Beth Hendler-Grunt is the founder and president of Next Great Step. The firm’s sole focus is to guide college students and recent grads to help them to land the job they deserve. She leverages techniques and insights of advising CEOs and brings those secrets to students to help them stand out and get the job. She has enabled hundreds of clients to achieve success where 90% of clients land the job of their choice. Ms. Hendler-Grunt is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller, “The Next Great Step: The Parents’ Guide to Launching Your New Grad into A Career”. This is a must-have resource for parents. Ms. Hendler-Grunt has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, SiriusXM radio, Kiplinger, CNN, Fortune, and many other media outlets. Her clients have landed jobs at Amazon, Yelp, JP Morgan, EY, and Major League Baseball to name a few. She is also the mom of a recent college grad and college sophomore… so she gets it.
Beth Hendler-Grunt is a recognized thought leader in the college-to-career space. She has extensive experience consulting with start-ups to Fortune 500 firms. She leverages her expertise to help college students succeed when they graduate.
Questions to Ask Beth
- How can a parent help their college kid improve their job prospects for the summer or post-graduation? And get them off the payroll.
- What should a parent tell their child when they say, “I don’t know what to do with my life!”?
- What are the inside secrets to getting hired from the employer’s side? What is a company really looking for?
- How does mental health impact a young adult’s job search?
- I thought my kids’ university was going to help them get a job. Should I rely on them for support?
- How important are internships? How can a student get one?
- What are the hiring trends for entry-level jobs?
- How can a college student best prepare for interviews, especially video and 1-way video interviews?
- What should a college student do to network? How should they do it?
- Why should job seekers consider a career coach…can’t they just go it alone?