen, a senior vice-president and credit executive in the public finance/health care group, and Marsha Jones, chief diversity officer at PNC.
Forté company representatives discuss the summer internship recruiting process. Recruiters will provide tips for preparing your resume and interviewing successfully.
Can you commit to doing something every day on behalf of your career? Lindsey Pollak, bestselling author of Becoming the Boss, Getting From College To Career, and Women For Hire, is sharing her best career secrets with us. Just starting your job search? Thinking about making a switch? The next few minutes might just change your life!
Are you getting ready to apply for a summer internship or a full-time job? Click here to listen to our webinar that covers everything college women need to know about landing your dream internship: from putting together a great resume, to preparing for interviews, to other top tips.
This time we check in with Lindsey Pollak, author of Getting From College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World, about building an online presence to help launch your career. We also hear from Kimberly Hall of the Mayo Clinic, and Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota alumna. Kimberly built her career in human resources, and she talks about what attracted her to the field and the educational background that helped her get started.