I have served as a reference for hundreds of candidates along many points int heir careers. Whether it’s a letter or a form or a phone call, it takes time out of the day. In order to help ensure a great recommendation, ask before you list someone’s contact info–they may have a preferred outreach method. … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Job Reference
With a lot of firms–especially in tech–you’ll hear this question. Obviously we need money to live our lives. What else drives you though? Why this company? Why this department? Why you? At its core, this question is really asking whether you took the time to reflect on this career choice. Did you research the position … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Interview Qs Part 1
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Here we go again, family. I’m so excited to be presenting at this year’s Arts Administrators of Color Annual Convening! It’s the only convening presented for and by people of color in the arts. November 9-10th in Washington D.C.! Meet you there? Register: http://bit.ly/2WUlGPp The Arts Administrators of Color Network’s Annual Convening is two full … Continue reading Arts Administrators of Color Annual Convening
Peace to all my readers…this is it! This is your chance to boost your credit score. Because of our GET READY SALE, I want give you a special offer. This week, we celebrated National Get Ready Day, which is all about preparing for a natural disaster…but what if your finances a disaster? Well…right now, you can … Continue reading The Get Ready Sale
A common question in interviews is: Tell me about your weaknesses. While it can be tempting to mask a weakness, try being more humble. Self awareness can be an asset. It will certainly set you apart. As someone who has served on a number of hiring committees, I would quickly get tired of hearing candidates … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Weakness
I am excited to share an inspiring writer and public speaker. Rayshauna Gray is a phenomenal profession who has served as a public historian and writer at Harvard, Tufts, and the Cambridge Historical Society. Click here to check out her May 2019 talk at Creative Mornings in Boston.