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Nonlinear empowers listeners with the perspective and skills to take charge of their careers. Industry professionals blazing unique career paths share their story with compulsive-networker Christin and fellow University of New Hampshire student, and friend, Mark.
Episodes every other Monday. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

///Intro Music Credit: "Perspectives" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Nonlinear: The Career Networking Podcast UNH CaPS

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Nonlinear empowers listeners with the perspective and skills to take charge of their careers. Industry professionals blazing unique career paths share their story with compulsive-networker Christin and fellow University of New Hampshire student, and friend, Mark.
Episodes every other Monday. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

///Intro Music Credit: "Perspectives" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nonlinear/support

    2: Internship Panel

    2: Internship Panel

    This week, six student panelists share lessons learned during their summer internship and give advice to internship-seeking students.

    Their name, the company they worked for and their major in speaking order. (R-L in the picture):
    Brandon Blaesing, Apple, Chemical Engineering; Madison Wood, Summer Research Opportunity Program at Northwestern University, Earth Science; Christin Badylak-Reals, National Grid, Mechanical Engineering; Kyle Sanders, Hubbell Burndy, Mechanical Engineering; Sam Skinner, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Civil Engineering; and Hannah Mathieu, Visa, Information Technology.

    Moderated by Riannon Nute, Career Counselor with UNH CaPS.

    Questions:
    1. Please introduce yourselves by sharing your name, major, year in school, and what experience you participated in this summer.
    2. How did you learn about your position? What was your search process like?
    3. What was the process to get your position? What steps did you need to take?
    4. Tell us about your experience. What did you do every day? Did you contribute to a larger project, or work on a repetitive task? What type of training did you get or not get? What was your favorite part of the summer?
    5. Tell us about how you were compensated. Not the amount, but was your experience paid/unpaid, hourly or a stipend, was housing provided or did you commute?
    6. What advice do you have for other students?

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    • 31 min
    1: Bob Reals is a Project Manager in Energy Efficiency

    1: Bob Reals is a Project Manager in Energy Efficiency

    Christin's #1 networking coach & father joins us on the show. Bob is a project manager in energy efficiency with 30 years of experience. He's an MBA graduate of SUNY Albany with an undergraduate degree in political science and minor in environmental studies. As a kid, he dreamed of being the next Jacques Cousteau. It wasn't until he had an informational interview with a marine biologist working at a large oil company, that he discovered a more suitable career path.

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    • 31 min
    "I just don't know what I'm gonna do when I graduate..."

    "I just don't know what I'm gonna do when I graduate..."

    NONLINEAR's very first episode. Why career networking? Why nonlinear? Join Christin and Mark as they answer these questions.


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    • 21 min

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