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Stu Kendall – Career Change

Guest Profile: Stu Kendall, Seeking a job in Product Management Previous Experience: Nielsen Studied marketing at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to make a career jump: You do not need to make a career jump if you hate your job or company - you can make a career jump for positive reasons There is so much more out there than what you are aware of. Each company operates so differently and has many jobs that you wouldn’t even know about based on your knowledge of your current company Even if you know you’re going to leave a company far in advance, there is no need to give them anything more than a typical two week notice It is important to control the rumor mill when you decide to leave a job Many people move companies right after bonuses are paid out, and companies are expecting this to occur Things to keep in mind for people interviewing for jobs: Don’

31 MIN2018 JUL 26
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Stu Kendall – Career Change

Paul Mancini – Real Estate Broker

Guest Profile: Paul Mancini, Real Estate Broker, @Properties Previous Experience: Account Executive at Groupon Studied Business Management at Indiana University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in real estate: Persistence and energy are required for real estate brokers. It is sales, after all! Every customer and every day in real estate are different Will work with a handful of people in both the buying and selling side of real estate at any given time Staying on top of communication with clients is important Job is 24/7. Sometimes there won’t be anything that is required on Mondays until 3 PM, and you have to work all weekend showing properties With no boss, you need to stay on top of yourself to meet your own goals. This requires discipline A frustrating aspect is encouraging clients to take advice from a professional without being overly pushy, since it is the client

31 MIN2018 JUL 19
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Paul Mancini – Real Estate Broker

Caitlin Lisa – Photographer

Guest Profile: Caitlin Lisa, Photographer Previous experience in non-profit Studied Economics in undergrad, then Masters in Public Administration from Arizona State/University of Illinois-Chicago, Degree in Photography from New York Institute of Photography Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in photography: Getting started and finding customers is very hard. Caitlin started her career in photography early in Instagram’s life, so that wasn’t a massive channel You have to start out via word of mouth, proving yourself with each client In running your own business, you should reach out to people who have already done it to understand their perspective and help you throughout your journey Wedding photography is a cyclical business - the wedding season in the summer is very busy, the winter season is much slower The largest portion of the job is spent on photo editing. Caitlin

32 MIN2018 JUL 12
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Caitlin Lisa – Photographer

Michael Castellani – Supply Chain

Guest Profile: Michael Castellani, Transportation and Logistics Analyst, Constellation Brands Former Experience: Conagra Foods Studied Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in supply chain: “[Supply chain] is really all about forming partnerships” “[Opportunities] for big savings in supply chain and… I think it is really good to be able to put your name to big savings” Analytical skills are essential to a successful career in supply chain Demand planning is a skillset that anyone serious about supply chain should have Insights: No two days are the same in transportation, as there are a ton of variables Transportation budget is typically the second or third largest at a company Transportation offers a big opportunity for savings at a company, which is where supply chain employees can provide value Work closely with forecast

31 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Michael Castellani – Supply Chain

Amy Pietro – Occupational Therapy

Get the latest episodes and subscribe to the Career Week podcast on Apple Podcasts. Make sure you don't miss an episode! Guest Profile: Amy Pietro, Occupational Therapist Studied Psychology at University of Iowa and then received a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Creighton University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in occupational therapy: Occupational therapy is a combination of science and art You need to understand who the client is and how to work with them, as it is a unique relationship A key is to get people back to doing what is most important to them, which could be eating or playing video games Separating work and personal life is very challenging, especially as you become close to the people you work with There are times clients yell and get frustrated with the people who treat them, including occupational therapists. You cannot take it as a personal at

30 MIN2018 JUN 21
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Amy Pietro – Occupational Therapy

Kevin Kirchner – Sales

Hear the latest episode and subscribeto Career Week here! Guest Profile: Kevin Kirchner, Salesman at Mondelez International Studied Marketing and Finance at Indiana University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in sales: Sales provides a way for people to easily quantify their impact on the organization The beginning of your career in sales may be spent going from store-to-store - and it won’t be glamorous The selling that happened occurred organically by building strong relationships and being observant. Sales presentations weren’t required Winning and being competitive are critical components to work in sales Insights: Reflecting on what he wanted to do while in college helped Kevin understand which path was right for him Sales is fast past and has a lot of instant gratification. Marketing is long-term planning and execution of campaigns In sales, you know exactly where

31 MIN2018 JUN 14
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Kevin Kirchner – Sales

Stephanie Brieloff – Sales & Marketing

Hear the latest episode and subscribe to Career Week here! Guest Profile: Stephanie Brieloff, Account Manager for Dyson Previous work experience with Whirlpool Corporation Studied Marketing at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in sales: “[Sales] is all about relationship building” Sales is “a partnership, not just an individual sale” “Less pushy, and a little more love” in account management goes a long way The pressure is always on in sales to meet quotas Insights: Perception when studying marketing is that you can either go into sales or market research, but realized there are a lot more opportunities than that Sales has helped Stephanie understand the ins and outs of the businesses she works with, as well as customer experience Her opportunities in sales have included marketing focuses, such as working with partners to enhance their website a

28 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Stephanie Brieloff – Sales & Marketing

Coming Soon: Career Week presented by Cheddar Day

Remember when you were a kid and your parents would come in to share what they do on Career Day? Well we have revamped that experience and turned it into Career Week presented by Cheddar Day, a weekly podcast where a different career, and person, is featured. In Career Week, you will hear from a wide variety of people across all different careers and fields. The goal of Career Week is to provide an accurate profile of what it is truly like to work in a particular career. Stay tuned for more great episodes, starting Thursday, June 7.

