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June 26th Webinar

Job Search for a Macro Social Worker Webinar & Coaching Package

 

By Rachel L. West
Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant

Over the past several weeks I have been working to improve the Job Search for a Macro Social Worker webinar so to give you the best possible experience. I have reworked the presentation into a webinar and coaching package that includes access to the 90 minute webinar along with a resume review and a 20 minute coaching session for each attendee.

How does this work? I will be presenting the webinar throughout the summer. When you register you will receive a confirmation email. The email will include instructions about submitting your resume/CV as well as how to schedule your one-on-one coaching session. Coaching sessions can be done by phone or via video conferencing.

The webinar explores the different job opportunities for macro practitioners and where to locate open positions. It also covers the job search and application process as well as personal branding. There is a Q&A after the presentation where you can ask any questions you have about your job search.

The one-on-one coaching portion of the package includes a review of and written feedback on your resume/CV. The 20 minute meeting gives you the opportunity to ask questions pertaining to your resume and job search strategy.

You can register for this event here. Newsletter subscribers receive a discounted rate. You can subscribe to the newsletter at http://eepurl.com/EsDzT.

If you have any questions or trouble registering please leave a comment below or email me at rlwestconsulting@gmail.com.

 

Posted by Rachel L. West

In addition to being the founder of The Political Social Worker blog, I am a consultant. My consulting practice offers advocacy and community outreach solutions to nonprofits, social good organizations, and private practitioners. Additionally, I offer career coaching to macro social work students and professionals.

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