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  1. Episode #16: Entrepreneurial Thinking2016/01/29
    Seth Martin, Cornell student and entrepreneur, shares his recommendations regarding career selection, entrepreneurship, coping with stress, and more.
  2. Episode #15: Dynamic & Fast-Moving2015/11/20
    Keith Pajonas, Senior Manager at Ernest & Young elaborates on EY’s requirements for new
    hires.
  3. Episode #14: Competitive Drive2015/09/23
    David Schnurr, Engineering Manager at Graphiq, is looking for ambitious, friendly and yet competitive SW developer.
  4. Episode #13: For Our Clients2015/07/21
    Ed Bae, Senior Manager at Accenture, is looking for students who like thinking analytically, who like solving problems, and also enjoy collaborating and leading.
  5. Episode #12: Season Summary2015/06/23
    Jamie and Werner are presenting two topics which several hiring managers have talked about. Two important themes to be considered when preparing for your job interview.
  6. Episode #11: Show Some Moxy2015/05/19
    Stacy Ferranti, Head of Talent at MongoDB, wants job applicants to know her company really well, to be team players, to enjoy low-level programming and to show some “moxy”.
  7. Episode #9: Making a Difference2015/05/04
    Aaron Godert, CTO and Co-founder of GiveGab, is looking for ambitious “team players” who want to help non-profit organizations raise money and find volunteers.
  8. Episode #8: Design is not a Luxury2015/04/20
    Andrew Burke, Head of Talent Development at SquareSpace explains why for SquareSpace "Design is not a Luxury"
  9. Episode #7: Life is Messy2015/04/06
    Mike Seiler, Director of Engineering at Moat, emphasizes the difference between what you do in College and what you do in a job out in the “Real World”.
  10. Episode #6: The Secret Pill2015/03/30
    Better Grades, Better Health, Better Relationships – One pill to improve them all
  11. Episode #5: Don’t Lie2015/03/23
    Cornell alumnus Dan Storms talks about “red flags” in interviews and what you can expect from being part of Originate
  12. Episode #4: Let’s Have a Conversation2015/03/16
    Listen to this podcast with Dan Storms and you will know what it takes to land a job at Originate
  13. Episode #3: Match for Life2015/03/02
    Andy Willner , manager at Sensata, outlines how authenticity during the interview helps to find a true match.
  14. Episode #2: Eye Contact2015/02/05
    John Eales , Leader of a 500+ engineering team in Nokia North America, about communications skills and being able to answer the “Why question”
  15. Episode #1: Humility2015/02/04
    David Delaney , senior technical recruiter at YEXT, talks about the importance of collaboration, determination, and humility.
  16. Episode #0: Intro Podcast2015/02/04
    Jamie Kalousdian and Werner Zorman introduce their podcast series for engineering students: What, Why and How?
  17. Episode #16: Jacie Stivers, Entrepreneur in Residence, Cornell University2011/05/30
    Executive producer of NIBB, Jamie Kalousdian, interviews Jacie Stivers to get the Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year's final advice for the semester.
  18. Episode #15: Charles Clemente, Retired COO, AOL2011/05/23
    Charles discusses the differences between working in small and large companies, the difficulties of selling new media during its origins, his rollercoaster ride of wealth through the dot com bubble, and his emphasis on happiness and enjoying the ride.
  19. Episode #14: David Cohen, Founder and CEO, TechStars2011/05/16
    David discusses embracing failure as an important process of being an entrepreneur and gives what he believes to be the two major causes of failure.
  20. Episode #13: Scott Kerslake, CEO, prAna Living2011/05/09
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  21. Episode #12: Mark Kreloff, Founder and CEO, Kreloff Equity Partners, Inc.2011/05/02
    Mark discusses how his start on Wall Street taught him the importance of learning on the job, and explains how his passion for being an entrepreneur pushed him to leave corporate life and into start-ups.
  22. Episode #11: Joseph DeNucci, CEO & Executive Director, Insight Intensive2011/04/25
    Joseph explains the people oriented aspect of his business, and the challenges of managing multiple competing priorities in business and in his personal life.
