Carolina VonKampen

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Executive Values by Kurt Senske

I read Kurt Senske’s book on Christian leadership for my Business Ethics class during my last semester of college. Senske’s Executive Values: A Christian Approach to Organizational Leadership explores how Christian values can support long-term organizational success. The book gives practical advice and real examples of companies and leaders who have followed Christian values and seen success because of it. Continue reading

Why I’m Starting a Career Advice Column for My Alma Mater’s Campus Newspaper

Now that I’ve graduated from Concordia and left my two-year run as an editor of its campus newspaper, The Sower, I’m going to end up writing more for it as an alumna than I ever did as a student worker.

I will write a twice-monthly career advice column for Concordia students. It’s an idea I toyed with while I was managing editor of The Sower last year—I wanted to share my strategies and stories of how I built up my resume and prepared to jump headfirst into a career postgraduation. But last year was crazy for me, mostly because I was doing too much to prepare for my career instead of enjoying my last year of college. I didn’t utilize my opportunity to write for The Sower beyond a heartfelt explanation of why The Sower exists and a few Buzzfeed-esque listicles. Continue reading

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