This just in: Caroline Latterman (of Linguistic Consulting) one of the career linguists who appears in the book will join us to tell a story about telling her story for the book!
On Wed April 25 from 6:30-8:30 pm join Career Linguist and storyteller, Dr. Anna Marie Trester, at her alma mater, NYU as she celebrates the release of Bringing Linguistics to Work and shares her approach to career (improvisational, linguistic, and story) as part of the NYC launch of Bringing Linguistics to Work.
The event will be interactive, there will be prizes (and snacks) and lots and lots of stories!!
As professional challenges increasingly demand creativity in problem-solving, systems-thinking, perspective-taking, listening, and cross-cultural understanding, the world of work needs linguists now more than ever! And the ability to convey the transferability of the skills cultivated by the study of linguistics becomes increasingly critical. Stories are powerful tools for doing so, but how do we identify which stories will be the most effective in job-seeking texts and interactions like resumes and informational interviews? And what is it about these stories that makes them work? As linguists, there is no reason why our stories shouldn’t be the very best ones out there!!
Although this will be of particular interest to linguists, anyone interested in learning actionable steps to bringing a storytelling approach to their professional path should plan to attend.