December 1, 2017 Update

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Check out this new post in the Bethesda Magazine featuring CareerCatchers! Click here to see the post. Your donations are always welcome, especially during this winter holiday season. Your financial support is critical in helping us in our mission to help victims of domestic violence, newly arrived immigrants and homeless persons earn a living wage […]

Fall 2017

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Fall 2017 Ten years of providing executive-style coaching to those most in need, helping clients grow into jobs they want and that provide a living wage. Ten years, Fifteen Partners, Two Thousand Clients, and Growing   We are immensely proud that: In 2016 we served 442 individuals providing our signature one-on-one service and giving referrals for […]

Fall 2016

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Fall 2016 Dear Friends:   2016 has been a banner year for CareerCatchers and, as we finish the year, what better way to wrap it up but with the debut of our electronic newsletter!     I would like to take this opportunity to share some of the highlights of 2016 with you.   We received a […]

Helpful Websites

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The Office of Human Resources MCG Jobs website to learn about job opportunities with Montgomery County Government Departments (as of DECEMBER 23): https://ex12.montgomerycountymd.gov/ojn1/ijn1/OA_HTML/RF.jsp?function_id=14301&resp_id=23350&resp_appl_id=800&security_group_id=0&lang_code=US com www.drugrehab.com – Web resource with information on substance abuse, mental illness and eating disorders. Check out the following guide in the link below: “How to Begin a Career in Behavioral Health […]

Employment Search Tips

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Employment Search Tips Employment Search Tip #1 Include a Cover Letter when submitting a resume or in an on-line application. This helps you stand out from the competition and allows you to go into more detail about your experience than the resume. The cover letter consists of four paragraphs and is one page in length: Paragraph 1: […]

What Your Resume should look like today

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1. Enhance your contact information. Put simply: hiring managers are busy; make their job easier by hyperlinking your email address so that you’re only one click away, says Wendy Enelow, co-author of Modernize Your Resume: Get Noticed…Get Hired. Bear in mind that you expose yourself to identify theft if you include your full mailing address, […]