Welcome back, everyone! We are excited to be launching season five of the Walter Center for Career Achievement’s podcast, All Careers Considered. This season, Daniella Feijoo, Sophie Todd, and Ricardy Elie will speak with various College of Arts + Sciences alumni who have careers relating to resilience.
Participate in Themester 2021 — Resilience
Season 5 of All Careers Considered is produced in conjunction with the College of Arts + Sciences Themester 2021 on Resilience. One way you can participate in Themester is to attend a Themester event.
Welcome back, everyone! We are excited to be launching season five of the Walter Center for Career Achievement’s podcast, All Careers Considered.
The Walter Center for Career Achievement is the career services center that specifically serves students and alumni in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomington. Our mission is to help every Arts and Sciences student achieve career success and find fulfilling work.
If you have been a listener for a while, welcome back and we are so happy to have you joining us. If you are new to the podcast, welcome! My name is Daniela Feijoo and I’m the graduate intern for the Walter Center for Career Achievement, working with an amazing team of undergraduate students and full-time staff to provide and produce this podcast. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from the rest of our team in future episodes.
This year we are partnering with The College’s Themester, a program which combines academic courses, public lectures, exhibits, films, and podcasts to engage our community in a collective learning experience. We will be interviewing College of Arts and Sciences alumni from a diverse array of careers and academic backgrounds to engage in meaningful conversations around what resilience means to them and how they have cultivated resilience in their lives.
This season of the podcast will focus on the topic of resilience. According to The College’s Themester webpage, Resilience is the capacity of a system—be it natural, social, cultural, economic, or technological— to return to its original state or evolve to a new functional state after being disturbed. Resilient systems are diverse and adaptable, connected yet modular, sustainable and regenerative, accessible and equitable. And, they are needed now more than ever.
Whether you are a student, alumni, and/or a listener who just loves to hear phenomenal career stories, we encourage you to tune in every Friday this fall for a new episode.
Our first episode of Fall 2021 of All Careers Considered will air this Friday, October 1.
Our first interview will be with Tiffany Benjamin, a 2002 Bloomington alumna with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science.
Tiffany is currently serving as the president of The Lily Foundation and head of social impact. Tiffany leads the team managing corporate social responsibility efforts, environmental, social, and governance strategy, as well as the global team facilitating Lilly global health programs.
You can subscribe and share this podcast on apple Spotify and any of your favorite platforms be sure to check out careers.college.indiana.edu to schedule an appointment with a career coach to learn about upcoming career events and simply browse all the resources we have to offer.
Talk to you all soon!