ABOUT ME

42 Years as a Career Counselor:

  •  21 years in private practice in Cambridge, office opened in 1996

  •  21 years, Director of Career Services, Radcliffe College

--Built RCS from a small career office serving seniors and alumni to a widely acclaimed multi-faceted enterprise serving the Greater Boston community

 --Oversaw the development of a comprehensive set of workshops and a large career library

--Initiated and designed innovative programs and conferences dealing with a wide range of current career issues, such as “People Who Fought Discrimination Suits and Won”

 

 --Trained two generations of career counselors and influenced the career counseling profession

--Honored for service by Radcliffe College by being made Director of Radcliffe Career Services and Programs, emerita

--Founded and coordinated the Boston Reevaluation Counseling community which grew from two members to over 650 students and 35 teachers in five years

--With Cambridge Documentary Films, co-produced two nationally distributed videos on career counseling: the award-winning Not Just a Job: Career Planning for Women and Life's Work: Four Approaches to Career Counseling.

 

--BA from Radcliffe and Harvard Colleges

-- EdM in Human Development from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. 

--Married to Maurice R. Stein, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Brandeis University

--Parent of two grown children, one a professor of environmental studies and anthropology and the other a high school history teacher.

--Listed in the most recent editions of Who's Who in the East and Who's Who of American Women

Featured in the Boston Globe, the New York Times Sunday Business Section, Harvard Magazine, Continental (Airlines) Magazine, Hope Magazine, and many more.

Memberships:

  • The Career Counselors' Consortium

  • The American Counseling Association

  • The National Career Development Association

  • The Career Planning and Adult Development Network

  • An ongoing peer discussion group of career counseling professionals.

© 2020 by Phyllis Stein.