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Job Search and Entrepreneurial Resources Document — helpful tips for one and all in the creative industry
Click here for a plethora of ideas to enhance your pursuit of new work, whether that’s in the form of an employer, client, or professional partner. This list is never complete nor totally up-to-date, but it will give you a good place to start. Take your time chipping away at it — try not to feel overwhelmed! If you do, let’s connect.
15-Minute Phone Call — for anyone considering a career move (Monday afternoons 4-5 pm and Friday mornings 8-9 am)
Ask your top-of-mind questions about career pathfinding. Gain information about resources — placement agencies, job listing sites, professional associations, and networking connections — and determine whether you need/want further consultation.
Free for all. Available most weeks; please schedule by email, then plan to call 612.910.1391.
1-Hour In-Person or Virtual Individual Session — for job seekers requiring a deeper dive and focused advice (day/time TBD)
Session includes resources shared in phone call plus recommended steps to enhance social profiles, resume, cover letter, and portfolio; pinpoint expertise; target prospective employers/clients; and provide networking connections.
Additional support for pursuing a specific opening can be arranged. Let’s fine-tune your letter and resume specific to the position, then prepare together for the first interview when you land it!
Hourly rate will apply. Please schedule by email.
“The targeted companies list you had me create was incredibly helpful in gaining a good understanding of the landscape and where I may fit. I also really appreciate all of your contributions to LinkedIn — they are some of the more interesting and helpful posts I see out there.”Hallie SteeleCreative Director, The Nerdery