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I still remember the day my great aunt gave me an old typesetter’s kit to play with. I was nine years old and absolutely intrigued with the tiny metal letters; carefully choosing and sliding them into the wooden blocks. The press was also quite small, but large enough to create an 8 ½ by 11 poster, or flyer, or article for my handcrafted neighborhood newsletter; wherein I took it upon myself to announce whatever kids carnival or play I’d happened to be instigating that month.
Added by Marnie Baar on January 18, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
For our second installment of the four-part blog series, Critical Skills for Entry-Level Employment, we will discuss Effective Communication and Writing.
Effective communication is a necessity to any entry-level position because often times a job seeker will be placed in a position of high personal interaction traffic. For example, if you are hired as an administrative assistant you will be handling phone calls, checking-in clients,…Continue
Added by Adrienne Kleinman on January 2, 2015 at 5:38am — No Comments