1 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Coming Soon: Career Week presented by Cheddar Day
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Latest Episodes

Stu Kendall – Career Change

Guest Profile: Stu Kendall, Seeking a job in Product Management Previous Experience: Nielsen Studied marketing at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to make a career jump: You do not need to make a career jump if you hate your job or company - you can make a career jump for positive reasons There is so much more out there than what you are aware of. Each company operates so differently and has many jobs that you wouldn’t even know about based on your knowledge of your current company Even if you know you’re going to leave a company far in advance, there is no need to give them anything more than a typical two week notice It is important to control the rumor mill when you decide to leave a job Many people move companies right after bonuses are paid out, and companies are expecting this to occur Things to keep in mind for people interviewing for jobs: Don’

31 MIN2018 JUL 26
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Stu Kendall – Career Change

Paul Mancini – Real Estate Broker

Guest Profile: Paul Mancini, Real Estate Broker, @Properties Previous Experience: Account Executive at Groupon Studied Business Management at Indiana University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in real estate: Persistence and energy are required for real estate brokers. It is sales, after all! Every customer and every day in real estate are different Will work with a handful of people in both the buying and selling side of real estate at any given time Staying on top of communication with clients is important Job is 24/7. Sometimes there won’t be anything that is required on Mondays until 3 PM, and you have to work all weekend showing properties With no boss, you need to stay on top of yourself to meet your own goals. This requires discipline A frustrating aspect is encouraging clients to take advice from a professional without being overly pushy, since it is the client

31 MIN2018 JUL 19
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Paul Mancini – Real Estate Broker

Caitlin Lisa – Photographer

Guest Profile: Caitlin Lisa, Photographer Previous experience in non-profit Studied Economics in undergrad, then Masters in Public Administration from Arizona State/University of Illinois-Chicago, Degree in Photography from New York Institute of Photography Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in photography: Getting started and finding customers is very hard. Caitlin started her career in photography early in Instagram’s life, so that wasn’t a massive channel You have to start out via word of mouth, proving yourself with each client In running your own business, you should reach out to people who have already done it to understand their perspective and help you throughout your journey Wedding photography is a cyclical business - the wedding season in the summer is very busy, the winter season is much slower The largest portion of the job is spent on photo editing. Caitlin

32 MIN2018 JUL 12
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Caitlin Lisa – Photographer

Michael Castellani – Supply Chain

Guest Profile: Michael Castellani, Transportation and Logistics Analyst, Constellation Brands Former Experience: Conagra Foods Studied Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in supply chain: “[Supply chain] is really all about forming partnerships” “[Opportunities] for big savings in supply chain and… I think it is really good to be able to put your name to big savings” Analytical skills are essential to a successful career in supply chain Demand planning is a skillset that anyone serious about supply chain should have Insights: No two days are the same in transportation, as there are a ton of variables Transportation budget is typically the second or third largest at a company Transportation offers a big opportunity for savings at a company, which is where supply chain employees can provide value Work closely with forecast

31 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Michael Castellani – Supply Chain

Amy Pietro – Occupational Therapy

Get the latest episodes and subscribe to the Career Week podcast on Apple Podcasts. Make sure you don't miss an episode! Guest Profile: Amy Pietro, Occupational Therapist Studied Psychology at University of Iowa and then received a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Creighton University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in occupational therapy: Occupational therapy is a combination of science and art You need to understand who the client is and how to work with them, as it is a unique relationship A key is to get people back to doing what is most important to them, which could be eating or playing video games Separating work and personal life is very challenging, especially as you become close to the people you work with There are times clients yell and get frustrated with the people who treat them, including occupational therapists. You cannot take it as a personal at

30 MIN2018 JUN 21
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Amy Pietro – Occupational Therapy

Kevin Kirchner – Sales

Hear the latest episode and subscribeto Career Week here! Guest Profile: Kevin Kirchner, Salesman at Mondelez International Studied Marketing and Finance at Indiana University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in sales: Sales provides a way for people to easily quantify their impact on the organization The beginning of your career in sales may be spent going from store-to-store - and it won’t be glamorous The selling that happened occurred organically by building strong relationships and being observant. Sales presentations weren’t required Winning and being competitive are critical components to work in sales Insights: Reflecting on what he wanted to do while in college helped Kevin understand which path was right for him Sales is fast past and has a lot of instant gratification. Marketing is long-term planning and execution of campaigns In sales, you know exactly where

31 MIN2018 JUN 14
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Kevin Kirchner – Sales

Stephanie Brieloff – Sales & Marketing

Hear the latest episode and subscribe to Career Week here! Guest Profile: Stephanie Brieloff, Account Manager for Dyson Previous work experience with Whirlpool Corporation Studied Marketing at Michigan State University Things to keep in mind for people who want to work in sales: “[Sales] is all about relationship building” Sales is “a partnership, not just an individual sale” “Less pushy, and a little more love” in account management goes a long way The pressure is always on in sales to meet quotas Insights: Perception when studying marketing is that you can either go into sales or market research, but realized there are a lot more opportunities than that Sales has helped Stephanie understand the ins and outs of the businesses she works with, as well as customer experience Her opportunities in sales have included marketing focuses, such as working with partners to enhance their website a

28 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Stephanie Brieloff – Sales & Marketing

Coming Soon: Career Week presented by Cheddar Day

Remember when you were a kid and your parents would come in to share what they do on Career Day? Well we have revamped that experience and turned it into Career Week presented by Cheddar Day, a weekly podcast where a different career, and person, is featured. In Career Week, you will hear from a wide variety of people across all different careers and fields. The goal of Career Week is to provide an accurate profile of what it is truly like to work in a particular career. Stay tuned for more great episodes, starting Thursday, June 7.

1 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Coming Soon: Career Week presented by Cheddar Day
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