Lisa Yee-Litzenberg 6 posts
Lisa is a certified career coach and President of Green Career Advisor, helping individuals find their career niche and secure their dream jobs in the environmental and social-impact sectors. Prior to her current role, Lisa led the environmental career services at the University of Michigan for 10 years and spent 12 years working for the National Wildlife Federation.

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3 Ways to Stand Out After Submitting Your Application

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You submitted your application for your dream job and now you’re wondering if there is anything else you can do to make yourself stand out among the competition. The answer is, yes! Below, you’ll find three key strategies for distinguishing yourself and showing that you are passionate about the role and the organization. Before you […]


The Art of Designing Your Career

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Taking an active role in shaping your professional path—whether that means reflecting on your direction, making minor tweaks to an existing role, or finding a new job altogether—is important for career happiness and fulfillment. Yet many of us give very little thought to being an active architect of our own careers, perhaps because it can […]


How to Design Your Dream Internship

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It’s no secret that when you begin your career search, internship experience will help you stand out from the competition. But how do you secure a paid internship with an organization you love? That is the million-dollar question. According to a study by the Chronicle of Higher Education, the most important resume element that employers […]


The 4 Kinds of Experience You Need on Your Resume

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Job postings by social-impact employers often come with a big list of must-have skills. After all, these employers are looking for people who can solve some pretty tough challenges. But other than soft skills, what kind of experience and technical expertise will get you noticed by social-impact employers? Relevant project experience This is probably one of […]