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What are you
looking for in your career? Maybe you’re
looking to advance, receive a promotion or change what you do completely. How
will you get the role you’re looking for?
We all talk about networking and how important a network is to obtain a
coveted position because many jobs are never advertised. Who you know and who knows you are often
important to a successful job search. Of
course, developing your network takes time and energy. You can’t just call on someone when you need
a job. The best time to build your
network is when you don’t need it.
many different ways to network, but one that has been extremely helpful to me
over the years has been my involvement with the nonprofit world. I have been involved with dance, music,
theatre and the United Way. In fact, my
first direct exposure to Kaplan University was at a nonprofit function.
How does one
become involved with a nonprofit? The
first step is supporting the organization you’re interested in—through your
time and your talent. As with everything
else, passion helps immeasurably. If you
like sports, get involved with your local Little League. If you like children, become a Big Brother or
Big Sister. If you like the theatre, see
how you can volunteer at the theatre in your neighborhood. If you have a passion for a particular disease,
support it. By getting involved at the
grass roots level, you will meet people who will introduce you to others and so
your networking begins.
you find the time? It may be tough while
you’re juggling school and work and your family. Even if you can only eke out a few hours a
month, however, the nonprofit you support will be grateful. You can also begin to plan now for the time
when you will no longer be at school.
And even if you never get a job as a consequence of your nonprofit involvement
and you never get asked to be on a nonprofit board, you will be giving back to
your community which will give back to you in countless ways.
forget to network with Kaplan
University Career Services, which provides
comprehensive career planning to alumni and students at all levels of study. Be
sure to visit them and take advantage of their services through the
CareerNetwork on the KU campus portal.
And they are
eager to work with you!
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