Noblesville, May 19, 2022: The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Kim Olesker as its Executive Director, effective May 9. As the executive director, Kim is the chief administrative and development officer for the Foundation and is responsible for the daily operations in support of the Foundation’s mission to provide funding for educational programs in support of developing principled business leaders.
Do you ever feel like you’re always on the go, jumping from one activity to the next? Thinking about all the things you still need to check off your long to-do list? Maybe you’re more worried about capturing a great experience on video instead of enjoying it through your own eyes. If any of this sounds like you, you’re not alone.
Life can often feel hectic, even overwhelming, for busy students and business professionals. The increasing demands of this always-on, always-connected culture can make it challenging to slow down and be present in the moment.
The practice of mindfulness has been growing in popularity because of its ability to help people better manage stress and distractions in a busy, noisy world.
With people living longer and many working well past the traditional retirement age, there are currently five different generations working side-by-side in many companies today.
When a team with a wide range of ages is put together, there will certainly be differences in styles, perspectives, and expectations. However, while they can sometimes create conflict, it is these differences that can make a team stronger, more creative, and more innovative.
Learning to accept and embrace the differences of others can help you develop professionally and learn important lessons from more experienced colleagues.
Now Hiring – Chapter Educational Resource Coordinator (Remote)
Alpha Kappa Psi is looking to grow its team with a Chapter Educational Resource Coordinator. This entry-level role is the first point of contact for chapter officers and chapter advisors, and assists each chapter in achieving its membership, programming, and financial goals.
Budgeting is important for everyone, regardless of income level or life stage. But it’s especially important for college students and young professionals, as you begin managing your life and finances separate from your parents.
Read on to learn more about the importance of fiscal responsibility and the steps to creating (and sticking to) a realistic personal budget.