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Tips and Tricks for Developing References

Job seekers often leave the necessary work involved in providing references until the end of the job search-the offer stage-which can cause serious mistakes in the process, and provide less than effective references. This article offers advice about development of references.



Website Helps Job Seekers With Their Resume

This website helps job seekers with their resume.



Applications Are Being Accepted Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program

The American Evaluation Association welcomes applications for its Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program that provides paid internship and training opportunities for academic year 2011/2012. The GEDI program works to engage and support students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of evaluation.



17 Tips to Ace Your Next Phone Interview

It's easy to understate the importance of a phone interview, dismissing it as merely the first step in the long job-search process. In reality, a seemingly cursory phone interview is actually the most important step, because without success, the next steps never happen.



10 Ways to Beat the Blues in a Long Job Hunt

It's hard to stay upbeat when you've been pounding the pavement for months on end. Here are a few tips on how to stay in the game.



Negotiation Strategy and Tactics: Basic Principles Before You Begin

Everyday, you negotiate. Many of the most important negotiations that will impact your professional advancement involve your employment and salary. Learn some strategies and tactics to help you.



Resume Template and Sample resumes

You will find various resume samples and styles in this pdf packet. Be sure to read and look at all of the samples and note the important resume tips on each one.



Autism Spectrum Disorder in Young Children:A Visual Guide, Volume 1, An Overview

DVD purchase the book

Extensive video examples of core autism symptoms using young children with ASD, ages 12 months to 4 years, accompanied by narration and explanation.



Leadership Inventory and Development Plan

Online Resource

Leadership Development Plan Excercise



National Center for Cultural Competency-Curricula Enhancement Module Series


The goal of the series is to increase the capacity of DRTE-funded programs to incorporate principles and practices of cultural and linguistic competence into all aspects of their leadership training.



Leadership in Public Health


Coye, M.J., Foege, W.H., & Roper, W.L. (1994). Leadership in public health. Milbank Memorial Fund Report.



Service Learning


Learn and Serve America's National Service Learning Clearinghouse.



Zero to Three, Reflective Practice & Program Management


Reflective leadership is characterized by self-awareness, careful and continuous observation, and respectful, flexible responses that result in reflective and relationship-based programs.



National Center for Cultural Competence


Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development. National Center for Cultural Competence. This site includes definitions, policy briefs, and curriculum enhancement modules

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