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Phil Jarvis

Director of Global Partnerships

philj@careercruising.com
1.800.965.8541 x 117

When you were a kid, what career did you want to have?

I wanted to be a pilot, a ship captain, an explorer, a long-haul truck driver, a meteorologist, an anthropologist, and many more things. I was frustrated I was only supposed to pick one.

What do you do at Career Cruising?

I build partnerships with agencies that will bring our inspiring ccEngage resources to benefit entire communities, regions and countries.

What are you extremely passionate about? Why?

I love to travel. I still leave nose prints on plane windows. I love to play with original ideas with people who are passionate about making a difference.

What’s your favourite book? Why?

Any book by Wilbur Smith or James Michener. I've read them all. I love the way they both ground amazingly real characters and spell-binding plots in true historical perspective.

Phil's latest blog posts

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Creating Pathways to Prosperity

Harvard recently hosted a Creating Pathways to Prosperity conference for education, government, business, and third sector leaders from across the U.S. The goal was to address the growing concern for young people’s career prospects. Career Cruising and Thoughtstream presented six questions to conference invitees a month ahead of the actual meeting dates. What follows is a very abbreviated, yet informative summary of the results.

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The Perfect Storm: 4 workforce megatrends you need to know about

Like Hurricane Sandy that recently devastated the east coast, massive weather systems occasionally converge in extraordinary ways to create a "perfect storm". Four labor force megatrends are now converging to create a perfect storm that will impact employment prospects for years to come. Learn about the problem at hand, and an easy to implement solution.

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NCDA 2012 Career Summit Dinner - Atlanta, GA

Career Cruising is hosting a series of "Career Summit" dinners across North America to provide a venue for career leaders to explore options for collective action to move career and workforce development higher on the public agenda. Here, you will find a summary of issues discussed at our Atlanta Career Summit Dinner, in conjunction with the NCDA 2012 Global Career Development Conference.

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