Welcome to andyteach.com- thewebsite that provides information on author and speaker Andy Teach, his career advice book “From Graduation To Corporation,” and his national speakingengagements.Andy is very passionate about giving career advice.If you are just starting your career or have worked for a while but aren't happy in your current career, you may be interested in Andy’s book or his lectures.
THE BOOK The second edition of From Graduation To Corporation.
This edition contains additional information on job search websites, social networking websites, college career centers, career fairs, dining etiquette, and the different generations in the workplace. Chapter summaries have also been added.
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: Andy has been the guest speaker at companies and organizations such as American Express, the CPA/Law Society of Ventura County, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority, and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA). Andy has also spoken at over 50 colleges/universities across the U.S.
If you would like more information on Andy's speaking engagements or his book, please email him at email@example.com.
MEDIA INTERVIEWS-FORBES.COM Andy has been quoted in over 40 Forbes.com articles. Here are five of the most popular articles. Please click on each one to read the article.
ANDY LAUNCHES CAREER ADVICE YOUTUBE CHANNEL-FROMGRADTOCORP (Please click here to go to channel) FromGradToCorp is for anyone who is looking for a job or who wants to climb the career ladder. The channel features four categories or playlists:
ASK TEACH-Viewers ask Andy for career advice on networking, interviewing, resumes/cover letters, and how to stand out in the workplace. INTERVIEWS-Industry leaders share their success stories and hiring managers reveal how to get the job you want. TIPS FROM TEACH-Andy's useful and sometimes humorous career tips. VIDEO EXTRAS-Bonus career-related videos including a mock interview with a 5 year-old and a promo for the FromGradToCorp channel.
Please see Andy's HD YouTube career advice lecture video below. Once the video begins, click on the Settings icon and then click on 1080p to see the video in high-definition.