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Monthly Archives: April 2012
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting When starting a new internship or job, it’s incredibly important to observe and adapt to the organizational culture in place. The trick, however, is determining what makes up the company’s culture. Because culture is not … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting Recent studies of high school seniors and college freshman have found that Millennials are less concerned about the environment than previous generations. While on a broad level these statistics may be accurate, at the personal … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting These days, resumes need to be more detailed and more professional than ever to stand out from the pack. One of the ways job seekers are setting themselves apart is by quantifying their resumes, showing … Continue reading
Montana Attorney General releases findings from investigation of Three Cups of Tea charity—nonprofit takeaways
By Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting We first wrote about Three Cups of Tea author Greg Mortenson nearly a year ago, when he and his organization, the Central Asia Institute (CAI) became embroiled in a scandal concerning the organization’s finances and … Continue reading