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Great tool for the real world!
The College of Wooster
I’m glad Terry shared his life experience—sometimes it seems presenters don’t and only talk theoretically. I know a lot about how to get a job from our career conference, but Terry’s presentation was great for what to do once you have a job. I really enjoyed listening to key concepts about life after graduation. Terry’s personal experience meant a lot to me.
Comments from Student Feedback forms – Principia College
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South Texas College
Connected well with stories. Very humorous. Kept everyone interested and entertained. Terry’s discussion on how to start an intelligent conversation with recruiter at a career fair was extremely valuable. I liked the way Terry gave us so much serious info and made it entertaining and memorable.
Comments from Student Feedback forms – Washington State University
Terry’s presentation was fun and entertaining. Our students loved how he applied the strategies of a successful first date and related it to being successful in their first jobs. Terry tapped into something that our students could easily relate to and then showed them how to use that knowledge to succeed in the workplace. In addition, Terry made himself available after the program to answer questions about career fairs, interviews and resumes. That was an added benefit we did not expect. We look forward to his next program at Washington State.
Britni – Washington State University
Terry’s advice on how to respond to questions asked in interview, at career fair or on the job was extremely valuable. I loved the tips the Terry provided regarding interviews. I also thought his suggestion on first impression tips was especially valuable.
Comments from Student Feedback forms – Wayne State University
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