Career Directions

This episode features an interview of Co-Founder, David Pecoraro by Co-Founder, Daniel de Roulet about a course he teaches: Career Directions and Your Daily Bread.
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6 Comments

  1. Hi Maureen,
    Thank you for catching the sign-up form bug.
    We are working on correcting it.
    In the mean time, I’ll email the paper to you directly.
    Take care! David

  2. Very interesting postand thanks for post..

  3. More colleges need to have this class! I wish I had a group of people I could talk to about my choices; especially a group of my peers. Great post.

    • We agree. Thanks for your comments. Some universities have do have this, but not many. Prof. David Pecoraro

  4. “There is no luck, you work hard and study things intently. If you do that for long and hard enough you’re successful”
    http://projectmanagementacademy.net/select-location.php

  5. @business Good to know – if you having any difficulties – just email me and I’ll fix them –  david@studentcaring.com

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