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The goal of the Graduate Job Podcast is to help you achieve the graduate job of your dreams. Each week we speak to inspiring authors, coaches, graduate recruiters and entrepreneurs in the field of graduate recruitment, as they share their expert knowledge and advice. We cover all aspects of getting a graduate job, from internships and placements, to CV’s, online applications, interviews and assessment centres. Whether you are looking for a career in finance and banking, or wanting to work wi ...
 
The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY) is a leader in public graduate education devoted to enhancing the public good through pioneering research, serious learning, and reasoned debate. The Graduate Center offers ambitious students more than 40 doctoral and master’s programs of the highest caliber, taught by top faculty from throughout CUNY — the nation’s largest public urban university. Through its nearly 40 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced ...
 
Graduate Compass is a podcast for those who aren't sure what to do after university/college and who are interested in exploring different career options. Each episode Cian aims to teach about alternative career paths through the stories, experiences, triumphs and mistakes of graduates who went before. Each episode stands alone so you can pick and choose areas that most interest you. While this is aimed at recent graduates and final year students. There is something to learn for everyone inte ...
 
We're two graduates lost in the world trying to share a little humour and accept our penniless futures as writers who somehow ended up in France together. One reformed tabloid journalist and one casual philosopher make up this duo who think being lost is only as scary as you make it.
 
This monthly podcast—featuring creatives from top global brands—shares stories from designers, marketers, writers, and others in the creative community to help you turn aspiration into action.The one uniting theme across each story? Each interviewee has opted to pursue their own creative dreams, whether that means through a life of travel, entrepreneurship, or an innovative model of their own making.Our goal? To create a means for world-class innovation to inform everyday interaction. Hosted ...
 
Do you study album credits? Do you sit in your driveway waiting to hear the rest of a good song? Get annoyed when someone refers to "Baba O'Riley" as "Teenage Wasteland?" You may want to listen to the monthly Jukebox Graduate podcast that longtime friends Eugene Edwards (Dwight Yoakam) and Dave Rayburn co-host. It will be two friends talking about music with guests and an attempt to share our discoveries and experiences. Sometimes music helps us understand our world, sometimes ourselves. Thi ...
 
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The Arab Spring protests started in December 2010. In this episode we examine the impact and legacy of the Arab Spring 10 years on. My guest is Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamedou, Professor of International History and Chair of the International History Department at the Graduate Institute.저자 Dan Graham, Mahmoud Mohamedou
 
New York City’s 55 transfer schools serve over 13,000 high school–aged students who have dropped out of or stopped attending their traditional high schools. Operating with constrained budgets and under the constant threat of closure, these schools, sometimes referred to as alternative high schools, nonetheless can transform the lives of the student…
 
A warm welcome to the first episode of the UK's number one careers podcast for 2021. It might be cold outside but I have a special guest who will warm you up with his brilliant careers advice as we tackle the perennial issue of how to get a job you love, it is, of course, the one, the only, John Lees. In the show today we explore whether it is stil…
 
The word coaching is often associated with sport, but did you know that people often use coaching in their working lives, often to help them achieve something specific or to help improve their work performance. In todays episode Cian speaks to his own coach Gill Casson, about the world of coaching and how to be more resilient. (Note: If you are int…
 
Melissa Checker is the Hagedorn Professor of Urban Studies at Queens College and associate professor of Anthropology and Psychology at The Graduate Center, CUNY. She joins The Thought Project to discuss her latest book, The Sustainability Myth: Environmental Gentrification and the Politics of Justice. The book unpacks the ways in which the so-calle…
 
By the time Patrick got to the end of his time studying Graphic Design he knew it was no longer for him. After deciding to get a job as a kitchen porter he got his first taste of working in the service industry and quickly fell in love with the work involved in making an establishment a pleasure experience for customers. Now a Supervisor for Good D…
 
Networking can be a stressful experience at the best of times, but it can be even worse if you don't know where your career is going and how it might benefit you. In this episode Cian speaks to marketing strategist Jeni Smith from https://www.networkingknowho.com/ about how to approach networking if you aren't sure which direction your career is go…
 
This episode features a discussion between Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, former Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations and Co-Chair of the International Crisis Group, and Professor Keith Krause, Director of the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the escalation of c…
 
Martin D. Ruck, a professor of psychology and urban education and senior advisor to the president for diversity and inclusion at The Graduate Center, CUNY, is leading the GC’s drive to achieve diversity and anti-racism goals laid out last spring in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. In this podcast, Ruck discusses the proje…
 
