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Interviews with professors, teaching assistants, and alumni that provide practical career insight about post-undergraduate life

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Episode 02: Internships, Medical School, and the Value of Soft Skills with Letitia Mueller

In this episode I interview Letitia Mueller. Letitia majored in Biochemistry during her undergrad at UC Santa Barbara and is now (as of Spring 2016) finishing up her masters in Technology Management - also at UCSB. Letitia is an internship master, with a hefty list of over 9 internships and work experiences stacked on her resume, including neuroscience research, business development, and Teaching assistant work - and she’s only one year out of undergrad! Letitia also competed in the UC Santa Barbara New Venture Competition with three teammates and was awarded the Elings prize for their start up company, ChemoGuard Diagnostics. Needless to say, she has plenty of insight to share. We talk a lot about internships, keeping options open, and her plan moving forward now that she is finishing her masters degree. As always, you can find the show notes and more at officehourpodcast.com.

20 MIN2016 MAY 11
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Episode 02: Internships, Medical School, and the Value of Soft Skills with Letitia Mueller

Episode 01: Finding Your Million Dollars with Stephen Duneier

In this episode I talk to Stephen Duneier. Stephen graduated from the Stern School of Business at NYU with a degree in Finance and Economics which he used to become a financial investment advisor. He is also currently - as of spring 2016 - a professor of decision analysis in the technology management department at the University of California Santa Barbara. Stephen shares loads of valuable information in our conversation, ranging from internship experience in Singapore, to giving me a million dollars, and some other goodies. If you have any feedback, or want to hear from a specific professor, feel free to send an email to info@officehourpodcast.com.

19 MIN2016 MAY 2
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Episode 01: Finding Your Million Dollars with Stephen Duneier

Episode 00: Background - What and Why

Welcome to the Office Hour Podcast! This is less of a formal episode and more of an about piece where I give you guys some background in the show. In short, this podcast is aimed towards learning the truth about career trajectories, different majors, and the various paths to success by interviewing professors, TA’s and recent alumni. And here’s why I’m doing this: I’m hoping to ease the stress that students (you guys) feel as you try decide the rest of your life in four years! I’ve talked to so many students - friends, classmates, passing acquaintances - about their career plans after college, and basically 99% of them felt they needed to find the “right” major that would lead to the “right” internship, to the “right” job and so on. There’s this overwhelming assumption that job success is supposed to follow a linear path. And for my first two years I also thought I was supposed to use this systematic approach to secure my career, but I felt a bit lost trying to do so. So...

1 MIN2016 MAY 2
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Episode 00: Background - What and Why
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Latest Episodes

Episode 02: Internships, Medical School, and the Value of Soft Skills with Letitia Mueller

In this episode I interview Letitia Mueller. Letitia majored in Biochemistry during her undergrad at UC Santa Barbara and is now (as of Spring 2016) finishing up her masters in Technology Management - also at UCSB. Letitia is an internship master, with a hefty list of over 9 internships and work experiences stacked on her resume, including neuroscience research, business development, and Teaching assistant work - and she’s only one year out of undergrad! Letitia also competed in the UC Santa Barbara New Venture Competition with three teammates and was awarded the Elings prize for their start up company, ChemoGuard Diagnostics. Needless to say, she has plenty of insight to share. We talk a lot about internships, keeping options open, and her plan moving forward now that she is finishing her masters degree. As always, you can find the show notes and more at officehourpodcast.com.

20 MIN2016 MAY 11
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Episode 02: Internships, Medical School, and the Value of Soft Skills with Letitia Mueller

Episode 01: Finding Your Million Dollars with Stephen Duneier

In this episode I talk to Stephen Duneier. Stephen graduated from the Stern School of Business at NYU with a degree in Finance and Economics which he used to become a financial investment advisor. He is also currently - as of spring 2016 - a professor of decision analysis in the technology management department at the University of California Santa Barbara. Stephen shares loads of valuable information in our conversation, ranging from internship experience in Singapore, to giving me a million dollars, and some other goodies. If you have any feedback, or want to hear from a specific professor, feel free to send an email to info@officehourpodcast.com.

19 MIN2016 MAY 2
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Episode 01: Finding Your Million Dollars with Stephen Duneier

Episode 00: Background - What and Why

Welcome to the Office Hour Podcast! This is less of a formal episode and more of an about piece where I give you guys some background in the show. In short, this podcast is aimed towards learning the truth about career trajectories, different majors, and the various paths to success by interviewing professors, TA’s and recent alumni. And here’s why I’m doing this: I’m hoping to ease the stress that students (you guys) feel as you try decide the rest of your life in four years! I’ve talked to so many students - friends, classmates, passing acquaintances - about their career plans after college, and basically 99% of them felt they needed to find the “right” major that would lead to the “right” internship, to the “right” job and so on. There’s this overwhelming assumption that job success is supposed to follow a linear path. And for my first two years I also thought I was supposed to use this systematic approach to secure my career, but I felt a bit lost trying to do so. So...

1 MIN2016 MAY 2
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Episode 00: Background - What and Why
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