“I consider work sacred,” Clayton Spencer, president of Bates College, said over coffee in London a few weeks ago. She wasn’t talking about her own job, though she clearly loves what she does. She was
But the transition away from traditional credentials faces strong headwinds for now. When Giancarlo Martinez applied a few years ago to be a web developer at Genome, a digital marketing firm in New York,
Rebecca Dunphy's "aha" career moment happened in her third year of costume studies at university in Halifax. "Everyone around me was arguing about the width that a buttonhole should be," says Ms. Dunphy.
Peter Caven is managing director, Launched Careers, Toronto. Next month, students will be heading off to university – some for the first time and others for the last time. There are several things they