Two Articles – Part-time Consulting and The Value of Degrees and Certifications
Here are two articles of mine that went live at informit.com. How To Start I.T. Consulting Part-time The first offers some ideas on how to start consulting on a part-time basis. More than 20 years ago, I won my first consulting client, walking into a 1 person law-firm to find a rather frustrated attorney and […]Continue reading
The Entrepreneurial Careerist begins
Do you see opportunity or barriers? My recent article about the death of the unpaid internship led to an interaction with long-time reader. He’s frequently conveys a generally negative perspective towards greedy corporations and greedy bosses, and a contrarian perspective to how I view and pursue opportunity. He isn’t the only one. In fact, similar […]Continue reading
Should All Internships Be Paid?
This post is prompted by a news story I saw on NBCNews.com about the “End of the Unpaid Internship.” Last Thursday I spoke to I.T. students at a local professional college. The topic was “Proactive Career Strategies.” Career Myths: As part of my presentation, I cover are 3 career myths. Myth 1: Career development occurs […]Continue reading