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29 minutes | 12 days ago
Virtual Networking in a Pandemic
The global pandemic has interrupted many aspects of our daily lives, and that can include aspects of your career development and preparation. Networking under ‘normal’ circumstances is often seen as troublesome enough. In this new, primarily virtual, landscape, we need to adjust our methods, but we can still push forward in developing connections, learning about career paths/industries/employers, and using that information as we prepare for applying to positions in the future.
24 minutes | a month ago
Engaging Communities Through Art with Hannah Jacobson Blumenfeld
Hannah Jacobson Blumenfeld, a consultant for a variety of creative and community-based organizations, including Creative Forces: National Endowment for the Arts Military Healing Arts Network, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, and Serve Your City, discusses how art can be used to create public good and build community partnership.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Teaching Writing & Writing Literature with Prof. Susan Choi YC ’90
Prof. Choi discusses writing literary fiction and how teaching creative writing at Yale impacts her own creative process.
39 minutes | 5 months ago
Building a Writing Career with Leigh Bardugo, YC ’97
Leigh Bardugo, New York Times Bestselling Author of Shadow and Bone, Six of Crows, and Ninth House, discusses the joys and struggles of writing a first draft and the road to publication
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Producing a TV Show with Yahlin Chang YC ’94
The Handmaid’s Tale Co-Executive Producer Yahlin Chang discusses writing for the silver screen and the business of television.
26 minutes | 5 months ago
Assisting in Trauma Recovery with Mick Hirsch, DIV ’03
Mick Hirsch, Executive Director of THRIVEGulu, discusses his experience as a chaplain specializing in trauma recovery, his work resettling refugees in Cambodia, and THRIVEGulu’s humanitarian efforts in Uganda.
33 minutes | 5 months ago
Yale’s Women In Government Fellowship
The group talks with current Yale students who recently participated in Yale’s Women In Government Fellowship. Learn more about this particular program and also learn how students leverage experience in public service toward their career goals, whether they remain in government or not!
33 minutes | 6 months ago
Study Abroad & Its Career Implications
The group talks with current Yale students to hear how their study abroad experiences informed their career decisions and how they reflect upon those experiences when drafting their resume. The unique nature of a study abroad experience lends mightily to the development of one’s professional narrative, for years to come!
21 minutes | 6 months ago
Contemporary Novel Writing with Elyssa Friedland ’03
Author Elyssa Friedland discusses her transition from lawyer to novelist and being a creative writer in the modern world.
23 minutes | 7 months ago
Representing America Abroad with Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt, ’87 MA
Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt discusses his career in the State Department as the American ambassador to Ukraine and Greece and how you can develop leadership skills on the international level.
28 minutes | 8 months ago
The Skills To Pay The Bills: Acquiring Professional Experience
The group chats about the various ways by which individuals can identify professional experience, specifically existing experiences in their lives without needing to take on yet another hobby or side hustle. Assigning value to these experiences is immensely important and usually our own humility and modesty become our own worst enemy! This episode offers ways to combat that and move forward in a successful and confident manner.
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