Karl Kandt

 A current Career Counselor, and previous U.S.Reserve Officer, Karl Eric Kandt has conjointly worked for Kansas State University as Assistant Director of Career and Employment Services, Wichita State University as tutorial organiser for Athletic Student Services Department, his school Emporia State University as Admissions Counselor, Assistant to the Director of the workplace of college man assist, organiser of Student enlisting, and Associate Director of the workplace of college man Admissions, and his family’s ranch and farm. He has worked with student and alumni in shaping career choices, facilitating workshops in talent development, coordinative and helping with career and spot fairs, and aiding follow-up efforts with recent graduates.

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Additionally, Karl has had the chance to attend and gift at a spread of skilled development conferences. within the early years of his career, he given at a state wide workshop for top college and faculty counselors, developed a workshop for brand new admissions counselors, and was nonappointive Co-Coordinator of the Kansas Delegation to the nice Plains Association of faculty Admissions Counselors. Later in his career, he attended the National Association of faculties and Employers Conference, served as Chair of the Special comes Committee of the Kansas Association of faculties and Employers for seven years, and attended annual conferences throughout the Middle West.

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During his free time, Kandt enjoys charity work. A current member of star Kiwanis Club of Manhattan, Kansas, he volunteers on numerous community comes and initiatives through the organization. He conjointly serves on the Manhattan highschool Alumni Association Board of administrators. within the past, Kandt volunteered with Kansas State University’s United means field chapter and Wichita State University’s Shocker Drive fundraisers.
Karl Kandt features a combined twenty years of expertise as a career counselor, and a radio analyst and public address announcer in athletics at the collegiate and highschool levels.

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