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This issue of Seattle Goodwill’s Job Notes explores tips on how to tell your story to employers, interview advice from Goodwill employment specialists, our impact in the community, and a spotlight on student success.
This issue of Job Notes explores Seattle Goodwill's Youth Programs, spotlights demographic trends across the counties we serve, discusses the opportunities an informational interview can provide, and shows how teamwork can help you achieve your goals.
This issue of Job Notes shows that it's never too late for college, success even when the journey isn't easy, why digital literacy matters to you, and a survey to help determine financial management programs.
This issue of Job Notes focuses on searching for work with a conviction history, how to remain optimistic during your job search, how to make the most of your next job fair experience, and how to take advantage of Seattle Goodwill's Retail & Customer Service training program.
This issue of Job Notes focuses on networking at job fairs, the ins and outs of the Youth Opportunities Act, being 100% yourself when communicating with your employer, and "Just Ask Jacqueline" a new column where our senior employment specialist answers questions from job seekers.
This issue of Job Notes focuses on finding the balance between an individual's work and personal life, planning for next career steps, how to leave a job with integrity and what to do when conducting personal relationships in a professional environment.
This issue of Job Notes focuses on Goodwill's WorkSource Connection in Seattle as well as tips on how to explain gaps in your resume, dealing with conflict resolution on the job, and what type of humor is appropriate in the workplace.
This issue of Job Notes explores being part of a team while keeping your voice, tips on having a successful interview, balancing work and time management and why Goodwill values diversity.
Job Notes is our new quarterly newsletter full of information for job seekers, community partners and those currently employed. We want this newsletter to be a helpful resource for you - thank you and enjoy!
““Bottom line, it’s never too late to change your direction. But you need to search your soul and find what makes sense for you,” Donald said.”
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