In college, it's easy to think you need to have the perfect major to land your dream job, but the times of taking a linear college to career path isn’t the standard anymore. On this podcast, host Jacqueline Grogan will be navigating the world of undergrad, from internships and careers to post-grad fellowships and graduate school and everything in between. Life after College isn't always what it seems. We'll get through it together.
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What You Must Know About Law School - Professor Carrie Russell '10
Host Jacqueline sits down with Vanderbilt's Director of Pre-Law Advising and Political Science professor, Carrie Russell '10, to debunk preconceived notions of law school and to discuss the importance of finding your purpose.
Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace - Career Coach Danielle Bolling
Host Jacqueline sits down with Career Center Coach, Danielle Bolling, to discuss the Imposter Syndrome and self confidence in the workplace.
Is Filmmaking a Viable Career? - with Bill Badi '19
Host Jacqueline sits down with Vanderbilt undergrad, Bill Badi '19, to discuss the viability and nuance of filmmaking as a career.
Running Your Own Business - Jamie McCormick '08
Host Jacqueline sits down with Vanderbilt alum, Jamie McCormick '08, to talk about what it's really like to start and run your own business and why you should pursue your niche interests.
Why LinkedIn Is Essential For Everyone - Sophia Anderson '20
Host Jacqueline sits down with Career Center colleague, Sophia Anderson '20, to debunk myths about the intimidating world of networking and personal branding.
Advice From A Philosophy Major Turned Investment Banker Turned Cannabis Grower - Wes Matelich '11
Host Jacqueline sits down with Vanderbilt alum, Wes Matelich '11, to talk steep learning curves on Wall Street, the importance of communicating with yourself, and how you can join his industry.
I love this podcast! Briana is amazing--intelligent, articulate, and professional. This podcast is great for college students, but also high schoolers and older adults who will be hiring and/or working with recent grads. Fascinating guests and a great concept. The message is relevant and Briana tackles difficult career topics with grace and professionalism.