Golinski awarded grant for Sophomore Success career development program
Danielle Golinski is assistant director of career services for the Love School of Business.
The North Carolina Career Development Association (NCCDA) has awarded Danielle Golinski, assistant director of career services for the Love School of Business, a grant to continue and grow a career development program called Sophomore Success.
This program engages sophomore students with employers through rotating simulation modules on resume writing and critique, interviewing, networking and an etiquette dinner. NCCDA selects winning programs based on originality, contribution to the career services industry, procedural detail and capacity, realistic budget, and connection to NCCDA’s mission. At next year’s NCCDA Annual Conference, Golinski will present the results of her work through the funds she was awarded.
Golinski was a co-presenter at this year’s NCCDA Annual Conference held at Elon University on Oct. 13. She and her co-presenter, Jenna Hartwell, director of veterinary career services and professional development at N.C. State University, presented on how Gestalt Therapy can be utilized in the modern-age of digital interviewing.