With the Brexit transition period officially ending on 31 December, what will happen next between the UK and the EU? This episode features Cédric Dupont, Professor of International Relations and Political Science, and president of Executive Education at the Graduate Institute. In this episode, Professor Dupont discusses the freedom of movement for …
 
This episode features a discussion between David Nabarro, Co-Director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London and Special Envoy of WHO Director General on COVID-19 and Ilona Kickbusch, founding Director and Chair of the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.The COVID-19 pandemic reveals that our food…
 
When James first planned to go to University in 1985 it was clear his future career would have to be something he loved and that allowed him to be creative. But he never could have guessed that the answer to both those requirements lay in the most unlikely of places....Pensions.저자 Cian O'Sullivan
 
Tsedale Melaku, author of You Don’t Look Like a Lawyer: Black Women and Systemic Gendered Racism and alumna of The Graduate Center, CUNY, where she is currently a postdoctoral fellow, joins The Thought Project podcast to discuss race, gender, and racism within American institutions, including universities. Melaku seeks to bring the racial equity an…
 
A big hello to the 111th episode of the UK’s number 1 career podcast, and I’ve got a special episode for you this week, a fast-growing UK tech company with 3 brilliant graduate schemes on offer, I’m pleased to welcome to the show, Computacenter. In today’s show, we explore Computacenter in detail, looking at what exactly the company does and diving…
 
Mark Yates is a career advisor with over 25 years experience working in career guidance. In this bonus episode Cian asks him for his advice for listeners who want to move forward with their career but don't know how. His seven points to help anymore move forward were. 1) Doing something is better than nothing 2) Your classmates can help you learn m…
 
Americans are coping with unemployment, hunger, and housing insecurity at levels that rival the Great Depression, according to Mimi Abramovitz, the Bertha Capen Reynolds Professor of Social Work at Hunter College and a professor of social welfare at The Graduate Center, CUNY. A prolific writer and researcher, she is among the noted policy experts c…
 
Chemical Engineering, Film, Electronic Engineering, Cartography, and finally Radio. Ken's journey through his undergraduate was as different and varied as it gets. But when he finally finished got his degree and found himself in London with £1000 in his pocket. He couldn't afford to be fussy, he needed a job and fast. He had no idea a career in mar…
 
Niamh loved French and Spanish but when she graduated she didn't want to be a teacher and didn't want to be a translator. Listen to how Niamh's move into the business world helped her add different skills to her arsenal that would allow her go after a completely different type of job.저자 Cian O'Sullivan
 
In the 110th episode of the UK’s number 1 career podcast, I have a very special guest returning to the show after a gap of 5 years. An innovative graduate scheme which offers a fast-track route into the field of mental health social work, it is, of course, the brilliant Think Ahead scheme. In today’s show, we explore Think Ahead in detail, looking …
 
Jo Linehan is one of Ireland's leading journalist on the topics of Fashion and Sustainability but she didn't always know what she wanted to do. Listen to her story about how she became not only a journalist but also an entrepreneur. Jo also runs the fantastic podcast 'The Futurist' which focuses on sustainable lifestyle, fashion and beauty brands. …
 
Robin L. Garrell started her role as president of The Graduate Center, CUNY in early August – just about 100 days ago. An accomplished biomedical engineer, she was previously vice provost for graduate education and dean of the graduate division at UCLA. In this episode, she reflects on moving across the country to lead The Graduate Center during a …
 
Lisa's love of English led her to an undergraduate in it and then to start a masters in the same field, but while doing her masters she realized she had taken it as far as she could take it and decided to quit leaving her asking the question what next? She loved education but didn't know where she could fit in the system. She slowly began to find t…
 
As the votes in the U.S. presidential election are still being counted, Graduate Center, CUNY professors and political experts Heath Brown and Charles Tien join The Thought Project to discuss what’s ahead for our country. They assess the depth of the blue-red divide, the strength of voter turnout, and how the election could play out in the courts. …
 
Hello and welcome to episode 109 of the Graduate Job Podcast, the UK’s number 1 careers podcast, and I have a great episode for you today, a company who you probably haven’t thought of applying to, who have £27 billion to spend over the next 5 years, yes you heard that correctly, £27 billion, with a B, and who have 7 different graduate schemes on o…
 
The topic of this episode is the impact of the upcoming US elections on Democracy and features Professor Shalini Randeria. Professor Randeria is Professor of Social Anthropology and Sociology and is director of the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy at the Graduate Institute. She is also Rector of the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna and ho…
 
