Tag Archives: collegeMay 17, 2019
My name is Grace Wofford, and Dr. Brunner invited me to share my career mentor experience as he has helped me progress from a once confused and uncertain undergraduate to a focused and confident postgraduate of the University of Arizona. … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged assessment, career, career assessment, career coach, Career Consultant, career counseling, Career Counselor, career fog, career guidance, Career Mentor, career planning, career selection, coach, college, College Counseling, College guidance, Consultant, counseling, counselor, Mentor, mentoring, Mentorship, personalized career guidance, personalized career matching | Comments Off on From Confused Undergraduate to Focused Graduate: Personalized Career Matching in action March 22, 2019
For over 10 years I have actively listened to academic advisors clarify their struggles as they advise confused students with no firmly rooted career plan. As a published assessment and vocational expert, I developed a process to address the epidemic … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged academic, academic assessment, Academic planning, career, career assessment, Career Consultant, career counseling, career guidance, Career Mentor, choosing a college, college, College Consultant, College guidance, college planning, lifelong passions, Mentor, mentoring, Sweet Spot | Comments Off on Unleashing the Power of Academic Advising and Student Potential
John Tamny sees the prophetic writing on the wall with his new book: “The End of Work: Why Your Passion can Become Your Job”September 14, 2018
One of the most “cut to the bone” books I have read recently is Tamny’s hot-off-the-press book. And his perspective is as fresh as the original glazed donut you eat when you pull into Krispy Kreme when the HOT NOW … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged assessment, career, career guidance, college, College guidance, counselor, education, End of Work, John Tamny, Mentor, personalized matching, vocational calling, work as play | Comments Off on John Tamny sees the prophetic writing on the wall with his new book: “The End of Work: Why Your Passion can Become Your Job” September 29, 2017
Take Home Point: You can leverage technology trends to minimize your tuition costs and save for the most important parts of education. The traditional University model of how education is delivered through sagacious professors in physical classrooms, was set up … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged career, career counseling, Career Counselor, college, College guidance, college selection, counselor, e-learning, Guidance Counseling, Guidance Counselor, home schooling, internet education, online degrees, online education, paying for college, saving for college, tuition, tuition education | Comments Off on How to Leverage the end of the traditional University to most wisely spend your Education Dollars March 17, 2017
Continued working relationship with the University of Arizona Athletics Department…BEAR DOWN! Dr. Brunner continues to work as a regular external consultant to the UA Athletics Department, providing careful assessments of their NCAA Division I student athletes from a wide array … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged career, career assessment, career planning, cogmed, college, College guidance, parenting, scientific measure | Comments Off on Spring Newsletter 2017 August 21, 2015
One of the most profoundly analytical and thus compelling articles I’ve read in the last few days grabbed my attention with this headline: “The Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College”. This is a provocative article every parent … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged career, career assessment, college, education, vocational | Comments Off on Are there Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College?