Breaking Bad: Humanitarians Who Went Corporate

How three professionals who started in purpose-driven organizations continued to do good after migrating to “the other side”.

When we began to write this, we thought it might be a mirror reflection of an article we wrote about for-profit executives …

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Who’s Hiring? 8 Organizations Working in Partnership With the AAPI Community

Every year, the United States recognizes the rich histories and cultures of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to commemorate the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants on May 7, 1843. As part of the recognition, lawmakers officially designated May as

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A Day in the Life: Policy Analyst in a Nonprofit Advocacy Group (Energy)

8:00 AM: Arrive at the office and start the morning with your daily review of the news wires to see what developments are afoot in the energy world:  corporate merger rumors, congressional legislation proposals, updates on the latest accounting scandal, announcements by a foreign …

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Nonprofit Speak 101 | Learn the Lingo

If you’ve worked in social impact for a while, you’re probably familiar with the terminology used by nonprofit professionals to describe the ins and outs of operating in a mission-driven environment. But if you’re new to the sector, or making …

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What Is a CV (Curriculum Vitae)?

As you’re searching for a job, you may notice that some postings ask you to submit your resume and others ask you for a CV. While you likely already know what a resume is, you might be wondering about a …

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5 Tips for Success in Healthcare Job Interviews

The healthcare industry is demanding. Whether you’re a physician, nurse, or other healthcare professional, your interactions with patients and families can be life changing. As a result, employers are keen on hiring technically proficient individuals with values and personality traits …

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HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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Jobs for teachers and beyond: Career advice for Education majors

 

With a degree in Education, you might be searching for jobs for teachers, but do you know what other opportunities are available to you? If you had majored in Education forty years ago, you would have earned the most …

By College Recruiter
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How First-Generation College Students Can Find Internships And Entry-Level Jobs Upon Graduation

By Diana Brush

In a good economy, the average entry-level job search can take from three to six months.  In a poor economy, it takes even longer.  First-generation students who are searching for internships or entry-level jobs need to make …

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What Is Career Readiness?

Being able to succeed in the workplace isn’t just about completing day-to-day tasks — it’s about working with others, managing your workload, communicating your results, and building your career. All of those skills are known as career readiness. 

Career readiness …

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5 Tips for Turning Your Internship into a Full-Time Job

Below are five tips that will help you prove that you’re proactive, enthusiastic, skilled, and collegial—which will maximize your chances of securing a full-time offer at the end of your internship.

1. Build strong relationships

Whether it’s your supervisor, coworker, …

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