Head of Program Development at Luminary, Surabhi Lal talked to me about her decade of experience coaching careers of change. Surabhi sits at the intersection of conversations with job seekers and employers in the public service space. Listen to Surabhi’s career trajectory as she also share careers tips, dos and don’ts, based on her decade of working with students and professionals in the social good space. From bringing you career tips; real insights of what employers are looking for to the emotional dimensions of job search, find our how Episode 5 of Season 3 of The Social Change Career Podcast can help you in your job search journey.
*At the time of the recording, Surabhi held the title of Director of Career Services NYU Wagner. Don’t panic, we change careers, rather, enjoy the podcast.
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