Hey #SAgrad! Buy this book! “Job Searching in Student Affairs: Strategies to Land the Position YOU Want” by @PGLove33

Job searching in student affairs?  A graduate student, new professional or otherwise?  But this book: Job Searching in Student Affairs: Strategies to Land the Position YOU Want by Patrick Love I had the immense privilege to get a preview of this book while Patrick was writing it.  I helped with some light editing, advice and encouragement.  In the process, I fell in love with its approach to the subject matter.  For a number of years now, I’ve taught practicum courses at Merrimack College and Boston College, and I’m constantly trying to find resources… Read More

Stupid Resume Advice [REBLOG]

 paulgordonbrown: Once a month I re-blog a post that I find interesting and want to highlight.  This post comes from Patrick Love.  It’s a great reminder for the experienced job searcher and a great crash course for the new one.  It has some not-so-standard advice you might hear about your resume. Originally posted on Patrick Love’s Life: I love writing resumes. I love helping people write resumes. I love the fact that we are challenged to be creative and distinctive within an exceptionally constrained format. Not surprisingly then, I have thought a lot about resumes… Read More

SPOTLIGHT HigherEd #FollowFriday: @PGLove33

I love Patrick Love.  The current Vice President of Student Affairs at NYIT, Patrick has been a leader in higher education through roles as a scholar, a speaker, and a disruptor.  It is perhaps this last quality that makes me appreciate Patrick the most.  He is constant striving to look at things in new ways and to try to push others to reach out for excellence.  Follow Patrick if you want a unique and informed take on the higher education space. Follow @PGLove33 This is a post from my ongoing effort every Friday to… Read More