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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.

COMING SOON!   Your Career Is Calling will be making the switch from online episodes to Podcasts. Be sure to look up Your Career is Calling on Itunes to download the newest episodes. Until the transition is complete click below to hear the most recent episodes of Your Career Is Calling.

The Ghost of Episodes Past - September 21, 2014 – Wanda reviews our show for the past year, going over important themes and insight.

Learning From Other’s Mistakes – September 14, 2014 – Keith Bogen of the Whine and Dine Networking Group comes onto the show to talk with Frank and Wanda about the biggest job candidate mistakes, from resumé grammar to networking faux pas.

The Next Generation of Netiqutte – September 7, 2014 – For the first show of the 2014 academic year, Frank and Wanda talk with Paul Babicki about his new book “Netiquette IQ – A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email”, focusing on helping the millennial generation of job-seekers put their best electronic foot forward.

Growing Your Business…Literally! – August 17, 2014 – Steve and Marie Voorhees discuss the challenges of running Hidden Spring Farm while maintaining full-time jobs.

Across the Pond – August 10, 2014 – Mitch Wein talks about his experiences with working as an expat in the United Kingdom and how to navigate foreign work environments.

Never Stop Networking – August 3, 2014 – Benny Recine comes onto the show to discuss launching a campaign to improve your career while you’re working.

*If you are interested in any of the past shows, contact the show’s producer, Giancarlo Aversa via email.

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