  23. Episode #10: Mark Senti, President, Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc.2011/04/18
    Mark talks about the challenge of commercializing next generation technology, discusses recent advancements in energy efficiency and power generation, and states the importance of creating value propositions through selling solutions rather than technology.
  24. Episode #9: Joshua Onysko, CEO, Pangea Organics2011/04/11
    Joshua discusses mistakes as a part of experiencing life, learning from your failures, the challenge of being a truly sustainable company in a competitive industry, and his desire to influence corporations to follow in Pangea's people-oriented, sustainable path.
  25. Episode #8: John Quigley, Director of Global Technology Development, Visteon2011/04/04
    John discusses the role of innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit in a corporate setting, and emphasizes the value of mentors to college students.
  26. Episode #7: Dr. Stuart Miller M.D., Brevard Rehabilitation Medicine, Physiatrist2011/03/28
    In this podcast, Stuart discusses how he, throughout his life, has always followed his passion, whether that be moving to Florida to enjoy the sun, producing movies, or becoming a physiatrist and starting up rehab centers.
  27. Episode #6: Michael and Gwendolyn Anello, Anello Consulting, Inc., Principals2011/03/21
    Michael and Gwendolyn focus on creating more time rather than making more money so that they can create an ideal work-life balance.
  28. Episode #5: Jim Harper, Eli Lilly, Retired Group Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer2011/03/14
    Jim talks about the opportunities and challenges in biotech drawing from his extensive experience, and also offers some advice for entrepreneurs and students interested in the industry.
  29. Episode #4: Lynda Weatherman, President and CEO, Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast2011/03/07
    Lynda gives an example of business development at Florida’s Space Coast through expanding assembly work beyond operations, and also discusses making the most of challenges such as the recent economy.
  30. Episode #3: George Baumer, Principal, Health Network International, Inc.2011/02/28
    George discusses the necessity and challenges involved in doing business internationally, and his personal experiences of creative problem solving.
  31. Episode #2: Rick McNeight, Co-Founder, Paravant Computer Systems, Inc.2011/02/21
    Rick discusses the importance of cash flow in starting up a business, and shares an inspiring story about a time when the answer to his problem was “not in the back of the book.”
  32. Episode #1: Carol Craig, CEO and CFO, Craig Technologies2011/02/07
    Carol describes how embracing both entrepreneurship and engineering led to her company's success, and discusses the implications of being a woman in these industries.
  33. Episode #64: Rachel Doyle, Founder, GlamourGals2010/05/17
    Rachel gives listeners some advice on what to do this summer if they do not have a job or internship.
  34. Episode #63: Young Mi Park, COO, Thevi Cosmetics2010/05/10
    Young Mi Park focuses on differentiating yourself, and encourages listeners to approach their job search in an innovative manner.
  35. Episode #62: Sara Canuso, President, A Suitable Solution2010/05/03
    Sara discusses how body language can tell things about us that we may not want to share in an interview setting, and she gives listeners a few pointers on how to give the right impression.
  36. Episode #61: Peter Buffett, Author, Life Is What You Make It2010/04/26
    Peter discusses how his book’s message applies to listener’s lives and careers. He hits on topics such as the fear of failure, the pressure to find career passion, and why success is what you make of it.
  37. Episode #60: Ken Saji, Senior Editorial Director, MTV Networks2010/04/19
    Ken offers listeners his advice: take the initiative, seek feedback, and take control of your career – do not sit back and wait for opportunities to come to you.
  38. Episode #59: Drew Conklin, Associate, Deloitte Consulting2010/04/12
    Drew discusses the mistakes he made in the job search process and how listeners can avoid them today.
  39. Episode #58: Linda Yaffe, Leadership Development and Certified Executive Coach2010/04/05
    Linda discusses internal networking and how listeners can make meaningful relationships at work that can help them get ahead.
  40. Episode #57:Carol McClelland, Founder and Executive Director, Green Career Central2010/03/29
    Carol gives listeners an overview of the green economy and some social media tips designed to help listeners make career connections.
  41. Episode #56: Diane Darling, Effective Networking2010/03/22
    Diane helps listeners combine online and personal networking strategies to effectively expand and maintain their networks.
