Category: Career Series

Career Series

What to Do When You Want to Relocate for a Job

Job relocation is a reality. Whether you’re a recent college graduate still looking for that first job or an experienced professional ready for a career change, there are countless reasons why someone might want to change your address for your job. If you are in the middle of a relocation yourself or are contemplating a

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Career Series

Careers in International Development – Think & Act Local

by Elisabeth Kvitashvili (bio below) Three years ago, a friend of mine in the Bay Area introduced me to a grad school friend of hers. This woman, a Bosnian who resettled in the US after the war ended in 1995, worked to assist victims of human trafficking in California. I had not realized trafficking was

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Career Series

Interviewing for Impact Careers

At PCDN we were planning on launching a group career coaching option to help even more people advance careers of impact. Then, COVID-19 happened. So here is the deal: We are opening four decades of  expertise and to help you. Once a week. For free. Join us via every week via Zoom for a highly

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Career Series

Resumes for Social Impact

At PCDN we were planning on launching a group career coaching option to help even more people advance careers of impact. Then, COVID-19 happened. So here is the deal: We are opening four decades of  expertise and to help you. Once a week. For free. Join us via every week via Zoom for a highly

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Career Series

How to Change the World Through Fellowships

“How to Change the World through Fellowships” is admittedly a bit of an overdone title. But if the reader only remembers one thing I want you to understand that fellowships can be an amazing avenue to build and advance not only your career but contribute to significant change in the world. I write this post

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Career Resources

Work-Life Balance or Quicksand

Work-life balance. It’s a phrase that can easily be added to the list of buzz words we regularly hear discussed. As if somehow we hold the scales of our lives in a constant struggle for equilibrium. Why do we approach work and life as separate? Or even worse, as work vs. life – nurturing an

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