Leaving Academia

Do you feel lost and need clarity in your career? Are you in pain from leaving academia and don’t know where to start? Do you worry about getting a job in the industry? Are you struggling with difficult emotions as you decide to finish your degree, land a tenure track position or simply leave your tenured position?

Let me guide you through this painful process. Learn how to explore your reasons, deal with emotions and harmful thoughts, handle colleagues, network, explore your options, prepare materials, and get interviews.

By following the Leaving Academia Mastery Program, you will change your mindset, have hope, and transition to a new career path. How does this work?

Planning Stage

Creation Stage

Review Stage

  1. Schedule a call.
  2. Decide what level is right for you.
  3. Agree on deadline.
  1. Download the program.
  2. Schedule mentoring sessions (if included).
  3. Ask for a refund after completing Module 1 (if you are not satisfied)
  1. Send materials for revisions.
  2. Schedule a call.
  3. Keep connected if you want.


Ready to leave academia? Let's talk!

Schedule a free consultation

Access the Program

To access the course, you will be redirect to another website: Teachable. Once there, you will have access to the course description and to payment options.

Leaving Academia Mastery Program: Silver

You have access to all the modules, templates and even the bonus.

Leaving Academia Mastery Program: Gold

You have access to the entire program PLUS 5 mentoring sessions (30 minutes each) AND one résumé revision based on my training from the Professional Association of Résumé Writers and Career Coaches.

Leaving Academic Mastery Program: Platinum

You have access to all the modules, PLUS 7 mentoring sessions (30 minutes each) AND 2 résumé revisions.

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