Announcing Campus to Career’s very first contest! Have you found career happiness? Do you love what you do – every day? Does your team make everyday FUN? Let me know!
1. User must submit a short paragraph on the subject. NOTE: the post must be related to career happiness by Friday, June 6th 11:59 PM CST.
2. User must subscribe to Campus to Career blog (maybe bonus points for liking us on Facebook). 🙂
That’s it! It’s a two-step process. From there, all submittals will be reviewed and entered into a drawing for Starbucks giftcards and a few other goodies.
Grand prize: An advance copy of Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose by Tony Hsieh (CEO, Zappos.com) and featured in my June 7th blogpost, reviewing the book!
Photo credit: Scott Ginsburg
Disclaimer: My June 7th blogpost will be reviewing the book, Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose by Tony Hsieh. In return for recieiving the book in advance, I have been asked to give an honest review. The book will be available for purchase June 7th at http://amazon.com/deliveringhappiness.
6 thoughts on “CONTEST: Finding Happiness in Your Career”
Career happiness is something that I experience everyday as a college admissions director. I work with hundreds of high school seniors each year and nothing brings me a more sense of pride when I see them walk across the graduation stage in 4 years. My career happiness comes from seeing others achieve their dreams and hearing them say thank you for doing something that I love.
Director of Admissions
At Vanguard Management Group a great team of people and a fun-loving, serious sales environment combine to equal career happiness for me. From my first interview to this moment, there has yet to be a dull moment or lack of success-driven buzz in the air. Management has a true open door policy that is both incredibly inviting and open to new ideas. Forming strong relationships solidifies any business success that you will have and VMG is no exception. The staff lives by a compassionate, consultative selling approach to rival that which my corporate past taught me. As a small business, VMG reminds me of the ant that can carry 10 times it’s own body weight without flinching. Everyone works together seemlessly to get the job done. It is an extremely encouraging environment where advice is always helpful and uplifting. I look forward to earning business and forming solid relationships with accounts who are proud to work with such a stand-up organization such as VMG.
Account Manager | SE Territory
Vanguard Management Group
I’m one of the few people I know that chose HR as a career and have only known HR. I have more “joy” than happiness because over the years HR has led me to meet literally thousands of people. People who have left an eternal mark on my life in both positive and challenging ways. I have a career that allows me to learn every day and to continue to meet people around the globe. I wouldn’t trade this career for anyone’s. Not a catch phrase – a reality. I’ve seen so many people grow and become personally and professionally successful throughout my career in HR. It continues to drive me and have passion to improve the profession so other’s can find happiness in HR as well.
This is a neat contest. Career happiness is so important and I wish I had that! Speaking of happiness, check out this contest at http://www.net10laughoff.com where you can enter for a chance to win $500 or just to see happy people laughing just for the fun of it!