Thought I would share with you some thoughts from Versatile PhD founder Paula Chambers about using the site for netwokring as there are some very useful ideas here for thinking about networking generally! Did you know that Versatile PhD can be used for networking? Basic members and institutional subscribers both have access to the searchable […]
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Am thrilled to have recenlty become aware of Tammy Bjelland’s Business of Language blog and podcast. A self-identified “linguapreneur” Tammy has created these resources to be a space “where business ideas and love of language come together.” She shares advice, experiences, and training with language professionals One recent post “where to find language jobs” is […]
Check out Beyond Academia for some wonderful resources for jobseekers! Oh, and they are also re-blogging this month from my Career Profiles in Linguistics Series 🙂 Thanks for the share Beyond Academia!!!
Anna Marie Trester is an associate on the Learning team at the FrameWorks Institute. Prior to joining FrameWorks, she served as the Director of the MA in Language and Communication (MLC) Program in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University, where she worked with students to apply their sociolinguistic training to professional contexts. She has […]
On this Throwback Thursday, am revisiting the idea of exploring the culture of an organization by doing discourse analysis of their website. The idea is that you can use your skills in discourse analysis to discern something about the culture of an organization in order to find out whether or not these align with your […]
If you are not currently on LinkedIn, you probably have some reasons why. But if you are currently jobseeking or even just trying to educate yourself about careers, these reasons really need to be reexamined. As I explore some of the more common ones that I have heard, you will have to let me know […]
In this post, I will look with my sociolinguist’s lens at the “request an introduction” as a speech act as one of the mechanisms for asking for things that LinkedIn operationalizes. One of the greatest connectors that I know IRL (“in real life”) is Dr. Carole Sargent, the Director of Georgetown University’s office of Scholarly […]
I have been watching this presentation 20 Tips to Amplify Your Brand on LinkedIn from LinkedIn for Small Business this morning and appreciating how well LinkedIn’s way of thinking about the process of professional self-presentation is aligned with my own WaLK vision for the process of applying linguistics to the job search. First of all, […]