Mitch Lederman

Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching

Mitch Lederman

Mitch Lederman brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team.  In addition to prior roles providing higher education career services, Mitch has experience as a nuclear engineer with the Bechtel Power Company, a global Fortune 50 company and as a licensing engineer and financial/treasury analyst at Northeast Utilities, a Fortune 500 company and the largest nuclear utility in New England in the 1990s.  He later segued from those roles to managing director positions with two executive search firms, each having a national scope across multiple industries and functional disciplines.

Complementing these experiences, Mitch holds a Master of Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.  He and his wife, Cheri, relocated to College Station from Cleveland, OH after previous stops in Florida and New York.  He and enjoys exploring new places, taking nature walks, and scouting antiques.

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Know the STAR Interview Method

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In Know the STAR Interview Method, Jean Juchnowicz reviews the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Results) method for responding to behavioral type questions. Highlighting each aspect of the STAR interview, Jean also provides guidance on preparing your responses.

If you would …

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5 Phrases to Avoid Like the Plague in an Interview

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In 5 Phrases to Avoid Like the Plague in an Interview, Elana Konstant discusses the five phrases she feels are not appropriate for an interview:

“While I don’t have the exact experience…”
“My last supervisor was a terrible manager.”
“What …

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Getting hired at Google and Amazon

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In 3 traits you need to get hired at Amazon, Google and other top companies, Courtney Connley outlines several traits you need to stand out from the crowd and increase your chance of being hired by FANG and other top …

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Are Your Listening Skills Sabotaging Your Personal and Professional Relationships?

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In Listen With Integrity To Build Successful Relationships, Marcus Straub discusses how different behaviors limit the effectiveness of your communications, and hinder your relationships with others.

If you would like additional information on this or any other facet of career …

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I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned

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In “I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned,” Robert Coombs talks about his experiences with online applications. Of particular note are his observations regarding “Less Applying, More Networking,” specifically: 1) It’s …

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Job Search Anxiety? Everyone Experiences It!

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In Job Search Anxiety? Everyone Experiences It, Angela Copeland, a career coach and CEO at Copeland Coaching, talks about ways to address the frustration and disappointment of the job search.

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Unspoken Rules of the Workplace

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Entering the workforce for the first time can be a shock to the system, with many charted and uncharted minefields to navigate. In New Graduates: These are the Unspoken Rules of the Workplace No One Tells You, Anisa Purbasari Horton, …

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Tell People About Your Communication Style

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According to Shari Harley, Keynote Speaker & Trainer at Candid Culture Business Communication Training, “If you’ve been given the same feedback repeatedly, or know you create a first impression that may be challenging to others, set expectations and tell people …

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11 Things to Do the Night Before an Interview (if You Want to Land the Job)

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If you’ve ever spent the day (or more) before an interview, worrying about what could be and playing the “What if” game, then you are not alone. However, as Alyse Kalish, an Associate Editor for The Muse, writes in 11 …

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Thoughts on Using LinkedIn

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In If you’re using LinkedIn like a digital résumé, you’re doing it all wrong, Austin Belcak (www.CultivatedCulture.com) describes several common mistakes job seekers make in preparing and publishing their LinkedIn profiles:

Your summary doesn’t mention your goals
Your profile doesn’t …

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