Get This Girl a Job

Get This Girl a Job

By Get This Girl a Job
In this series, Katie Melbourne and Rosana Rabines interview recent female college graduates to talk about the steps they took to get their first job in different industries. The questions follow the development of their career trajectory from their first year of college, to how their field of study changed, to the internships they had over the summer, and -- finally! -- to how they got hired for their very first job! Katie and Rosana take turns conducting interviews and co-host a mini-episode answering questions from the audience every third week.
How To Be a Good Mentee | Ask GTGAJ 4
In the fourth episode of Ask GTGAJ (and the final episode of the first season of Get This Girl a Job!), Katie and Rosana talk answer your questions about using your minor in the job search, how to be a good mentee, and what to do if you haven't heard back from a job you applied for. Please fill out our listener survey so we can better tailor our future episodes to your needs! https://goo.gl/forms/bhPz7nMSDtxdis8A2 To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2
18:05
May 21, 2018
How To Be a Good Mentee | Ask GTGAJ 4
In the fourth episode of Ask GTGAJ (and the final episode of the first season of Get This Girl a Job!), Katie and Rosana talk answer your questions about using your minor in the job search, how to be a good mentee, and what to do if you haven't heard back from a job you applied for. Please fill out our listener survey so we can better tailor our future episodes to your needs! https://goo.gl/forms/bhPz7nMSDtxdis8A2 To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2
18:05
May 21, 2018
Seeking out Mentors and Surviving Disappointment with Leah Fulmer
In the eleventh episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Leah Fulmer. Leah graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a double major in Astronomy and Spanish. She is now living in Tucson, Arizona and working as a data reduction specialist at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory. Through her experience in astronomy and beyond, Leah has gathered wisdom on how to seek out mentors and build relationships with people that can be applied to work in any field. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Leah Fulmer for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode.
31:43
May 14, 2018
Seeking out Mentors and Surviving Disappointment with Leah Fulmer
In the eleventh episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Leah Fulmer. Leah graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a double major in Astronomy and Spanish. She is now living in Tucson, Arizona and working as a data reduction specialist at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory. Through her experience in astronomy and beyond, Leah has gathered wisdom on how to seek out mentors and build relationships with people that can be applied to work in any field. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Leah Fulmer for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode.
31:43
May 14, 2018
From Film to Teaching with Maya Landau
In the tenth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Maya Landau. In the months after the election, she decided to change paths from film and pursue teaching. Today she lives her 25th hour lifestyle to the fullest working as a preschool teacher and getting her masters in education. Maya has lots of advice to share about finding the right mentors, not being afraid to change your path, and standing up for what you believe in. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Maya Landau for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode.
38:22
April 30, 2018
From Film to Teaching with Maya Landau
In the tenth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Maya Landau. In the months after the election, she decided to change paths from film and pursue teaching. Today she lives her 25th hour lifestyle to the fullest working as a preschool teacher and getting her masters in education. Maya has lots of advice to share about finding the right mentors, not being afraid to change your path, and standing up for what you believe in. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Maya Landau for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode.
38:22
April 30, 2018
Ask GTGAJ E3
In the third episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana talk with Priya Lingutla about the benefits of attending conferences and answer your questions about deciding on a summer opportunity. To learn more about The Elevate Conference, check it out here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-elevate-conference-tickets-44470896649 To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! http://goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Priya for sharing her tips on attending conferences, to Samira for her question submission, to Alida Miranda-Wolff for her two-minute tip, and to Stephanie Dorris who designed our logo.
14:38
April 16, 2018
Ask GTGAJ E3
In the third episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana talk with Priya Lingutla about the benefits of attending conferences and answer your questions about deciding on a summer opportunity. To learn more about The Elevate Conference, check it out here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-elevate-conference-tickets-44470896649 To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! http://goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Priya for sharing her tips on attending conferences, to Samira for her question submission, to Alida Miranda-Wolff for her two-minute tip, and to Stephanie Dorris who designed our logo.
