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Sean Cook

The Higher Ed Career Coach Show with Sean Cook


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Sean Cook is a life and career coach who specializes in working with higher ed professionals.

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Higher Ed Career Coach Sean Cook interviews Sarah Craddock, Academic Advisor for Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University, about her job, as part of a new series about Career Tracks in Higher Education. Listen in Friday... more

The Higher Ed Career Coach Show with Sean Cook returns with a "freenote" (free keynote) for student affairs professionals. Suitable for using in training meetings or team development, if you don't have the time or money to hire... more

Your resume gets you in the door. Or it doesn't. It won't get you a job. Its role is to get you noticed. In this episode, Career Coach and Certified Professional Resume Writer Sean Cook will talk about the art and science of resume writing,... more

When your job search stalls, it's discouraging. We're starting to reach that part of the year when interviews for the first big wave of vacancies from placement conferences comes to an end. How can you get back in the game? And what... more

This week was a hard one for anyone associated with Penn State. After hearing the horrible allegations against Jerry Sandusky, details flooded the media, speculation about what people should have done or not done took on a life of its... more

Motivation is sometimes hard to come by, but it's essential to keeping forward momentum in your career. If anyone knows this, it's online marketing strategist Tommy Walker, who went from being fired over pair of pants 3 years ago to... more

At some point, many educators find themselves looking at career options outside of academia. There are many reasons one might consider doing so...feeling stuck in a career rut, a change in interests, new opportunities that arise through... more

Many educators struggle with networking. Some see it as something people do in the corporate world, but not in academia. They don't always understand why they should network, or how to do it if they want to. Mary Vogl-Rauscher has taught... more

Many professionals start strong but struggle to define themselves when they arrive at the "middle" if their career tracks. Early career moves may have pointed them toward other paths than they imagined, or obstacles may keep them from... more
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