YOUR Career: Navigate Your Path to Career Success

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Copyright: 2024

Pages: 200

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Acknowledgments

Chapter 1 Understanding the Career Development Process
Chapter 2 Attitude and Your Dream Job
Chapter 3 What Employers Want
Chapter 4 Resume
Chapter 5 Online Profile and Your Brand
Chapter 6 The Hunt and Your Adventure
Chapter 7 Connecting and Communicating
Chapter 8 Interviewing
Chapter 9 The Offer and Negotiations
Chapter 10 Making a Difference

Career Resources and Links
About the Author

Kenneth Buckley
Kenneth Buckley is Assistant Dean for Career Management at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Kenneth has a BBA in Marketing and an MBA from Baylor. Prior to his role at Baylor he had a successful career as an executive in the semiconductor and technology industry. Kenneth and his wife, Lynn have two children, Lacy and Lance and five amazing grandchildren.
Jeffrey S. Stubbs
Jeffrey Stubbs is a veteran multinational business executive. During his 30-year career, Jeffrey led the recruiting, hiring, and development of several hundred thousand individuals. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, he currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Career Management for Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. He has a BBA from Texas State University and an MBA from Texas A&M University. Jeffrey and his wife, Danna love and adore their two children and four grandchildren.
Michael C. Estepp

Michael Estepp is the Director of Graduate Career Management at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Michael is passionate about coaching students and helping them reach their true career potential. Michael has a BBA in Entrepreneurship and Management as well as an MBA from Baylor. Before joining Baylor, Michael spent 10 plus years in operations management, training development and sales, human resources, staffing services, and executive recruiting. Michael and his wife Deanna, have three children, Boyd, Grayson, and Kara.

"College to the Career You Love is a must read for every college student beginning their journey to find an internship or job. I have met so many people that would have benefited from reading this book and gaining the insight it provides before starting their career searching.  I believe that students especially in their freshman and sophomore years need to read this book to fully understand the depth of career searching. I myself have loaned this book off to a couple of my friends at different schools who were beginning the process and who were so grateful I let them borrow the book. They kept saying there were many things that they would not have been prepared for if it weren't for the book.  I would HIGHLY recommend this book to people if they do not know much about the process of career searching or want to brush up on some things. It even includes personal stories from Mr. Buckley so that every type of person can connect to it at a deeper level. This book is a must read for college students."

-Hayley H., Student

College to the Career You Love was a text that introduced to me to the major keys of competing in the entry level job market. As a young undergraduate student experiencing the interview process, I can confirm that the book had an instant impact of my interview performances. The personal anecdotes, analogies, and step- by-step directions are exactly what a student needs to be exposed to before beginning their career development. This was a fantastic book and had an immediate and strong impact on my personal interviewing skills and strategies!”

-Christian H., Student

New Edition Coming Soon!

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1 Understanding the Career Development Process
Chapter 2 Attitude and Your Dream Job
Chapter 3 What Employers Want
Chapter 4 Resume
Chapter 5 Online Profile and Your Brand
Chapter 6 The Hunt and Your Adventure
Chapter 7 Connecting and Communicating
Chapter 8 Interviewing
Chapter 9 The Offer and Negotiations
Chapter 10 Making a Difference

Career Resources and Links
About the Author

Kenneth Buckley
Kenneth Buckley is Assistant Dean for Career Management at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Kenneth has a BBA in Marketing and an MBA from Baylor. Prior to his role at Baylor he had a successful career as an executive in the semiconductor and technology industry. Kenneth and his wife, Lynn have two children, Lacy and Lance and five amazing grandchildren.
Jeffrey S. Stubbs
Jeffrey Stubbs is a veteran multinational business executive. During his 30-year career, Jeffrey led the recruiting, hiring, and development of several hundred thousand individuals. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, he currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Career Management for Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. He has a BBA from Texas State University and an MBA from Texas A&M University. Jeffrey and his wife, Danna love and adore their two children and four grandchildren.
Michael C. Estepp

Michael Estepp is the Director of Graduate Career Management at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Michael is passionate about coaching students and helping them reach their true career potential. Michael has a BBA in Entrepreneurship and Management as well as an MBA from Baylor. Before joining Baylor, Michael spent 10 plus years in operations management, training development and sales, human resources, staffing services, and executive recruiting. Michael and his wife Deanna, have three children, Boyd, Grayson, and Kara.

"College to the Career You Love is a must read for every college student beginning their journey to find an internship or job. I have met so many people that would have benefited from reading this book and gaining the insight it provides before starting their career searching.  I believe that students especially in their freshman and sophomore years need to read this book to fully understand the depth of career searching. I myself have loaned this book off to a couple of my friends at different schools who were beginning the process and who were so grateful I let them borrow the book. They kept saying there were many things that they would not have been prepared for if it weren't for the book.  I would HIGHLY recommend this book to people if they do not know much about the process of career searching or want to brush up on some things. It even includes personal stories from Mr. Buckley so that every type of person can connect to it at a deeper level. This book is a must read for college students."

-Hayley H., Student

College to the Career You Love was a text that introduced to me to the major keys of competing in the entry level job market. As a young undergraduate student experiencing the interview process, I can confirm that the book had an instant impact of my interview performances. The personal anecdotes, analogies, and step- by-step directions are exactly what a student needs to be exposed to before beginning their career development. This was a fantastic book and had an immediate and strong impact on my personal interviewing skills and strategies!”

-Christian H., Student