  42. Episode #55: Alexandra Levit, Author, They Don’t Teach Corporate in College2010/03/15
    Alexandra provides listeners with the soft skills required to succeed in any job and some coping techniques of adjusting to the workforce.
  43. Episode #54: Lauren Berger, CEO, InternQueen2010/03/08
    Lauren shares some tips, strategies, and resources that can help with the internship process.
  44. Episode #53: Joy Martin, The Career Changer Company2010/03/01
    Joy leverages her extensive corporate background to give us the Inside Scoop to help you land the job you want.
  45. Episode #52: Jaime Allen, Director of Marketing, Darden Restaurant Group2010/02/22
    Jaime Allen gives some tips and strategies to help listeners land their dream jobs, as they prepare for their final on-site interviews.
  46. Episode #51: Randy Brandoff, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer, Marquis Jet2010/02/15
    Randy Brandoff exposes some misconceptions that young professionals have about the interview process, employer expectations, and general career topics.
  47. Episode #50: Lori Mousseau, Campus Recruiting Manager, Ernst & Young2010/02/08
    Lori Mousseau discusses the key components that recruiters are looking for in the 10 seconds that they take to look over a resume.
  48. Episode #49: James Connolly, Product Line Manager, Nike2010/02/01
    James Connolly discusses interview tips and career advice. He helps young professionals “look beyond the obvious.”
  49. Episode #48: Jim Cassio, Author, Green Careers: Choosing Work for a Sustainable Future2010/01/25
    Jim Cassio describes what green careers are and walks listeners through some resources and opportunities.
  50. Episode #47: Steve Rushmore, President and Founder, HVS2010/01/18
    In this podcast, Steve Rushmore discusses the importance of a cover letter.
  51. Episode #46: Debbie Marquardt, Marketing Director, Procter & Gamble Professional2010/01/11
    In this podcast, Debbie Marquardt provides listeners with interviewing advice and discusses how to display yourself as a good fit for the company.
  52. Episode #45: Kai Robertson, Former Director, WWF2009/12/14
    In this podcast, Kai Robertson discusses industry trends, interview tips, and general career advice in the non-profit world.
  53. Episode #44: Dave Pelletier, CEO, Annalee Dolls, Inc.2009/12/07
    In this podcast, Dave Pelletier takes a very reflective and common sense approach to becoming an effective leader.
  54. Episode #43: Ford Myers, President, Career Potential, LLC.2009/11/30
    In this podcast, Ford Myers discusses how to evaluate and turn down job offers that you are not excited about.
  55. Episode #42: Larry Robertson, Author, A Deliberate Pause2009/11/16
    In this podcast, Larry Robertson discusses what people can learn from successful entrepreneurs and how to apply it to their careers, which he discovered while interviewing many entrepreneurs for his book, “A Deliberate Pause”.
  56. Episode #41: Rachel Doyle, Founder, GlamourGals2009/11/09
    In this podcast, Rachel Doyle discusses the challenges associated with starting a nonprofit organization.
  57. Episode #40: Julie Bauke, President, Congruity Career Consulting2009/11/02
    In this podcast, Julie Bauke, a career strategist, gives listeners some tips on salary negotiation.
  58. Episode #39: Jason Snider, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young2009/10/26
    In this podcast, Jason walks us through sample case questions and scenarios to help listeners get a better understanding of how to approach this type of interview.
  59. Episode #38: Jane Chin, President and Founder, Medical Science Liaison Institute2009/10/19
    In this podcast, Jane Chin makes a return appearance to discuss two specific strategies designed to help you become a high achiever: managing your boss and developing your personal brand.
  60. Episode #37: Jeffrey Greene, Sensory Scientist, Kraft Foods2009/10/12
    In this podcast, Jeffrey Greene speaks about affinity groups and their value to listeners as it relates to networking and career opportunities.
  61. Episode #36: Susan RoAne, Author, How to Work a Room2009/10/05
    In this podcast, Susan wants listeners to understand that technology should enhance networking, not replace face to face meetings. She shares the value of small talk, and how to use it to become a “talk target”.
  62. Episode #35: Kelli Grant, Sr. Consumer Reporter, SmartMoney.com2009/09/28
    In this podcast, Kelli Grant offers advice on getting a great internship and leveraging it to get a full time position. Though she approaches this topic from a journalistic perspective, these common sense tips apply across all majors.
