Resilience Building for Recent Grads Starting their Job Search: Interview with Sarah Lang
As we enter spring and summer, students are looking for jobs in this uncertain period of COVID. As if job hunting wasn’t hard enough, COVID makes it even trickier. We wanted to share some career related posts from last year, like this one, that would be helpful to students who are trying to find […]Learn More
Starting a Non-Profit: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview Megan Kee, the founder of 20/20 Arts, a non-profit organization dedicated to the production of innovative art projects that raise awareness, visibility, and fund for charitable organizations about Starting a Non-Profit. This week’s episode is part of our Careers in the Arts series, where we talk to young professionals with Fine Arts or […]Learn More
Finding a Job as COVID-19 Continues: Interview with Alif Huq
Last spring, we interviewed Alif on the challenges and opportunities facing young adults during COVID-19. We thought this topic would be relevant for students looking for summer jobs, as well as recent graduates attempting to enter the already competitive job market. As the pandemic continues, these tips continue to be relevant. Alif Huq is […]Learn More
Finding a Job as COVID Continues: Podcast Episode Live!
Last spring, we discussed the challenges of finding a job during a pandemic withcontent marketing specialist, Alif Huq. Unfortunately, we are still in a COVID lockdown, which is discouraging for new graduates. All hope is not lost though. Alif shares some tips with new grads to make the best use of this tricky time. […]Learn More
Exam Anxiety: Interview with Lisa Pfau
This week we will be interviewing Lisa Pfau, the founder and CEO of Pfau Academic Writing, about the stress caused by assignments and exams. We thought this topic would be helpful to our listeners who are about to enter the final exam season. Exam anxiety is a real and serious problem that can hinder students’ […]Learn More
Mind-Body Connection: Interview with Kali Hewitt-Blackie
We interviewed Kali Hewitt-Blackie on the connection between the mind and body. We wanted to talk about this topic because prioritizing health, both mental and physical, given all the external stresses of 2020 – COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, economic recession, and so forth. Kali Hewitt-Blackie is a registered psychotherapist and Aikido instructor. Kali […]Learn More
An Inside Look into the Life of Professor: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview, Danielle Law, PhD, and Associate Professor in Psychology and Youth and Children’s Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, about her journey in academia and her thoughts on finding a career as a recent graduate. HIGHLIGHTS An insider’s look into the life and work of a busy academic Advice and things to consider for undergraduate […]Learn More
The Student Experience: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview, Lisa Meng, a recent Bachelor of Psychology graduate, about the what she has learned after reflecting on her four years of undergraduate experience. HIGHLIGHTS Things to think about when transitioning from high school to university The importance of accessing campus resources What to avoid during your first-year The pros and cons of roommates […]Learn More
Meet our CEO: Interview with Lisa Pfau
Lisa Pfau is the founder, CEO, and Sr. Coach at PFAU Academic Writing. We discussed how she came to be an entrepreneur, writer, coach, and teacher. We also talk about her own experiences writing papers and applying for Grad School, and how she uses those experiences inform the coaching she provides to clients. As the […]Learn More
The Art of Application Writing: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview Lisa Pfau, founder and CEO of PFAU Academic Writing, on the grad school application process as she reflects on her own journey on becoming a writing coaching and entrepreneur. HIGHLIGHTS Her journey to building the business Advice for students who have yet to uncover their passion The art of selling yourself in a […]Learn More