Bev Porter

Director

Bev Porter

Bev leads the Career Management Center with an outstanding professional background in top academic and corporate organizations. She has developed a reputation as a results-oriented, creative leader for her team and enjoys working with NC State Jenkins students to help them exceed their career goals. Prior to her time at NC State, she spent a decade in career counseling, program development and delivery, global coaching and corporate relations with another top-ranked MBA program. Bev holds an undergraduate degree in Materials and Logistics Management from Michigan State University and a Masters of Education in Counseling from NC State.

Bev is perfectly positioned to lead the Career Management Center and to serve as an advocate for students given her certifications as a Life Coach, Health Coach, Marriage Coach, and Social and Emotional Intelligence Coach.

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3 Ways to Stay Connected if You Don’t Get the Job

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So, you’ve just been turned down for that job you’ve been interviewing for. Now what?

Stay connected!

There’s a critical moment of opportunity after receiving a rejection and below, you’ll find some tips to try the next time you find yourself …

By Alexis Perrotta - Idealist Careers
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Interview Success- from the Eyes of the Recruiter

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I have spent over 7 years providing career coaching to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni. Now, I serve as a Recruitment & Onboarding Specialist at a national nonprofit. Being on the other side of the table allows …

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4 Myths About Networking You Have to Stop Believing

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“I hate networking.”

I hear this phrase when working with clients all too frequently, and it’s usually accompanied by the person claiming they’re not good at networking and need to find a way around it, because it’s simply not going …

By Raluca Graebner - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions
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How Leadership Development Programs Are Advancing Women In Tech

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For the first time in US history, female
representation in the workforce has reached nearly 50 percent. That’s a stark difference
from 1950, when it was less than a third. And that’s not all that has
changed: Since
1982,
women …

By Liam Berry - WayUp Guide
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