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Melissa DeLeo on July 7, 2011
When there’s a question about balancing work and treatment…Cancer and Careers will be there.
Where there’s a person worrying about who to turn to for good advice on their legal rights or insurance options….Cancer and Careers will be there.
Whenever someone is in need of interview tips or resume advice…Cancer and Careers will be there.
Ok, so I stole this from John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath but the sentiment holds true. This past month Cancer and Careers has stretched our resources further than ever to provide practical tips, tools and resources to survivors from coast-to-coast.
New York City, NY
Our 1st ever National Conference on Work and Cancer was an incredible success in New York City on Friday June 17th.
The fantastic audience at our National Work and Cancer Conference, Thank you all for attending!
Kate Sweeney, Executive Director of Cancer and Careers, presented at the Colon Cancer Alliance National Conference in Denver, Colorado on Friday June 24th.
The amazing colorectal cancer survivors at the 2011 CCA National Conference-a truly inspiring group.
And not rain nor canceled flights could keep Rebecca Nellis, Director of Programs at Cancer and Careers, from speaking to a wonderful audience in Chicago, Illinois also on June 24th at the Cancer Legal Resource Center's Cancer Legal Rights Conference.
Cancer and Careers is incredibly excited by our trans-national calendar. But please remember our resources are also available anytime, anywhere at www.cancerandcareers.org. Check out our free career coaching, publications or past presentations. Or you can host your own educational seminar for friends, family, coworkers or healthcare team, by utilizing our Seminar in a Box kit, which provides all the necessary materials needed to present turn key events on balancing cancer with work.
To view more photos, visit the Cancer and Careers Facebook page.