Make Things Happen by Lara Zielen
  

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Make Things Happen by Lara Zielen

This book helps teens discover that endless job and career possibilities are just a conversation away. Twenty-something author Lara Zielin provides a fresh writing style and perspective based on her own experience. A reliable guide with important details on why people network, where to network, and how to overcome the fear of networking, this book shows teens how to broaden their horizons and confidently set a positive course for the future. Packed with valuable information on internships, job shadowing, and volunteer work, Make Things Happen also provides key definitions and challenging exercises. Zielin uses creative ways to highlight information to make it accessible to young adult readers; Case in Point boxes include inspirational true stories about people who have achieved success through networking; Ain't It a Fact calls out an important factor idea from the chapter that is being read; and Picking the Expert's Brain suggests other ways to find more information.

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Format

Paperback
154 pages

Author

Lara Zielen
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Publication date

11th June 2010

ISBN

9781458761361


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