Military Network Radio with Linda Kreter and Co-host Les Davis
Interview on Military Network Radio - March 14, 2017
What does “veteran-friendly” mean? Does your advisor understand your aspirations? What is your personality and learning preference? How to better understand the “retention rates” and how they can be erroneous – it’s all here.
The Transitioning Student Veteran — Q&A With Karina Money, Ed.D.
insidetrack - September 28, 2016
Returning to civilian life is not simply a matter of going back to school upon return from military duty. In addition to learning how to navigate the institution itself, it is a matter of maneuvering through a complex bureaucratic system of accessing benefits, transfer credits, registration and career advice. There needs to be a greater understanding of the military experience on the part of the institutions themselves.
Factors to Consider When Enrolling in a Doctor of Education Program
Northeastern - August 4, 2016
Dr. Karina Money, the founder of career and educational consulting firm Right Path New England, wanted to speak for a different underserved audience and decided to pursue her doctorate so she could build on her master’s degree.
Fast Company: 5 Habits of Highly Disciplined People
Fast Company - August 3, 2015
When self-disciplined people are ready for career change, for instance, they're proactive about tapping their networks or hiring a career coach, says Karina Money.