Everyone should have a "village" with like-minded people that can be a safe and welcoming space. That's the idea behind The Meeting After The Meeting Podcast. The show, which is hosted by seven higher ed professionals all over the country, shares their "village" with listeners every week.
Hosts are seasoned higher ed professionals
The hosts are veteran higher ed professionals working in university administrations, student affairs, residential life, and housing.
Is the grass greener in another career path?
The Meeting After The Meeting Podcast hosts kick off the episode by saying they've seen a lot of people finding themselves at the crossroad of staying in higher education or leaving the field. The coronavirus and the many challenges it brought to the industry has made some people in higher ed reevaluate their positions.
This episode shares advice for people who may be thinking about leaving higher ed and taking a different career path, and wondering what that might look like for them.
Alberto brings a unique and valuable perspective to the episode. He was in residence life for seven years before coming to GradGuard. Alberto shares his story about starting as a hall director at Binghamton, his alma mater.
Knowing how skills and experience can transfer elsewhere
The hosts discuss the importance of not tying your professional identity to a functional area. It can be difficult to do, but allowing yourself to see a life outside of what you're currently in and know how your skills and experience in your current job and industry are transferrable.
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