  63. Episode #34: Cliff Mintz, Founder, BioInsights2009/09/21
    In this podcast, Cliff helps listeners better understand how to work with outside recruiters. Having worked as a recruiter and with recruiters, he explains the advantages and potential pitfalls of using of “headhunters” in your job search.
  64. Episode #33: Patricia Fripp, Executive Speech Coach2009/09/14
    In this podcast, Patricia Fripp gives advice on how to formulate effective presentations for interviews or the boardroom.
  65. Episode #32: Joni Lusty, Campus Recruiter, Ernst & Young2009/09/07
    In this podcast, Joni Lusty walks us through the critical interview process to help listeners get the jobs they desire.
  66. Episode #31: Lynn Gray, Founder and CEO, Campus Scout, LLC2009/08/31
    Lynn Gray discusses how the current economy is impacting job opportunities for Gen Y, and shares specific strategies that can help Gen Y succeed.
  67. Episode #30: Laura Sewell, US University Recruitment, IBM2009/05/11
    Laura Sewell tells students what they should do this summer if they have not been able to find a job or internship. Toward the end, she shares some resume tips to help in the future.
  68. Episode #29: Dan Pink, Author, The Adventures of Johnny Bunko2009/05/04
    Author and speaker Dan Pink discusses his new book and career lessons that every young professional should be aware of.
  69. Episode #28: Susan RoAne, Author, How to Work a Room2009/04/27
    Susan Roane shares a few simple techniques to help you network more effectively.
  70. Episode #27: Sarah Keizer, Human Resources, ING Group2009/04/20
    Sarah Keizer tells you what you need to know if you want to work abroad. She discusses the realities of working abroad, and discusses the opportunities and challenges.
  71. Episode #26: Lara Ewing, Leadership Development Specialist2009/04/13
    Lara Ewing discusses the value of looking at situations from another person’s perspective. She talks about the invisible skills people do not realize that they have.
  72. Episode #25: Angela Ciborowski, Campus Recruiting Project Manager, Ernst & Young2009/04/06
    Angela Ciborowski walks us through the case-based interview used in consulting and technical jobs, and gives our listeners a sneak peek on what the company is looking for when they ask you “how many jellybeans does it take to fill a 747.”
  73. Episode #24: Matt Faso, Marketing Advisor, Haley Marketing Group2009/03/30
    Matt Faso shares opportunities and challenges related to working for small and mid-sized sized companies.
  74. Episode #23: Jane Chin, President and Founder, Medical Science Liaison Institute2009/03/23
    Jane Chin gives advice about career self-discovery in her role as a business mentor. She helps listeners answer the question “what should I do?”
  75. Episode #22: Susan Youngblood, HR Director, IBM2009/03/16
    Susan Youngblood discusses the importance of having a mentor that can help and guide you through your career. She also outlines the differences between a sponsor and a mentor.
  76. Episode #21: Anne Loehr, Partner, Riverstone Endeavors2009/03/09
    Anne Loehr discusses the challenges and opportunities that Generation Y faces in the workplace. She helps Gen Y and Boomers understand how the other side sees their actions, and what they can do to bridge cultural gaps.
  77. Episode #20: Angela Sorrell, Assistant Director, Ernst & Young2009/03/02
    Angela explains that the compensation package that employees receive is more than just salary. The whole package is more than just a single number.
  78. Episode #19: Baseema Banoo Krkoska, Business Librarian, Cornell University2009/02/23
    Baseema shares some tips on how to use the library as a career resource. She provides examples of what the library has to offer to people looking for career information.
  79. Episode #18: Willy Franzen, Founder, One Day, One Job2009/02/16
    Willy Franzen, founder of One Day, One Job and One Day, One Internship shares innovative ways to leverage Twitter and Facebook in your job search.
  80. Episode #17: Paul Joseph, Management Consultant and Babson College Adjunct Marketing Faculty2009/02/09
    Paul Joseph explains how to leverage a telephone screen into a face-to-face interview. He also provides tips to utilize the telephone more effectively when conducting a job search.
