- Starting from the End – Orchestrating the Career of Your Dreams
- Location: Campus Center, Room 305 (third floor), 3:30-4:30 p.m.
- Facilitated by: Mickey Levitan, Visiting Fellow, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Do you want to choose (or find) a career that follows your passion? Setting a North Star helps make strategic career choices that add up. What courses to take? Is serving my community important now? If so, how much and what type of service should I be engaging with? What work experience? How do I put the building blocks in place so that my passions and my career preparation align? In this session, learn mindsets and skillsets that can help create that great job path and weave together the rich career you seek.
Mickey Levitan’s career spans the nonprofit, government, business, and academic sectors where his leadership has centered on building high-performing teams that make things better.
Mickey has worked for the Peace Corps, as a White House Fellow in President Clinton’s Domestic Policy Council, and with Cummins, Apple, and Emmis Communications.
In his last business role, Mickey was Founder and CEO of an educational technology company, making the software behind IU’s etext program.
At present, Mickey is a Visiting Fellow at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, conducting R&D on a program to enable nonprofits to tackle challenges that limit broader impact and sustainability.