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At one time, a college degree was enough to get a professional, well paying job.
That is no longer true.
According to the Department of Labor nearly 50% of all college graduates are forced to accept jobs that do not require a college degree… Research tells us that students who focus on career preparation early have better success in the job market and at graduation.
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Meet Bill Holland, PhD
Bill’s books of expertise in college and career draw strongly from his life experiences. He can boast having been a Big Ten scholarship football player who raised and coached two sons who are successful in athletics and career. As an award-winning college professor, business executive and nationally recognized career management guru, he has also authored four books which have helped many navigate the confusing waters of education and career.
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Bill Holland has a sophisticated understanding of what is happening in the job market and what to do about it on a personal level.
Bill Holland’s deep and wide knowledge of the current employment landscape means he can offer real-time advice on what companies want and how young job seekers should approach them. Mr. Holland helped our son tailor his resume and his approach with great results.
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The eldest of our five grand-kids, Kasey (yes, named after Ernest Thayer's poem "Casey at the Bat" ) is now 11 years old and has for years proclaimed her intention to go to college—not just any college, but Stanford University. Admission requirements and affordability...
The athletic department at Michigan State University invited me to participate in their orientation for parents of incoming freshman athletes. These parents were no ordinary group. With this presentation, I got as much as I gave—and then some. It was comforting to be again reassured that PARENTS GET IT.
I am this week returning to Albion to help put in place an outreach to parents and their college-bound students so that upon graduation they are positioned to use their degree for career success.