After graduating with Honors from Colgate University, John Tripp had an exciting career with two dynamic companies: the Procter & Gamble Co. and the E&J Gallo Winery. At Gallo, John became a Managing Director responsible for annual revenue that equated to over $1 billion in consumer sales.
Throughout his career, John was actively involved in recruiting at dozens of universities. Years ago, he recognized that the typical college senior had a strong academic background, a wide range of experiences, and diverse skills. Despite their qualifications, the majority of college seniors struggled to secure great job offers. They struggled because they had never been properly trained on how to "sell" themselves into a great job/career.
Recognizing that need, John wrote STRAIGHT TALK FOR COLLEGE SENIORS and began to personally coach college seniors on how to successfully navigate the job search process. STRAIGHT TALK's primary objectives are to:
*Demystify the career search process with a common sense approach that ensures that you understand what skills and experiences the potential employer is looking for.
*Create high impact resumes and cover letters that will make the recruiter eager to invite you to an interview.
*Develop exceptional interview skills that can generate great job offers.
If you want direct, simple and proven advice on how to secure the high paying job you deserve, STRAIGHT TALK FOR COLLEGE SENIORS is the right book for you!
RAVE REVIEWS FOR JOHN TRIPP's STRAIGHT TALK FOR COLLEGE SENIORS
"Straight Talk For College Seniors was the key to landing a high paying job during my senior year. After working with John and utilizing his book, I sent my resume out to three Fortune 500 companies. Within a week, I was asked back for interviews by all three companies, and by the end of the month I had landed three final round interviews. By the end of the semester, I found myself accepting a generous offer from the company of my choice. John's methods are practical, effective, and ultimately lead to success landing the job that you desire. If you are looking to find a high paying job out of college, this book will get you there."
Mike, Class of 2014