Launch Your Career in College: Strategies for Students, Educators, and Parents

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Note: Page numbers followed by sb indicate text found in sidebars.
ABC, 43
ABD dilemma, 45-47. See also Graduate school
Academia, politics and, 23, 60, 178
Academic advisor. See Advisor
Accountants, 74, 75, 96
Achiever. See also Action; Success
campus activities and, 12-15
Caroline's story, 15-16
characteristics of, 8, 12, 26
Acting, 61
Action. See also Action plans; Passivity
benefit of taking action, 3, 7-8, 117
definitions, 43
responsibility for personal action, 4
Active plans, 33sb
ADA. See Americans with Disabilities Act
Adaptation, 55
Administration staff, relationship with, 20
Adult. See also Student being treated as, 6
Advertising and public relations, 76
Advice, 20. See also Advisor
misinformation and, 32-33
Advisor, 82. See also Career center; Mentor
relationship with, 13, 20, 34, 35sb
[Alternative Pursuits to America's Third Century,] 98
Alumni. See also Professor
student-alumni connection, 98, 109
Ambition, 54, 71. See also Motivation
hustling, 154sb
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 153
AmeriCorps, 48, 83, 105
Angelou, Maya, 4
Annette's story, 24
Antioch College, 93
Anxiety. See Fear
Apprenticeship, 26. See also Mentor
discussed, 8
Astin, Helen S., 43
Attitude
about work, 62-63
attitude test, 33-34, 91-92, 160, 177
positive attitude, 5, 6-7, 99
Baudelaire, Charles, 100
Behavior, 56, 114
changing, 177-178
repertoire of behaviors, 57, 118-119
Blair Witch Project, 81
Boardroom Reports (Edelson), 59
Bolles, Richard N., 107
Brody, Jane, 59
Buchwald, Art, 32
Buckley, Kathleen, 153
Burlington Industries, 59
California State University, 67, 95
Cal Tech, 41

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