Friday, October 8, 2010
Many of you read our responsible career section in hope to gain career advice on how to build a career that successfully blends financial return with social impact and environmental responsibility. Well rejoice, because today, you will be able to learn more about how to do exactly that by getting career advice from Jullien 'PurposeFinder' Gordon.
Jullien Gordon is an impressive 28-year old social entrepreneur who has turned his passion for helping others make informed career decision into a variety of business ventures. Originally from Oakland, CA, Jullien earned his BA from UCLA with Majors in Business Economics, and Education. Furthermore, in 2007, Jullien received two masters' degrees from Stanford University—his MBA and Masters in Education.
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When You're Career Planning, Does the Idea of "Networking" Make You Cringe? - Ritika Puri
As employers and as people, we want to find someone who we would enjoy as colleagues in a professional environment. We're more likely to reach out to our social circles instead of strangers. Developing an awareness of this trend is one of the most important career planning steps that you can take.
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Social Intrapreneurship: Your Best Responsible Career Choice? - Mrim Boutla
But that might not feel like it is enough to most of you. Indeed, many of you are driven by what Cheryl Dorsey and Lara Galinsky elegantly termed your 'Moment of Obligation'. While conducting research by interviewing 12 social entrepreneurs that won the prestigious Echoing Green Fellowship, they observed that many socio-eco innovators (SEIs) got started on their path to socio-eco innovation after facing their own 'Moment of Obligation'. That 'Moment of Obligation' generally comes from wanting to help a friend, patient or someone the SEI knows is experiencing something that the SEI feels is not 'right'. From that feeling, the SEI takes action to help that person.
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Career Planning for College Seniors: An Argument Against Using Grad School to Hide From the Job Market - Ritika Puri
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