Career counseling is Terry’s third career. She has been a successful teacher, marketing executive and career coach. Now she uses her transferable skills to teach people how to market themselves to obtain satisfying employment through her books, articles and interviews. She is currently the author and publisher of career resources at BiblioPile Press.
Terry started her private practice, Career Advisors, in 2000. She has extensive experience in government, corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. She has the breadth and depth of knowledge of career methodologies at many levels having worked with C-level executives to X-offenders.
Terry has a master’s degree in education from Indiana University, a certificate in career development from the University of Washington and is certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). In addition, Terry is the author of Changing Careers after 40, Playing the Job-finding Game: A Rule Book for Ex-offenders, Preparing for Retirement and numerous other books and articles on career issues.. Visit her website at www.BibliioPilePress.com.
This is a collection of book reviews meant to help you learn about careers as well as provide you with reading recommendations. It includes fiction, creative non-fiction and memoir, and represents over 100 different occupations. Each book was selected because a major character has a distinct career woven into the plot-line. It is organized according to Holland's six career interest categories.
Through self-exploration and practical exercises, learn what to do and not do to hone your networking skills within your workplace. Becoming networking savvy will enrich your career on-the-job, as well as the value you bring to your current and future employers.
A Quick Study Guide to help individuals plan for a fulfilling retirement. Explores hobbies, volunteering, part-time work and self employment. The workbook style format offers exercises to help identify interests, skills and values as well as family and financial concerns.
Can't pass a background check? Finding A Job After Losing Your Way: Stories of successfully employed ex-offenders provides 11 inspirational stories and practical advice on how to find meaningful employment despite past transgressions.
If you have ever looked for a job you know that employers don't always pick the most qualified or experienced job candidates. Having a criminal record is an additional barrier that can make finding a job an insurmountable challenge ... unless you know the rules of the game. Filled with how-to advice, exercises and success stories, this book will help anyone with a criminal record come out a winner
From T.V. personality to auctioneer. From orthodontist to jazz singer. From technical writer to special ed teacher. This book chronicles the inspiring stories of 12 professionals who left successful careers to start over. Each profile is followed by career changing strategies and suggested resources. The second edition includes a chapter called "Short Cuts," with eight additional profiles.
Looking for a better job or new career but don’t know where to start? I didn’t know that! will kick-start your motivation and provide direction to change your job status.
This collection of essays from a verteran career counselor covers a wide range of career issues including goal setting, self-branding, preparing resumes and cover letters, social media networking, interviewing and much more.