Notes from Talk: "USM Communication Studies Graduate Student Professional Development Workshop."
Special thanks goes to T&D colleague Pui Charoensap-Kelly for inviting me to provide some thoughts on this topic.
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Other careerists may find it useful, but this blog is mainly for students I teach at my primary job with Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Due to St. Louis's and Missouri's declining legal structure and its inability to protect the rights of all citizens, I will be shifting focus to Nashville, a fast-growing jobs market. I will continue my search for opportunities throughout the Southern Illinois region (on the East side of the Mississippi River).
This week, I have added a few more jobs to welcome Nashville into the fold. I primarily searched for "training development" and "instructional design positions":
It's been a few years since I've updated this video. It's actionable writing advice for professionals who struggle to say nice things about themselves.
I gave a presentation to a section of Business and Professional Communication (CMST 280) at Southern Illinois University. Here's a list the resources that I covered: