Wednesday NetWORK 2/2019

FEBRUARY’S WEDNESDAY NETWORK

Are You Sitting At The Table Or Watching
From The Sidelines?

The Wednesday NetWORK – Meet the new email newsletter from NSWM curated just for you the first Wednesday of every month.

In order to sit at the table, there are many things involved. We at NSWM want to help you get there whether it’s featuring organizations looking for top talent such as yourself or providing you resume and interviewing tips to get you the management job you desire. The NetWORK will be everything work-related from job posts to resources on making a first impression to career development.

FEATURED ARTICLES FOR JOB SEEKERS & EMPLOYERS 

If You’re About to Take a New Job, Should You Consider Your Boss’s Counteroffer?
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These 6 phrases give hiring managers the eye-roll
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5 Simple Tips for Evolving During a Career Change
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8 signs you should quit your job
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Welcome to the Wednesday NetWORK (WN), a newsletter curated for you on the first Wednesday of every month!

WN highlights the work of human service organizations and draws attention to the impact the organization and its staff is having in the community.
HOW IS YOUR ORGANIZATION DISTINGUISHED FROM OTHERS?
WHAT TYPE OF OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION?
SHARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES!

Feature your organization in the next Wednesday NetWORK!

Read what past featured organizations have shared:


“Practice telling your ‘story’ – who are you? What makes you a compelling candidate? In a concise way, how would you describe your relevant experience and skills?”

 


“Don’t be afraid to be yourself and share something unique in your application materials. We’re looking at the whole person, not just your GPA and academic achievements. Show us what you’re passionate about – especially if it aligns with the organization’s mission!”

“To make a good impression, know your audience….what is their position, interest and need? Speak to that.”

 


“It is essential that you demonstrate knowledge of the organization that where you are interviewing. While we all can answer questions about our aspirations, strengths and challenges, how they contribute to the work of the entity is more important as they are seeking new team members that will support the vision and mission of the organization.”

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