14:38
April 16, 2018
Finding Your Path with Stephanie Bramer
In the eighth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Stephanie Bramer. Stephanie graduated from Iowa State University in 2017 with a degree in apparel merchandising and is now working at Von Maur as an associate buyer. She found her way to fashion after transferring schools and shares her wisdom on being open to new experiences so that you can ultimately find the path that is meant for you. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Savannah Smith for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
27:29
April 8, 2018
Finding Your Path with Stephanie Bramer
In the eighth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Stephanie Bramer. Stephanie graduated from Iowa State University in 2017 with a degree in apparel merchandising and is now working at Von Maur as an associate buyer. She found her way to fashion after transferring schools and shares her wisdom on being open to new experiences so that you can ultimately find the path that is meant for you. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Savannah Smith for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
27:29
April 8, 2018
Entrepreneurship After Graduation With Savannah Smith
In the seventh episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Savannah Smith. Savannah graduated from UChicago in 2017 and decided that instead of going to grad school, she would follow her dream of opening a bakery. She has lots of advice to share about deciding to be an entrepreneur, launching a business right from college, and creating work-life balance when your job is your dream. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Savannah Smith for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode. You can find Savannah on her blog, sevenbakerslane.com!
31:17
April 2, 2018
Entrepreneurship After Graduation With Savannah Smith
In the seventh episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Savannah Smith. Savannah graduated from UChicago in 2017 and decided that instead of going to grad school, she would follow her dream of opening a bakery. She has lots of advice to share about deciding to be an entrepreneur, launching a business right from college, and creating work-life balance when your job is your dream. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Savannah Smith for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode. You can find Savannah on her blog, sevenbakerslane.com!
31:17
April 2, 2018
GPA and Resumes | Ask GTGAJ Ep 2
In the second episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana answer your questions about resumes, gpa, and how to approach finding your first job. To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Emily and Arushi for their questions, to Alida Miranda-Wolff, for her two-minute tip, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited the episode.
09:18
March 26, 2018
GPA and Resumes | Ask GTGAJ Ep 2
In the second episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana answer your questions about resumes, gpa, and how to approach finding your first job. To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Emily and Arushi for their questions, to Alida Miranda-Wolff, for her two-minute tip, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited the episode.
09:18
March 26, 2018
Inclusive Astronomy and Leadership with Lauren Chambers | GTGAJ S1E5
In the fifth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Lauren Chambers. Lauren graduated from Yale in 2017 and is now working at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Her many different identities include a scientist, a programmer, and a mentor, focusing much of her college experience on creating inclusive, positive environments for younger students. Lauren has lots of advice to share about being a leader as well as finding out what you truly want to do by reflecting on your experiences. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Lauren Chambers for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:04
March 11, 2018
Inclusive Astronomy and Leadership with Lauren Chambers | GTGAJ S1E5
In the fifth episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Lauren Chambers. Lauren graduated from Yale in 2017 and is now working at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Her many different identities include a scientist, a programmer, and a mentor, focusing much of her college experience on creating inclusive, positive environments for younger students. Lauren has lots of advice to share about being a leader as well as finding out what you truly want to do by reflecting on your experiences. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Lauren Chambers for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:04
March 11, 2018
Informational Interviews for Nonprofits with Stephanie Miklaszewski
In this week’s episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana talks to Stephanie Miklaszewski about her journey to working for Junior Achievement Chicago, a nonprofit in Chicago that teaches financial literacy to students K-12. Stephanie shares how she used informational interviews to find the right path and develop a network of nonprofit professionals that she can go back to and learn from. She focuses on what she learned from her extracurricular leadership positions, and how she used them in her process. Special thanks to Stephanie Miklaszewski for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris for designing our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode. Do you have questions about college, internships, or your job search? Did you have a 25th Hour Lifestyle moment this week? We want to hear them! Send them to us to be featured on the next episode of Ask GTGAJ! https://goo.gl/forms/rL5hOcMEGgEcTgDZ2
25:30
March 5, 2018
Informational Interviews for Nonprofits with Stephanie Miklaszewski
In this week’s episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana talks to Stephanie Miklaszewski about her journey to working for Junior Achievement Chicago, a nonprofit in Chicago that teaches financial literacy to students K-12. Stephanie shares how she used informational interviews to find the right path and develop a network of nonprofit professionals that she can go back to and learn from. She focuses on what she learned from her extracurricular leadership positions, and how she used them in her process. Special thanks to Stephanie Miklaszewski for sharing her story, to Stephanie Dorris for designing our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited this episode. Do you have questions about college, internships, or your job search? Did you have a 25th Hour Lifestyle moment this week? We want to hear them! Send them to us to be featured on the next episode of Ask GTGAJ! https://goo.gl/forms/rL5hOcMEGgEcTgDZ2
25:30
March 5, 2018
Networking, References, and How to Start the Search | Ask GTGAJ S1E3
For the first episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana answer your questions about networking, references, and how to approach finding your first job. To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Kirby and Mel for their questions, to Alida Miranda-Wolff, for her two-minute tip, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited the episode.
