How a Bridge Job Can Assist Your Career Shift [WEBINAR]
July 17, 2018
Want to make a big career change, but not sure how to get started?
In this FREE webinar with Bossed Up and FlexJobs, we’ll provide you the step-by-step tools for starting your career change without risking it all.
How to identify what you need to do and learn to make the shift you want
How a bridge job can mitigate the risks of making a huge career leap
How to balance patience with impatience on the road to making a sustainable career change
About Your Presenters
Carol Cochran is the Director of People & Culture and a contributing writer at FlexJobs, the award-winning site for telecommuting and flexible jobs, listing thousands of pre-screened, legitimate, and professional-level work-from-home, flexible schedule, part-time, and freelance jobs. Carol oversees all aspects of human resources for FlexJobs and Remote.co, including recruiting, development, and retention, as well as provides flexible work, career, and job search advice to job seekers and employers.
She has great hands-on experience and knowledge in recruiting, managing, and engaging a 100 percent virtual team, and is a mom of two amazing children, as well.
Emilie Aries knows a thing or two about making bold career moves. She started her career as the youngest State Director in the nation, serving on behalf of newly-elected President Barack Obama. After successfully parlaying her political experience into digital strategy and online advertising role, she launched her own company in the career services space, Bossed Up. At Bossed Up, Emilie’s trained tens of thousands of women on how to own their power, know their worth, and craft happy, healthy, and sustainable careers.
Aries is ranked among such luminaries as Chelsea Clinton and Janet Mock in the LEVO 100, and received WIN’s Young Women of Achievement Entrepreneurship Award and the YWCA National Capital Area’s 2015 Rising Star Award.
Previously, Emilie served on national political campaigns as a digital strategist and grassroots organizer, where she trained and managed hundreds of organizers, helped campaigns leverage online communication technology, and smashed stereotypes about women in tech.
She earned her B.A. in political science from Brown University and completed a Fellowship on Organizing at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Emilie is based in both Denver, CO and Washington, DC and combines her political instincts and personal experience with burnout to help women step into their power and be the boss of their lives.