Fast Track Your Career with GlobalEd's Career Accelerator Program
Now accepting applications!
Extended Deadline: Applications due October 12, 2022
Join a cohort of professionals looking to advance to the next level in their careers. Led by GlobalEd Consultants with decades of experience, the program includes:
- Individual consultation and coaching
- Leadership Portfolio development
- Resume editing and support – we will transform your resume to stand out from the rest
- Two small group coaching sessions to refine your job search strategy and your opening story
- Practice interviews
The fall cohort is for early career or beginning professionals in the field, or college students/college graduates. The progam begins October 20 and runs for 10 weeks.
We are looking for early career professionals for this fall cohort. You should be at entry level or with 3-5 years of experience in the field. Recent college graduates or current college students welcome!
Individual Consultation and Coaching
You will have one 60 minute session with a GlobalEd Consultant. We’ll focus on telling your story and finding a “hook” – a repeatable, genuine, meaningful encapsulation of your reasons for advancing in the field. We’ll then focus on your specific skills and abilities, and how to powerfully articulate these on your resume and interviews.
Leadership Portfolio Development
We will next focus on building your Leadership Portfolio – on what projects have you demonstrated leadership abilities and skills? What is your vision? How can you effectively communicate that vision to others? We will develop an online portfolio on GlobalEd that can include your resume and showcase your projects to potential employers.
Resume Editing and Support
We will focus on resume polishing, editing, and formatting to best convey your professionalism, expertise and narrative to potential employers. Strong resumes are clean and focused, with a clear narrative and supporting experience and evidence.
Two Small Group Coaching Sessions
Learning from your peers and cohort is often the best way to “test drive” your narrative and resume. We’ll use these sessions to workshop your story, skills, and leadership abilities, and to improve each others resumes. We’ll also discuss current job search strategies and identify current job openings.
Finally, we’ll conduct a mock interview in which you can practice your new interview skills and ace the interview process.
Bryan McAllister-Grande, Ed.D., Founder and Director (he/him/his)
Bryan has over 20 years of experience in global higher education strategy, program design, intercultural teaching and coaching, assessment, and curriculum development. He is Director of Academic Integration and Planning at Northeastern University’s Global Experience Office. Bryan has twice served on the national Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Leadership team for NAFSA: Association of International Educators. He was formerly at Brandeis University, Clark University, and E.F. Education. Bryan is the co-author of NAFSA’s International Higher Education Research: The State of the Field (2020) and a contributor to The Handbook of International Higher Education, Second Edition (2021), The Promise of Higher Education (2021), and The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education (2018).
Martin Tillman, GlobalEd Consultant
Martin is a nationally recognized author, thought leader and expert on the linkage of education abroad to student career development and employability. He is President of Global Career Compass, an international consulting practice and an Affiliate to the Gateway International Group. Previously, he was Associate Director of Career Services at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. In his distinguished career as an international educator, he has held senior leadership positions with pioneering international education programs.
Among his many publications, he is co-author of: Employability: How education abroad impacts the transition to graduate employment (2020), in Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice; and Higher Education and the Employability Agenda (2015), in the SAGE Handbook of Higher Education Policy and Governance. Marty’s blog, Global Career Compass, https://globalcareercompass.wordpress.com/about/, is widely read.
$425 USD, which includes a free full-year membership to GlobalEd and access to additional free classes, events, and labs ($60 value). Financial aid and scholarships are available.
Apply to the program by October 12. Participants for the fall cohort will be selected by October 15. The program begins October 20.
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