Talk Title:
Your Super Power Lies in the Academic Training You’ve
Invested In!

Career Management

You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a Useless Liberal
Arts Education

George Anders


Questions & Answers


Webinar Overview

Your Super Power Lies in the Academic Training You’ve Invested In!

  • Did you take the right classes in college?
  • Will your major help you get the right job offers?

For more than a decade, the national spotlight has focused on science and engineering as the only reliable choice for finding a successful post-grad career. However, George will remind you of the power and potential your liberal arts degree has and will share three strategies to leverage that to get a job quicker!

George will share the following strategies to help you launch and lead a successful career.

  • You have a clean slate and can start or do anything!
  • Learn how to tell your story and toot your own achievements
  • You need to be a problem solver and constantly adapting

George will remind you that at any stage of your career, you can bring a humanist’s grace to our rapidly evolving high-tech future. Knowing how to attack the job market, your opportunities will be vast.

Presenter: George Anders

George has been writing about dreamers, idealists and rascals since 1981. He’s a featured writer of articles and essays at Forbes magazine,, and the LinkedIn/Influencers program. You will find additional writing homes in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg View and Fast Company magazine. I’ve also launched a travel blog, written five books and spun out several hundred bedtime stories for our kids.

In 1997, George shared in the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting!

George grew up on the South Side of Chicago. As an adult, he spent time in New York City, London, Cambridge MA and Washington DC before settling in northern California. If he’s not writing you will find George hiking, albeit at a slow but stubborn rate. This has lead him through adventures trekking in Nepal, Peru and New Zealand, as well as making it to the top of Mt. Whitney, Mt. Fuji and Cerro Chirripo.