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Finding a new job within your organization

Kelsey Fenton on April 21, 2014

Many cancer patients need to set up accommodations in their workplace in order to keep working, but sometimes a new role within their company or organization is the answer to managing manage treatment side-effects and workload.

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Beauty with Benefits this Thursday!

Sarah Goodell on April 14, 2014

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This celebration of cosmetics and compassion returns to QVC April 17, 2014 from 8-10pm ET, where QVC customers can get prestige beauty products while working people with cancer get the support they need as 80% of the purchase price* of donated merchandise benefits Cancer and Careers.

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4th Annual National Conference on Work & Cancer is coming up!

Sarah Goodell on April 3, 2014

The conference will be held on Friday, June 13th in NYC and will explore the challenges working people face. The event is completely free to attend, so register today! Travel scholarship's still available!

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Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer Next Week!

Kelsey Fenton on March 31, 2014

posted in CAC Event, Event

We are only 10 days away from our first Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer in Chicago!

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A Discussion on Millennials and Cancer

Kelsey Fenton on March 27, 2014

posted in Young Adults

Yesterday's MashableSpotlight article highlighted the story of Jenna Benn. She's a 29-year-old from Chicago, who's life was falling into place: a great job, friends, and new apartment--when she found out she was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of blood cancer called gray zone lymphoma.

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Email Tips to Land the Interview

Kelsey Fenton on March 24, 2014

posted in Employer, Job Search, Resume

When applying for a job, the email you send with your resume and cover letter is just as important as its contents. This blog includes tips on how to write an effective email to a potential employer.

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SPA WEEK SPRING EVENT APRIL 21-27

Lindsay Mitcher on March 21, 2014

posted in Cause Marketing

Everyone deserves a little pampering, and we've got just the ticket!

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Skills and Keywords to Help You Land That Job

Sarah Goodell on March 13, 2014

posted in Job Search, Resume

LinkedIn's blog took a look at 2013 hiring trends to see who was getting hired the most and what they were doing. Read on for the 25 hottest skills of the past year and how to make your resume stand out with keywords. A link to our NEW Sample Keywords worksheet is included!

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Google Yourself - Part Two

Kelsey Fenton on March 10, 2014

Part Two discusses a variety of strategies to lessen the impact of unwanted information about yourself in a Google search.

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Google Yourself - Part One

Kelsey Fenton on March 6, 2014

79% of employers Google job seeks before inviting them for an interview, so monitoring your online brand is crucial. This two-part blog will discuss the steps to take to improve your online brand if you do not currently have any profiles with your name in a Google search and how to lower the impact of unfavorable items about yourself online.

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Managing Stress while Working Through Cancer

Kelsey Fenton on March 4, 2014

Deciding whether to continue working during and/or after cancer treatment is difficult. The thought of managing the stress of your job and battling cancer can feel overwhelming, but your career is important for many reasons, including your financial stability and personal identity.

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NEW Job Search Toolkit!

Sarah Goodell on February 27, 2014

We're thrilled to announce that our brand new Job Search Toolkit is now available for free order and download! Read on for an overview of the new publication and where to order your copy today!

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Co-working as a New Telecommuting Option

Amy Coleman on February 25, 2014

New co-working spaces offer survivors an expanded opportunity to telecommute, collaborate and create community along the way.

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Ask the Experts 2014 Registration Open!

Sarah Goodell on February 14, 2014

This free teleconference will cover the practical and legal challenges that patients and survivors face navigating work and a diagnosis, followed by a Q&A session. Register today!

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Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer Confirmed for Chicago

Amy Coleman on February 4, 2014

posted in Event, Free

We're taking our National Conference on Work & Cancer on the road!

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Key Settings To Control Your Privacy on Facebook

Sarah Goodell on January 31, 2014

A recent article from the New York Times examines key settings that can help you quickly gain more control over your Facebook privacy. Read on for insight and advice on privacy tactics.

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20 Pain-free Networking Ideas

Kelsey Fenton on January 27, 2014

People often associate networking with feelings of anxiety and awkwardness. However, networking doesn't have to be so intimidating!

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Implications of Study on Employment-Related Needs of Survivors

Amy Coleman on January 23, 2014

As the rate of survivorship increases, so does the need for effective support programs - especially as it relates to the work force.

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Tips for the First 60 Days at Your New Job

Sarah Goodell on January 17, 2014

When you get a new job, you want to make sure that you start off strong. Idealist recently posted an article with some great tips to set yourself up for success.

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Register Now for the Affordable Care Act Webinar Series!

Kelsey Fenton on January 10, 2014

We are excited to announce that registration is now OPEN for our brand-new webinar series on the Affordable Care Act!

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