As Kate started to look to life after university in Leeds she wasn't 100% sure of what she wanted to do except she knew she didn't want to work in neuroscience. A bold change in direction would lead her to working in a number of different areas before landing a dream role in the charity sector.저자 Cian O'Sullivan
 
On the brink of the U.S. presidential election, Javier Padilla, a political science Ph.D. student at The Graduate Center, CUNY, discusses how affective polarization is impacting our country. The term refers to the animosity between Democrats and Republicans that extends beyond politics. The COVID-19 pandemic, Padilla asserts, has intensified this p…
 
This episode features a discussion with Helen Clark, Former Minister of New Zealand and former Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, and Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamedou, Professor of International History at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. The so-called War on Drugs has led to devastating consequences. According to Helen Clark, it is…
 
Welcome to episode 108 of the UK’s number 1 career podcast. And today we go transatlantic again in the search for the best job search advice on the planet, as I speak with bestselling author Lauren Herring, author of the new book ‘Take Control of Your Job Search!: 10 Emotions You Must Master to Land the Job’. In today’s episode we focus on that top…
 
Adam went to University to follow his passion and to get a job in the area of his greatest hobby and interest. However he realized that jobs in this area were not what he thought they would be. A need to earn some money while studying would lead him to finding a career path he loved and was just as passionate about.…
 
This episode features a discussion with Philippe Sands, Professor of Laws and Director of the Centre on International Courts and Tribunals at University College London, and Zachary Douglas, Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. Philippe Sands explains the challenges he faced while writing his new book "The Ratline: Love,…
 
A big hello to episode 107 of the UK’s number 1 career podcast. And today we explore the topic of interviews, and specifically the small mistakes that people make in a job interview that can have big and bad consequences, as I chat with author Anne Baum. We delve into Anne’s new book and explore how you can make a great impression in a face to face…
 
Ayfa didn't study her degree straight after school but when she finally did she wasted no time and dove straight into her new academic life. So much that she ended up working in academia but when reality meant she needed to find a career path she was open to whatever came her way, and it turned out HR was a really great fit.…
 
Kevin Nadal is a professor of psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is one of the leading researchers on the effect of microaggressions, or subtle forms of discrimination, on the mental and physical health of people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people; and members of…
 
Hello and a warm welcome to episode 106 of the UK's number 1 career podcast. It’s the beginning of the application process for graduate schemes, internships, vacation schemes and training contracts, and I have a beauty for you today. No matter who you apply to, for whatever type of scheme, you are going to have to do an online test, and increasingl…
 
When Zach Horne got into an Ivy league school in the U.S.A. he was expecting to follow his degree subject into the world of work, but as he graduated he began to realize this wasn't the path he wanted to go down. A chance to go overseas would delay having to make a career decision but would also give him some alternative career ideas to explore.…
 
Margaret M. Chin is an associate professor of sociology at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. She is the author of two books, including the most recent, Stuck: Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder. In Stuck, she portrays how second-generation Asian Americans who graduated from college between 1980 and 2008 have…
 
Stanley Renshon is a professor of political science at Lehman College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is also a trained psychoanalyst who has used these skills in his examination of four U.S. presidents: George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Donald J. Trump, whom Renshon examines in his latest book: The Real Psychology of the Trump Pres…
 
Olivier Roy, politologue spécialiste de l'islam, professeur à l’Institut universitaire européen de Florence, et Jean-François Bayart, professeur en anthropologie à l’IHEID et titulaire de la chaire Yves Oltramare « Religion et politique dans le monde contemporain », discutent de la compréhension culturelle de l’extension du domaine des normes. Ils …
 
Ciara always wanted to find a career path she loved, and after years of working in the field of business in roles she didn't enjoy she realized she had to take a step back to find it. After following her passion and going back to college to study a masters degree in writing, it would be her lecturer who would suggest a career path that she had neve…
 
I’m pleased to announce that my ‘How to Get a Graduate Job’ course is now LIVE! This step-by-step course is designed to take you by the hand and guide you through the tricky process of applying for and getting a graduate job. I’ve been working on it full time for the last 5 months, and it is packed chock full of everything that you need to do to ge…
 
When Josh Coles left university it seemed he had a future in the media all laid out for him having done everything he should have done to get his career behind the microphone going during his degree. However slowly he began to realize a career in the media wasn't for him and he would soon find himself in front of the microphone in a very different …
 
Stanley Renshon is a professor of political science at Lehman College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is also a trained psychoanalyst who has used these skills in his examination of four U.S. presidents: George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Donald J. Trump, whom Renshon examines in his latest book: The Real Psychology of the Trump Pres…
 
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