Big thank you to Kenneth Kinney for having me on his radio show, “An Education That Works” on KWAM 990 on Tuesday morning.
I appeared along with a host of students and professors from Victory University. It was Kenneth’s last radio program for Victory, as they announced they are closing their school.
Students and professors shared their fond memories of the school. I spoke about steps to take when an unexpected layoff occurs, and how to seek out experience when you’re just starting your career. As you know, it’s hard to find a job when you’ve never had one before.
My heart goes out to all of those impacted by this change. I wish them the very best in their search for new schools, and new jobs.
Listen to the interview below.
A huge thank you goes out to Kenneth Kinney who included me in his latest “An Education That Works” television show for Victory University. It appeared on Saturday morning on Local 24.
He interviewed me and Alex Matlock from ContigoCreative. We shared information about the upcoming Multicultural Career Fair, and tips for how to best navigate a career fair.
Watch the show below to learn more. For additional tips, read my previous e-newsletter, Working the (career fair) room like a pro. If you need assistance in preparing for your next career fair, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
Great news! Yesterday morning, you may have heard me on Kenneth Kinney’s radio show, “An Education That Works,” on KWAM 990.
Kenneth produces the show for Victory University to help educate the students and community members on career skills, and related topics.
Tuesday, Kenneth interviewed me, along with Alex Matlock and Brian Lowe from Contigo Creative. We discussed career advice, interview tips, and the upcoming Memphis Multicultural Job Fair.
My interview begins at 27 minutes, 30 seconds.