  81. Episode #16: Al Levin, Co-Author, "Luck Is No Accident"2009/02/02
    Al discusses the theory of Happenstance, and how taking advantage of unexpected opportunities can impact your career. Al explains how to take advantage of unplanned events and use them to advance your career.
  82. Episode #15, Marlene Quijano, Director, R&D, Kraft2009/01/26
    Marlene discusses how to learn about work-life balance at a company during an interview, and why it is important to ask questions during the interview.
  83. Episode #14: Russ Finkelstein, Associate Director, Idealist.org2009/01/19
    Russ Finkelstein discusses what it is like to work for a nonprofit organization. He talks about having passion for what you want to do, and how to show an organization that you are the right candidate for the job.
  84. Episode #13: Annemarie Segaric, Career Coach2009/01/12
    Annemarie Segaric shares strategies for getting a job when you have little or no experience, and gives advice on how to change your career while still receiving a paycheck.
  85. Episode #12: Norb Mayrhofer, Global Vice President, P&G2009/01/05
    Norb Mayrhofer focuses on teamwork and managing expectations. He discusses strategies on how professionals can stand out in a team environment, and the importance of taking initiative.
  86. Episode #11: Wendy Spelman, Program Leader, Kraft Foods2008/12/29
    Wendy discusses the importance of an internship and how to effectively get technical skills across in an interview. She also touches upon the importance of teamwork at the start a new career.
  87. Episode #10: Elliott Garlock, Assistant Brand Manager, Procter and Gamble2008/12/22
    Elliott Garlock gives advice on using available resources to get a job. He shares tips on doing thorough research into your industry and company, and tells our listeners the things that he wishes he would have done differently while he was going through the process.
  88. Episode #9: Tiffany Norwood, Next Generation Broadband2008/12/15
    Tiffany Norwood gives 10GoodMinutes listeners advice on salary negotiation from two perspectives: first as an employee working for large multinational corporations, and now as an employer in the area of information technology.
  89. Episode #8: Diane Darling, Effective Networking2008/12/08
    Diane Darling dispels common myths about networking, and explains how students and young professionals can use networking to get ahead. She discusses what people should be doing in order to effectively network, and states why young people need to give themselves more credit for networking than they do.
  90. Episode #7: Steve Benjamin, The Benjamin Group2008/12/01
    Steve Benjamin discusses the benefits of alumni networking. His recommendation to students is to “get over themselves” and focus on the opportunities that still exist. He advises students to reach out and tap the vast networks available to them.
  91. Episode #6: Matt Russo, Managing Partner, Northwestern Mutual2008/11/26
    Matt Russo states that there are still career opportunities in a down economy. His message is that there is still a need for financial services professionals, and Northwestern Mutual is looking for candidates interested in developing their careers.
  92. Episode #5: Sharon Dauk, Executive Coach/Investor (Part 2)2008/11/24
    Sharon Dauk gives advice on career strategies in a tough environment from her perspective as both an executive coach and industry professional. Her unique perspective lets people see what it’s like on both sides of the interview table.
  93. Episode #4: Sharon Dauk, Executive Coach/Investor (Part 1)2008/11/10
    Sharon Dauk gives advice on career strategies in a tough environment from her perspective as both an executive coach and industry professional. Her unique perspective lets people see what it’s like on both sides of the interview table.
  94. Episode #3: Jim Byrnes, Chairman, Tompkins Financial Corp.2008/11/10
    Jim Byrnes talks about the realities of a financial career in today’s economy. His advice is great for young professionals just starting their careers now, and explains what people can do to get ahead in the future.
  95. Episode #2: Scott Goodfellow, Finance Manager, Procter & Gamble (Part 2)2008/11/10
    Scott Goodfellow discusses strategies on how to get noticed by recruiters. He shares pre-interview tips, specific interviewing strategies, and explains what makes a candidate stand out in an interview.
  96. Episode #1: Scott Goodfellow, Finance Manager, Procter & Gamble (Part 1)2008/11/10
    Scott Goodfellow discusses strategies on how to get noticed by recruiters. He shares pre-interview tips, specific interviewing strategies, and explains what makes a candidate stand out in an interview.
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