The 5 Top Blog Posts of 2016


Krasi is Carey the Torch's Editor-in-Chief and also represents the Career Development Office in Washington, D.C., working with students on career exploration and development. Krasi holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake and a Master of Arts in International Human Rights from the University of Denver.

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For the Career Development Office (CDO), 2016 was marked by exceptional student treks all around the country, on-campus employer visits with high-profile companies, and hundreds of resume reviews, professional development events, and coaching appointments. However, for me and Krasi Shapkarova (Carey the Torch’s Editor-in-Chief), CDO’s most memorable accomplishment will be how—together—we were able to engage the student body, faculty, staff, administration, and external professionals to share their perspectives on personal and professional growth. Below we have compiled Carey the Torch’s top posts of 2016 based on user engagement.

I strongly encourage you to read these posts if you have not had the opportunity before now. They are exceptionally written and are a testament to CDO’s mission to inspire potential, innovate ideas, empower self discovery, expand knowledge, connect people, and celebrate success. Here’s to all our contributors as we look forward to another great year. Cheers!

5. Want to Change the World? Make Your Brain More Grateful
by Caitlin Magidson, Assistant Director for Career Development, Carey Business School
461 Pageviews
353 Facebook Likes

4. Raised Down South, Educated Up North
by Spencer Twigg, Carey MS Heath Care Management Alumnus
697 Pageviews
395 Facebook Likes

3. Why Carey? Business With Humanity in Mind
by Shereece Benson, Licensed Social Worker and Carey MBA Candidate
763 Pageviews
143 Facebook Likes

2. Eliminating the Dreaded “Um”
by Dr. Steven D. Cohen , Communications Expert and Professional Communications Trainer
851 Pageviews
191 Facebook Likes

1. 7 Overlooked Parts to Success
by Katy Montgomery, Associate Dean for Student Development, Carey Business School
1,771 Pageviews
1,300+ Facebook Likes

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