Joe Fruscione and Allessandria Polizzi have partnered to create today's post on the language of post-ac reinvention. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By Joe Fruscione and Allessandria Polizzi A key part of one’s post-ac … [Read more...] about Speaking the Language, Getting the Job – Fruscione 3/Polizzi 6
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You Have an Interview. Now What? — Fruscione #3
From this week we are moving from a general "buck up, little soldier" support for your decision to transition to the post-ac search, toward targeted advice about the search itself. We'll be focusing on all the core elements of the job … [Read more...] about You Have an Interview. Now What? — Fruscione #3
Should I Blog About My #Postac Decision? – Fruscione 2
Last week on Facebook, a commenter wrote, "I quit my PhD in December and I still carry the 'shame' with me, as if I did something horribly wrong. 'But you've already put so much work into it I was told. Four and a half years to be exact - I know! I … [Read more...] about Should I Blog About My #Postac Decision? – Fruscione 2
On Going Post-Ac – Fruscione 1
Joe has just this year made the decision to quit the academic job search and put all his efforts into post-ac work, focusing particularly on starting his own editing business. I asked him to be part of the Post-Ac Expert panel precisely because he … [Read more...] about On Going Post-Ac – Fruscione 1
Introducing More Post-Ac Experts–Joe Fruscione and Stephanie Day
Joe Fruscione Joseph Fruscione is reinventing himself as a freelance copyeditor, proofreader, and writing consultant. He’s handled several editing projects in the last few months, including: a scholarly book manuscript; nonprofit organization’s … [Read more...] about Introducing More Post-Ac Experts–Joe Fruscione and Stephanie Day
Ask the Post-Acs: “What happens to my scholarly work after the transition?”
Occasionally the TPII Post-Ac Consultants put their heads together to respond to a particularly compelling question that arises in the course of their consultations with post-ac clients. Today, they share their thoughts on the question of publishing … [Read more...] about Ask the Post-Acs: “What happens to my scholarly work after the transition?”
Ask the Post-Acs #2 — What’s It Like to Work With You One-on-One?
Dear Post-acs, Can you tell me what it’s like to work with you on a one-on-one basis? What happens in the free initial 20-minute consultation? And, once we’ve decided to work together further, what happens in the 50-minute Skype consultations? How … [Read more...] about Ask the Post-Acs #2 — What’s It Like to Work With You One-on-One?
ASK THE #POST-ACS – How do I describe my academic work experience in post-ac interviews?
The following is the first in a new occasional series, "Ask the #Postacs." The panel of postacademic experts (bios here) will weigh in on reader questions as a collective. Please send your questions for future columns to firstname.lastname@example.org. … [Read more...] about ASK THE #POST-ACS – How do I describe my academic work experience in post-ac interviews?
Chronicle Vitae’s Free Dossier Service
As you probably know by now I am launching a post-ac branch of The Professor Is In, dedicated to advice and information for people seeking jobs outside the academy. I’ll be posting 2 post-ac posts written by my team of experts early in the week, and … [Read more...] about Chronicle Vitae’s Free Dossier Service
Moving On w/a PhD Help
Moving On w/a PhD Services $75 Initial 30-minute phone or skype consultation Talk with a Real-Ac* Expert (introduced below) about your goals, background and concerns, and determine if you want to move ahead with consulting or job application … [Read more...] about Moving On w/a PhD Help