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- Applying for more than one position at the same company: Ask Amber
- Do your board members contribute financially to your organization?
- Ask Amber: Do young adults care about the environment?
- How does your leader affect your business—lessons from TOMS shoes
- The Komen backlash—why you need an emergency communications plan
- Pay for Success: Thoughts on the new government funding model
- Explaining unrelated jobs on your resume: Ask Amber
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting For those of you who have already read the Cru Vin Dogs blog, posted last week, this sequel offers a fantastic discussion with Cru Vin Dogs President and Co-Founder Mary Snellgrove. For those of you … Continue reading
By Katie McCune, JVA Consulting “Occupy Denver has no leader. Occupy Denver has no agenda. Occupy Denver has no list of demands. What it does have is passion, anger and, so far, a willingness to simply be.” From the Colorado Independent … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting Last week, my coworker Katie McCune was a member of a public service sector career panel at CU Boulder, put on by Career Services. Though the panel was targeted at current college students, there was a … Continue reading
By Ashley Kasprzak, JVA Consulting After watching a live webcast from the White House last week about the Pay for Success: Investing in What Works model, a line from folk singer Doug Burr’s Graniteville is flowing through my mind: Wake … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting So as soon as JVA starts an informal tradition of writing blogs about local breweries doing great work in their communities, someone has to go and break this tradition. Don’t you hate when that happens? … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting When sharing my blog with friends and gathering their input on what information recent college grads and grad students need, I get some great questions for my blogs—some of which have already been featured. However, … Continue reading