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Life in Maryland

So I realized recently I’ve taken quite a break from blogging here. Some of that is due to trying to get my footing at a new job in a new location, but some of it is also due to the fact that I’ve been writing for a professional collective! 862 more words

Middle of Somewhere: Transitioning to Middle Management

I just wrapped up my first week on the new job. It was a unique first week, because the first two days were spent at a staff retreat and Friday was at an all-day, off-campus day of service. 651 more words

The (Often Untold) Truth About the Student Affairs Job Search

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If you’re going to tell a story, you should tell the whole story. So here’s the brutally honest trust: It took me a long time to find a job post-graduation—far longer than I perceived it should have. 543 more words

In My Opinion

Impostor Syndrome: Learning a brand new job

Having a full time job is still so surreal. Every time I walk in in the morning I still doubt that I have an office and this is not real life. 541 more words

SNHU

Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys

I recently wrote a blog post for the Student Affairs Collective on my final thought from #sachat on Twitter. With all of the craziness going on in my life recently, I have woefully neglected my own blog, so i am using this post to kickstart my own writing again. 457 more words

Student Affairs

Onboarding

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Every third Wednesday of the month the NASPA Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community hosts a #WISAchat (twitter handle @WISA_KC). The first chat I participated in was a discussion about “onboarding”. 410 more words