Tag: career coaching

My Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers: Part Six – Internships

Encore Encore!!! As I recently learned the majority of my Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers series articles were suddenly removed from the original careers website they were on, I’m re-publishing them on my own blog so that jobseekers can continue to benefit. (Big thank you to those who made me aware of this!). Thanks for reading! After building several internship…

My Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers: Part Four – Networking

Encore Encore!!! As I recently learned the majority of my Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers series articles were suddenly removed from the original careers website they were on, I’m re-publishing them on my own blog so that jobseekers can continue to benefit. (Big thank you to those who made me aware of this!) Check back next Wednesday for Part Five…

My Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers: Part One – The Resume

Encore Encore!!! As I just learned that the majority of my Top 10 Tips for Jobseekers series articles were suddenly removed from the original careers website they were on, I’m re-publishing them on my own blog so that jobseekers can continue to benefit. (Big thank you to those who made me aware of this!) Check back next Wednesday for Part…

Workin’ 9 to 5 (…and celebrating 5 years!)

While I’ve spoken about my 5 years in business to clients, I actually forgot to write my annual blog post celebrating my anniversary this year! So, belated happy birthday to me running Imprint PDX! It’s amazing to think that I have not worked in a regular office environment for FIVE years now, and equally amazing to be at a point…

Workin’ 9 to 5 (…and 5 ways for job-seekers to be more easily found by recruiters)

It’s a busy time in recruiter-land for me, managing both sales and engineering recruitments for a local startup, so whenever I kick off a new project, I go deep into sourcing for candidates. Beyond passive job advertisements on sites like Indeed and LinkedIn, I’m reaching out directly to potential applicants via LinkedIn Recruiter, usergroups, and into my network. As LinkedIn…

Workin’ 9 to 5 (…and Celebrating My 4th Anniversary!)

Honestly, four years ago I had no idea I’d be where I am today. But hey, who really can predict the future? We all have those “nice to haves” but time marches on, and life evolves, throwing curveballs and opening some doors and slamming others shut. But here I am, celebrating four years as a solopreneur, heading up my own…