13:25
February 26, 2018
Networking, References, and How to Start the Search | Ask GTGAJ S1E3
For the first episode of Ask GTGAJ, Katie and Rosana answer your questions about networking, references, and how to approach finding your first job. To submit questions, to be answered in our next episode of Ask GTGAJ, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Kirby and Mel for their questions, to Alida Miranda-Wolff, for her two-minute tip, to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo, and to Parker Mee, who edited the episode.
13:25
February 26, 2018
Campaigns and Communications with Chrissy Houle | GTGAJ S1E2
In the second episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Chrissy Houle. Chrissy graduated from Yale in 2016 and is now working in communications in Washington, D.C. She is active in politics, spending her senior year working on the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign between finishing up her classes. She has lots of good tips on searching for professional opportunities, adapting your plans after unexpected changes, and making your voice heard through political advocacy. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Chrissy Houle for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:10
February 18, 2018
Campaigns and Communications with Chrissy Houle | GTGAJ S1E2
In the second episode of Get This Girl a Job, Katie interviews Chrissy Houle. Chrissy graduated from Yale in 2016 and is now working in communications in Washington, D.C. She is active in politics, spending her senior year working on the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign between finishing up her classes. She has lots of good tips on searching for professional opportunities, adapting your plans after unexpected changes, and making your voice heard through political advocacy. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Chrissy Houle for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:10
February 18, 2018
Matchmaking and Blogging with Emily Polner | GTGAJ S1E1
In the first episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Emily Polner, from No Repeats or Hesitations. Emily left New York City to attend the University of Chicago in 2013. In her first year, she started a fashion blog, and then held internships in marketing and nonprofits before graduating in 2017. She recently joined a boutique matchmaking firm in Manhattan that allows her to use her sociology and computer science skills to help people find love. She shares her advice for being bold while finding her internships, and staying positive and energetic through the job search. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! https://goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Emily Polner from noreapeatsorhesitations.com for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:08
February 12, 2018
Matchmaking and Blogging with Emily Polner | GTGAJ S1E1
In the first episode of Get This Girl a Job, Rosana interviews Emily Polner, from No Repeats or Hesitations. Emily left New York City to attend the University of Chicago in 2013. In her first year, she started a fashion blog, and then held internships in marketing and nonprofits before graduating in 2017. She recently joined a boutique matchmaking firm in Manhattan that allows her to use her sociology and computer science skills to help people find love. She shares her advice for being bold while finding her internships, and staying positive and energetic through the job search. To submit questions to be answered in our joint episode, you can do so here! https://goo.gl/forms/ze3xFY4HwsOYmOeO2 Special thanks to Emily Polner from noreapeatsorhesitations.com for sharing her story, and to Stephanie Dorris, who designed our logo.
30:08
February 12, 2018
Teaser | Get This Girl a Job S1E0
Welcome to Get This Girl a Job, the podcast where you can hear from other women who just graduated college and landed their very first jobs. In this short teaser, Rosana Rabines and Katie Melbourne introduce you to the show and describe what you can expect to hear throughout the series. Tune in two weeks from now for the first full-length episode on February 5, 2018!
01:44
January 10, 2018
Teaser | Get This Girl a Job S1E0
Welcome to Get This Girl a Job, the podcast where you can hear from other women who just graduated college and landed their very first jobs. In this short teaser, Rosana Rabines and Katie Melbourne introduce you to the show and describe what you can expect to hear throughout the series. Tune in two weeks from now for the first full-length episode on February 5, 2018!
01:44
January 10, 2018
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