Monthly Archive: June 2009

Jobs With Meaning

If you are interested in working in the nonprofit sector, you should check out Idealist.org. According to their website, “Idealist.org is a website that facilitates connections between individuals and institutions that are interested in improving their communities. Over 84,000 nonprofit organizations from more than 180 countries have created profiles on Idealist.org. They use these profiles …

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Twitter for Your Next Job

Hello all! My apologies as I slacked off on this blog in the past few weeks. New clients, teething children, my new certification course (through Job Search Academy – to become a Certified Job Search Strategist, but more on that later) have been sucking up most of my time. I’m hoping to have a better …

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Looking for Guest Bloggers!

I’d love to have other Foreign Service spouses write about their experiences looking for work overseas, lessons learned, getting back into the workforce in DC after being overseas for awhile, and especially folks who have taken advantage of the “extra” employment opportunities – such as Manpower, Professional Associates program, distance learning services from FSI, that …

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Price Change Effective July 1st, 2009

As of July 1st, 2009, all introductory rates listed on my website (here), will disappear. After that time, only regular rates will be in effect. So, if you want to lock in the lower, introductory prices now, NOW is the time to contact me! Email me at JulieMendez@jsmcareercoaching.com and let’s set up a time to …

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