There are so many things to think about when you’re buying your first home. A mortgage is a large piece of debt so we should put a lot of thought into our decision making. People wonder about the difference between FHAs and other mortgages. An FHA loan is a fairly common one. An FHA is … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: FHA Loans
I finally created a mailing list so GET ON BOARD! Tired of predatory loans? Listen–we all need help from time to time. What we don’t need is 200% interest. Over the last few years, I have worked with family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues to offer low interest loans. Through my financial literacy program, I also … Continue reading Join the Mailing List!
Resume Gaps. They aren’t ideal, but they happen. Before you read through this blog, here’s a quick tip on dealing with resume gaps: DON’T LIE. It can be tempting–especially when your gap is more than a year. While every gap is different, most of them are simple enough to deal with. Others may need a … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Resume Gaps
Join us every Wednesday at 3 during your afternoon slump when we keep it a buck about resumes, cover letters, interview, money, and more. Sometimes we even throw in a little organizing advice or resources for grassroots folks. This week, we’re focusing on cover letter (Law & Order bom-bom) You hate writing them, and chances … Continue reading #100Wednesdays : Cover Letters
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