Wendy Blaettner

Director of the Schreiner Experience

Wendy Blaettner

Wendy Blaettner is the Director of the Schreiner Experience, where she oversees the areas of Career Development, Meaningful Work, Purposeful Lives, & Changing Global Society.  Wendy possesses over 20 years of experience in the field of Human Resource Management.  She enjoys mentoring students in their career planning endeavors, planning student career services events on campus, and networking with employers and community members to bring forth opportunities for students and alumni.  Wendy earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University, and a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Houston Baptist University.

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How College Athletes Make the Transition to the Workforce

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In the aftermath of the spectacular conclusion to this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament, it’s easy to forget that, for the vast majority of college athletes, no career in the game or sport of their choice awaits. And that can …

By Phil Stott - Vault
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5 Careers That Let You Travel the World

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You don’t have to wait until you retire to travel the world. If you choose the right career, you’ll be able to see the world while you earn a living. In fact, there are many career paths that support location …

By Sarah Daren - Vault
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Writing a Winning Personal Statement for Grad School

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By Wendy Blaettner
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Do Your Hair Toss, Check Your Nails: Dressing for Virtual Interviews

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The great philosopher Lizzo once said sang “[w]oo girl, need to kick off your shoes. Got to take a deep breath, time to focus on you.” When it comes to dressing for an interview, the focus should be on you, …

By Ashley Reed - Vault
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3 Traits You Need to Succeed in Interviews

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If you want to land the job you want, you’ll need certain skills and certain experience. You’ll also need to nail your interviews. And to nail your interviews—virtual or in-person—you’ll need the following three traits.

1. Clarity

Before you interview, you …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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7 Tips for Acing Virtual Interviews

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With Covid-19 cases continuing to rise and most white-collar employees still working remotely, virtual interviews are still the norm—and will likely be so for the foreseeable future. This means that, to grow your career, you need to know how to nail …

By Sam Radbil - Vault
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3 Keys to Writing Cover Letters That Stand Out

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It’s a myth that high quality job openings are few and far between thanks to Covid. The truth is, despite the economic uncertainty created by the pandemic, there are many great openings out there. And to get them—or, at least, …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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No, Analytical Skills Aren’t Just for Analysts—Here’s How to Show Yours Off in a Job Search

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You know that your skills are important when you’re looking for a job. You know you need some combination of hard skills and soft skills, and likely some technical skills as well. But when you hear the phrase “analytical skills,” …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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How to Feel More Confident in Interviews

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When you land an interview, you often feel instant joy. Unfortunately, this joy can soon be replaced by anxiety—and that can wreak havoc on your confidence. The good news is there are several distinct ways to fight this anxiety, boosting your …

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What Interviewers Really Want to Hear When They Ask “What Can You Bring to the Company?”

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“What can you bring to the company?” is an interview question that cuts to the core of what you’re doing in any job interview. The goal is simple: convince your interviewer that they want you to work there. And why …

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