Here are some of my favorite resources to support your job search. In addition to reviewing the resources here, I encourage you to subscribe to my email list to receive my monthly newsletter with curated articles, advice, and job leads, and to follow me on Facebook, where I post relevant job search related content and events.
Learn more about my approach
- Read my blog posts for job search tips and to learn more about my philosophy and approach
- Check out articles featuring my advice from the Seattle Times, Monster and TownSquared
- View recorded webinars I led for the William & Mary Alumni Association on “How to Land a Job You Love” and “Telling Your Career Story”
- Listen to my podcast episode “Job Search Stalled? Get Unstuck with Erin Ewart” from The Career Cue
- Attend my quarterly Social Impact Networking Happy Hour to meet me and network with other like-minded professionals
- Check out my Events page and follow me on Facebook for details on upcoming workshops and speaking engagements
Recommended job search resources
- Assessments: I recommend and use Gallup’s StrengthsFinder Top 5 assessment. It is low cost (just $20), easy to take online and will give you specific, actionable feedback on your strengths that can be very helpful in your job search. Another free assessment I recommend is the VIA Character Strengths Survey.
- Websites: I recommend subscribing to or following several career-related websites for news and content. Some of my favorites include The Muse, Idealist Careers, and Forbes Careers.
- Books: My blog post My 5 Favorite Job Search Books lists some of my favorite career related reading.
Networking and events
- General: Eventbrite, Meetup, and Facebook are all good resources to find events and networking groups aligned to your areas of interest.
- Social Impact focused: Net Impact and the Impact Hub are two organizations with chapters or locations in cities across the country and the world, and are great networks to meet like-minded professionals.