Honoring the Victims

For all of them, their lives will never be quite the same. And even for the rest of us, the impact is palpable in our everyday lives and relationships.

How can we best remember and honor these victims? One answer is that we – every one of us – make sure that we achieve the lives that are forever denied to these seventeen victims. And this means achieving the success, happiness, and meaningful education, career, family, and social goals that we strive to reach in the future.

Rethinking the Use of the Verb to Start a Résumé Item

Rethinking the Use of the Verb to Start a Résumé Item

You want your resume reader to see the key words that really paint a picture of you. If it’s a verb, fine; but it doesn’t have to be. You must therefore ask yourself is, “If there is ONE word in this item that I want my reader to see FIRST, what is that word?” That’s the word that should begin the item. You then find a way to write the rest of the item, starting with that key word. And, yes, it might be a verb, but it doesn’t have to be – it could be a noun, or a name, or even a number. The first word may not always be what you think, and selecting the best first word depends on what one wants to emphasize.

The Career Workshop: design your story, craft your career, understand your purpose, and deliver impact.

The Career Workshop: design your story, craft your career, understand your purpose, and deliver impact.

“College students should have significant practice solving complex problems with diverse groups of collaborators in order to prepare for the challenges they will face in the workplace and in civic life.” – Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and