Author Archives: Mitzi Waltz

About Mitzi Waltz

Dr Mitzi Waltz has recently embarked on working as a freelance disability consultant, trainer and writer, based in Amsterdam. She was previously Senior Lecturer in Autism Studies at The Autism Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, following five years with the Autism Centre for Education and Research (ACER), University of Birmingham, and a long career as a journalist and journalism educator. She has contributed to many key pieces of autism research and resources, including the DCSF Inclusion Development Programmes on working with children and young people with autism. She has written ten books, the most recent of which is Autism: A Social and Medical History (2013, Palgrave Macmillan).

Keeping Track of Applications and Related Materials

Looking for work? There are many simple things you can do now that can help you meet application deadlines without a last-minute rush, or the mistakes that can come with it. Start by creating a master job-search document with every … Read More »

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Time-management strategies for job-hunters

Seeking work can turn into a full-time job if you let it—and that’s a problem if you must juggle job-hunting alongside studying, current work responsibilities, and family commitments. The trick is to take control of the time you spend by … Read More »

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Building A Career-Search Network As A New Graduate

If your time at university comes to an end this term or you are a recent graduate, building a career-search network is a must. That’s because not all job listings are published, and even when they are your connections can … Read More »

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