The all-new Your Career Is Calling, with Frank Kovacs and Wanda Ellett, is proudly underwritten by Rider University’s Office of Career Services and College of Continuing Studies and our newest sponsor Harwill Express Press, 3175 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ.
To listen to past episodes, please click on the links below.
The Psychology of the Job Search – March 30, 2014 – Frank talks with Richard Paino of Toastmasters International about his consulting work on the proper mindset to have both in the workplace and in job transition.
Spring 2014 Career Fair – March 27, 2014 – Wanda attends the Office of Career Services’ Spring 2014 Career Fair and interviews professionals on their recruitment requirements.
Behind the Scenes at The Bronc – March 23, 2014 – Frank and Wanda are joined by The Bronc’s General Manager John Mozes. He discuses his career path as well as tips and advice for those who work in a creative field.
How Haydle Helps You – March 16, 2014 – Frank and Wanda are joined by Greg Meany. They discuss how Haydle and social media can help your business grow and function.
Frankly, People Are Vital – March 8, 2014 – Frank and Wanda are joined by Frank Wander and Frank Perrone of PeopleProductive to discuss the human side of IT departments and companies and how best to maintain and improve your human capital.
You: The Product – February 9, 2014 – George Pace of Keep The Pace returns to the show to talk with Frank and Wanda about using different technologies to market yourself and your skills to potential employers.
Back in the Saddle – January 12, 2014 – Karen Rubin of Princeton Career Coaching comes into the studio to talk with Frank and Wanda about re-entering the job market after an extended leave, especially as it applies to women on maternity leave.
Leaping to Your Next Career Junction – January 5, 2014 – In the first live show of the new year, Wanda talks with Mahesh Harvu, author of Spaghetti Minds about being in the right state of mind for the job search.
*If you are interested in any of the past shows, contact the show’s producer, Giancarlo Aversa via email.