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Questions for Cachinko Part 1: Solving the Toughest Job Search Challenges

We received many questions from our audience for our first Questions for Cachinko interactive webinar on 9/20/2011.  So many in fact that we decided to turn this into a multi-part series.

Join us for “Questions for Cachinko Part Deux” – also called “Stump Heather” - another live webinar in which we will discuss your toughest interview and job search challenges.
  
Career expert and experienced hiring manager Heather R. Huhman will answer your toughest job search questions. Ask us any job search question you want, or share a scenario with us and we’ll walk through your challenge together.  This webinar is all about you and what you need to be successful in your job search!

Learning Objectives:

• You decide! Ask your question when you register, and we’ll answer it during the webinar.

About the Speaker: Heather R. Huhman is the Career & Recruiting Advisor for Cachinko. She is also the founder & president of Come Recommended, author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships: The Truth About Getting from Classroom to Cubicle (2011), #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle (2010), and writes career and recruiting advice for numerous outlets.

4 Ways to Volunteer During Your Unemployment

 

When was the last time you volunteered? Was it last Christmas? That philanthropy project your frat organized? Can you even remember?

Hopefully you know that volunteering is a year-round endeavor and spans the full gamut of service. What you might not know is that volunteering can also get you back on your feet and on the fast-track to that job you had your eye on.

Volunteering while you’re unemployed can help your job search. Here are a few things you can do now…

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We want to hear from you, Tumblr-people.

What’s your story?

Cachinko is on Tumblr for one reason: you.

We believe that you deserve an awesome workplace and we want to help you get there. At Cachinko, we’re all about connections. The connections you make with your friends, the connections they make with companies, and the connections that can be made for you.

We’re just all about connecting, you see.

On Tumblr, we want to connect with you. Who are you? What’s your employment situation like? How do you plan to get hired? What’s your pet rock’s name? Let us know.

If you are a summer intern, you will probably start wrapping up your position soon, reflecting on your performance and what you’ve learned. While some companies have a structured exit plan for their interns, others end abruptly. Regardless of the situation, it is up to you to depart on your terms.

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