Tag Archives: career channel

Your Career Journey

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There are many paths to finding the career that makes you excited to go to work every day. Mary Walshok, PhD, Associate Vice Chancellor, Public Programs; Dean, UC San Diego Extension explains how your personal and cultural values can shape your career journey. Andy Kieatiwong shares his story of going from student to CEO and how leveraging your college experiences can set you up for success.

Watch:

Changing the Way We Work with Mary Walshok

Building Rockets, Building Careers with Andy Kieatiwong

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Flip the Script with the Career Channel

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53,000. That is the number of young adults ages 16–24 in San Diego County who are NOT in school or working. This is a shocking statistic — and one that must change. The story is not final, but we must act now to flip the script from “disconnection” to “opportunity.” These are opportunity youth. When we engage young people through jobs, school and community, we all win. When we don’t, the long-term impact is devastating on every level. Flip the Script: 53,000 Reasons to Change the Story of San Diego’s Opportunity Youth addresses the disconnection crisis and focuses on solutions.

Watch Flip the Script: 53,000 Reasons to Change the Story of San Diego’s Opportunity Youth.

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“60 Seconds and You’re Hired!” with Robin Ryan

If you enjoy what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.

But how do you land your dream job?

Top career coach and author Robin Ryan visited UC San Diego for 2013 Career Boost Camp and UCSD-TV has captured some of her tips for taking your career to the next level.

Hear her strategies for promoting your own personal brand that will allow you to pursue more fulfilling work, while representing yourself as best you can to potential employers.

Watch “60 Seconds and You’re Hired!” with Robin Ryan as she discusses how to improve your career with Reo Carr, executive editor of San Diego Business Journal.

For more career tips check out Robin Ryan’s book, “60 Seconds and You’re Hired!” or check out the articles, videos and podcasts available at The Career Channel.

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May 2013 Highlights

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War, Democracy, Life and Death in Iraq

It’s been ten years since the U.S. and its allies invaded Iraq. How has the war shaped the country? Where is it headed? In two new programs, experts on the Middle East offer up their insights.

The Iraq War Since 2003: Ten Years of Consequences

Iraq’s Journey from Dictatorship to Democracy with Iraq’s U.N. Ambassador, Hamid Al-Bayati

More available at www.uctv.tv/iraq

The Multi-dimensional Mind

Learn from leading experts in neurology, neuropsychology, neuroscience and geriatrics about how your brain works and how it changes with age. Presented by UCSF Osher Mini Medical School.

The Multi-dimensional Mind

The Pursuit of Climate Justice

Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and the former President of Ireland Mary Robinson shares her vision of climate justice, linking human rights to science in order to protect vulnerable populations and foster equitable stewardship of the world’s resources.

Pursuing Climate Justice with Mary Robinson

Is Beer in Your Career?

What are the career opportunities in the burgeoning craft brewing industry? In this new presentation from The Career Channel, job seekers will learn the answers from a panel of experts, including Stone Brewing founder Greg Koch, who converse about why San Diego has become such a nationally renowned region for craft beer production, and where the professional brewing industry is headed.

Is Beer In Your Career?

Premieres May 20 on The Career Channel


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (PACIFIC TIMES)

 

All programs repeat throughout the month. Visit the Program Schedule on our web site for additional air dates and times.

Health & Medicine

Healthy Aging programs on UCTV

Breast Cancer and the Environment

Children’s Food Allergies

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Science

< The Scientific Case for Urgent Action to Limit Climate Change

Interactive Visioning – Figure Sea Level Rise

Long Fuse, Big Bang: Thomas Edison, Electricity, and the Locus of Innovation

Can Global Warming Be Held to 2 Degrees Celsius above Pre-industrial?

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Public Affairs

Elephants or People? Ethical Dilemmas in Recovering Endangered Species

A Look at What Cesar Chavez Symbolizes in the 21st Century with Hilda Solis

Achieving Equality for Women with Mary Ann Mason

Why the United States Must Come to Terms with the Islamic Republic of Iran with Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett

My Forty Years at Berkeley with Harry Kreisler

Asia, the West and the Logic of One World with Kishore Mahbubani

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Humanities

Lunch Poems: Lyn Hejinian

Joyce Carol Oartes – Story Hour in the Library

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Arts & Music

Listz in the World

An Evening of Sacred Music and Dances from Japan Kagura Ensemble of the Chichibu Shrine

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Business

Entrepreneurship in the HealthCare Industry with Lesie Bottorff

Intellectual Journey with Gary Becker

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New Online Videos and Podcasts

Quality Improvement and Health Care Reform

Sea Turtles of Indonesian New Guinea – Perspectives on Ocean Science

more videos and podcasts >>

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What Makes a Leader? And Other Career Channel Wisdom

What is it that makes a leader? According to Cynthia Burnham, author of The Charisma Edge: A How-To Guide for Turning on Your Leadership Power, confidence and power can translate into success in the corporate world and beyond.

In “What Makes a Successful Leader?,” the  latest installment of the Career Channel’s audio podcast series “Career Talk,” Burnham shares her tips on how to construct the confidence needed to be a successful leader.

If it’s inefficiency that’s holding you back, tune in for “Minimizing Wasteful Work,” host Henry DeVries’ enlightening conversation with Lynn Coffman, author of Slay the Email Monster. In the corporate world, waste is one of productivity’s largest obstacles, but Coffman offers up some helpful ways to minimize wasteful work and focus effort productively.

There’s plenty more career conversation happening at UCTV’s Career Channel, powered by UC San Diego Extension, so stop by to see what’s new. And make sure to like the Career Channel on Facebook for the latest updates on workplace issues that matter to you.

 

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