How I Got My Job as a College Professor – Marc Hopkins
In this episode of How I Got My Job (mp3, 37:36, 34.4 MB), Marc Hopkins shares how he got a job as a college professor. Among many things, he talked about the value of having an established network and trying out jobs you might be interested in. It was also interesting to hear him talk from the perspective as a hiring manager and as someone looking to be hired.
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J. Marc Hopkins is a Cincinnati, Ohio-based veteran of small business technology leadership in a variety of industries, including education, healthcare and media. He specializes in infrastructure design and consolidation, staff development, business intelligence, and business process improvement for non-profit and mission-focused businesses.
He holds degrees from the State University of New York, Gannon University, and Indiana Wesleyan University. Currently he teaches Information Technology at DeVry University, writes for CIO magazine, and serves as a contracted CIO for multiple small businesses. Follow Marc on his CIO blog, LinkedIn, and on Twitter.
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