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Bill Branstetter
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over 6 months ago

What impact did that person have on your professional growth?

#career #mentor #jobsearch

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@Bill Branstetter I joined a real estate investing club in April and that’s where I got my mentor. We mainly JV, I find the motivated seller, get all the relevant information, comp the property, pass him the information and he’ll close. We go 50/50 on the deal. Without him at the beginning phase of my venture, real estate investing wouldn’t work for me.

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Lawrence White
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Mentor, OH - The Kelly® Professional & Industrial team is hiring Customer Service Representatives at STERIS in Mentor, OH. This is a 2-3 month temporary contract!

Remote, (Work From Home) or in-office availability! Competitive pay $18 - $20 p/hr. Monday – Friday workweek schedule, 8am – 5pm, workday schedule. $100 Sign-On Bonus! Apply online today at Kelly - Remote, Customer Service Representative

What a typical day as a Customer Service Representative might look like:

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This position is estimated to last 2 - 3 months. If you’re dependable, motivated, and looking to jump start your career go to Kelly - Remote, Customer Service Representative and apply online today!

#KellyServices #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #customerservice #workfromhome #Temporary #Mentor #Ohio

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Johnny Wright
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over 6 months ago

So after being unemployed for 2 months and reaching out to numerous recruiters, blasting out applications to everyone, and creating tailored resumes for every job I've applied to only to hear a no, I've decide that enough is enough and I'm going to have to blaze my own path. I was looking for a job in finance just to get something but wanted to transition into technology. Since there is no one that to provide any useable advice or wants you to pay them to be a mentor/career advice giver, I've given up going those normal routes. I'm going to continue to search for a job on my own, but I'm not going to depend on anyone helping me. While I'm doing that, I'm in the process of starting to learn what tech companies/start ups are looking for, starting with learning python. It will not be an easy road, but it beats sitting at home and miserable and not doing anything about the problem. You cannot depend on any of these job sites to really help you (not even LinkedIn) unless you want to pay loads of money for nothing. The other thing I see is a lot of these so called recruiters taking advantage of people in desperate situations during this time and either taking their money or offering jobs that will end up leaving them stuck or skillless. I see the value of having a head hunter, but in a pandemic, that seems like waste.

All this to say that I am blazing my own path. I have the intelligence and drive to learn what I need to learn and figure out what I need to learn. If anyone would like to help or provide any useful advice, I'm open to it. I'll even share my resume as I do still need to make a living. But for now, I've given up following the traditional "listicle" advice that's on every job site or search result on Google. It is time I do something about my situation even during a pandemic/race war. As an African American male, I have never been given any opportunity, despite having a bachelors degree in economics and on the path to finishing a master. I have had to fight for every opportunity when I was employed in finance. So why should I expect it to stop now? #unemployed #jobsearch #motivation #coronavirus #mentor #networking #finance #technology #workfromhome #unemployment

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Priyanka D
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over 6 months ago

I need a mentor for a chemical engineer to guide what's best path to choose

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Rocky Kelly
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over 6 months ago

Having first hand knowledge of the effects of poor decision making, I find it very rewarding to help others make more positive choices moving their lives forward. Due to choices I've made in the past, I am currently on extended supervision. After conversations with my parole officer and his recognition of the changes I myself have made, he has referred clients in need of a positive strategy in dealing with their particular struggles. Not only do I speak candidly with these individuals, my own credibility in going through the same struggles myself is what I truly believe to be the most powerful factor. Asking the right questions help give me insight into the motivations for whatever their mishap may be. Whether it be drug addiction, selling drugs, robbery, or whatever their uncreative choices are, they stem from desperation most times. A self-induced desperation. And if I can help them to realize the choices which are painting them into a corner, change can be made.

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Rebecca Powell
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over 6 months ago

I love helping people and trying to be a good mentor to younger kids. Trying to help them find a better place in the world.

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Mike Brown
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Since I was young growing up with a very abusive mother ""God bless my mom that has Dementia & Parkinson"".

"My experience for years since my high school years been dealing with this "domestic abuse" From what I have been threw over years.THERE IS NO JUSTICE when it comes to when your own mother out of rage was very abusive to me.That is why I'm HOMELESS"

I have a big heart to help other's and since I have been living in a homeless shelter in Santa Ana, Ca. area and working part time.

I still give back volunteering for the homeless. "" I LOVED to be a #mentor to a young man that needs great knowledge / wisdom in Orange County, Ca. area? https://stories.mentoring.org/

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Isaac Ortega
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Oral McDonald
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over 6 months ago

I would love to hear opinions on this question. I have been hearing mixed reviews and nothing concrete on either side.

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Priscilla Johnson
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I am willing to support children who were abuse/neglected. I have worked with children for 4+ years.

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