NMP has released A Career Guide for 2020 with articles from the NMP library edited for the special circumstances job seekers face during the pandemic crisis. We hope you will find this Guide useful and share it.
Article titles include “Virtual Career Fairs,” “Career Planning Checklist,” and “How to Prepare for Video Interviews” to name a few.
We’ve joined in a great new partnership with BlueToad for a digital edition of A Career Guide for 2020 offering multiple reading options. Page view allows you to read the book in a flip book, representational layout as the Guide was designed. Select content view to transform the Guide into to a fully responsive publication easily accessible across multiple devices.
Please contact NMP for help with your own print or digital publication.
In addition to tips, tricks, and general encouragement, I’m hoping to hear about the monster obstacles others have overcome. The process of building a business is rife with a whole bunch of not knowing what the future holds. You put your message out there, you make your pitch, and you wait. You follow up and then wait some more. Patience is required. Determination is required. And Thursday I’m sure I’ll learn more of what is required.
I received and email yesterday from KABA warning that parking is limited and carpooling is encouraged, so I know this event will be well attended. It’s already inspiring and exciting, and I haven’t walked through the door yet!
If you are attending, I hope to see you there. I’d love to chat! Leave a comment, and I’ll look for you too!
Those of you who worked with Nan in the CRM days will be happy to hear Nan Mellem Publishing will have a newly updated article library available to career guide clients.
For new career service office clients here’s a little more explanation: The article library is a collection of articles written by staff or freelance authors on various topics related to the job search, application process, and interviewing process. As an NMP client, you have the opportunity to review the complete content of the library and choose articles to suppliment your own content.
The articles in the library can be customized to your needs. For example, general references to “your career service office” can be changed to the specific name of your school’s office.
If you have plenty of your own content, this may not be of interest. If you have not published a career guide in the past, the article library is a fast-track to filled pages.
Visit this site in the next month or two to see a list of article titles and synopses, or sign up for production of your 2020-2021 guide to see the full (and developing) content.