If you do decide that it’s worth it to get a master’s degree, there are still four questions that you should seek answers to before enrolling in a program.
Posts Tagged: Graduate-School
Spring is spreading across the country, and we all know what that means. It’s time to think about what you’ll be doing fall of 2017. Here are some helpful tips to guide you through the application process.
When you’re looking for the best candidate to fill your next leadership position, someone with an MBA degree might be the perfect fit.
It’s the ultimate stress-inducing question that almost every college grad faces: Is graduate school worth it? There are certainly a lot of benefits. For one, there’s about a 30 percent difference in average annual salaries between those who hold graduate degrees and those who hold a bachelor’s degree. According to the United States Census Bureau,… Read more »
In my last post I went all metaphysical by focusing on values as the place to start when thinking about going to grad school. Understanding your top values is a very important first step, but the practical side of me wants to know NOW WHAT? A good think to do is find people who are… Read more »
Last week, I had the chance to appear on a Live Video Chat hosted by Penelope Trunk and Ryan Paugh, co-founders of Gen Y networking site Brazen Careerist. The overall topic was “Career Management 101” and my segment specifically covered “Advancing Your Government Career.” I shared a bunch of resources that are available on GovLoop… Read more »
The Graduate School’s Executive Potential Program is a year-long Leadership Development Program for GS13-15s. As part of the program, participants must do two 60-day developmental assignments as well as conduct a series of interviews with Senior Executives. Needless to say, with 135 participants enrolled, there are some fantastic assignments and networking encounters that take place… Read more »