Job Searching Amid COVID19 Uncertainty
Worried about your job search amid the COVID19 crisis?
Watch our panel of career services professionals to learn:
- What industries may be hit hardest and how to pivot, if needed
- What steps to take now to stand out from the pack
- And how to sustain your job search motivation amid the uncertainty
Emilie Aries | Founder of Bossed Up
Emilie Aries is a speaker, podcast host, author, and the Founder & CEO of Bossed Up, an award-winning personal and professional development community where she helps women craft happy, healthy, and sustainable career paths.
Her new book, Bossed Up: A Grown Woman’s Guide To Getting Your Sh*t Together, serves as a practical roadmap for women who want to set themselves up for sustainable, long-term career success and step up as the boss of their lives.
Ahyiana Angel is the Founder of Mayzie Media, a podcast network with content curated for women, and host of the personal growth podcast Switch, Pivot or Quit. A traditionally published author, Ahyiana is a seasoned executor who eventually blocked out the world’s ideas of success, quit her highly coveted position at the NBA, moved to London and traveled the world for a stint, then followed her passion in writing to find her purpose in encouragement through podcasting. Her book Quit Playing Small is a highly buzzed-about must-have for morning routines. Ahyiana and her work have been featured by Forbes, Black Enterprise, The Muse, Career Contessa, Create & Cultivate and more. The Switch, Pivot or Quit Podcast is listed among Apple’s podcasts “Bold Women” and “Inspiring Women” collections and has also been featured by girlboss.com, “The 6 Best Podcasts To Listen To For Career Advice” as well as entrepreneur.com, “12 Women-Run Podcasts You Should Be Listening To.”
Kyle Inselman, M.Ed., is a Career Advisor and Instructor at the University of Denver working with undergraduate students in the liberal arts. Additionally, Kyle is a writer and speaker focusing on trans inclusion and gender in work and higher education, with over ten years of experience in facilitating trainings to a variety of student and professional audiences.
After getting 4 job offers within 2 months of being laid off, Becky decided to help other women get hired. Her website, The Typical Twenty Something, offers resume, cover letter and interview advice that will get you the job. Join the 40K+ people who visit her site every month. You can contact Becky at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or are interested in coaching sessions.