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Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a personalized bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and held jobs working with nonprofits and various educational professions. She eventually earned a Masters in International and Higher Education from Harvard University and stayed in Massachusetts as a career advisor at Brandeis University, Framingham State UniversityEmerson College, Tufts University, Lesley University and at Wellesley College. 

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Why being an empathetic listener is an important soft skill in this profession
  • Why your major doesn’t matter if you want to break into this field
  • How to network authentically
  • What Master’s degrees are most useful if you want to advance in this field
  • Why experiential learning is so valuable 
  • What ‘flow’ is and how to follow it into the right career
  • Why to seek out mentors at college and after you graduate
  • If you want to listen to Becky’s main T4C episode check out episode #369
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