As my work has grown and developed, I’ve realized that what I need in a website isn’t the same anymore.
For my storytelling work, go here. For more of my writing on arts education and youth development, try here, too.
creator, Discovering Teaching Artistry
I featured your blog on my weekly round up of resources and news about education. I am especially drawn to story telling and am happy to recommend your work!
Thank you! And I look forward to your guest post!
I continue to be enlightened.
I was checking out some of the articles on idealist.org and found your post Life after AmeriCorps: 3 lessons I’ve learned about job hunting
I couldn’t help but notice you linked to that the link to your first point around networking was broken. I’ve created a thorough and up-to-date list of the 21 best Linkedin Networking Groups for Life After AmeriCorps. Here’s the link in case you’d like to check it out: http://www.ngcareerstrategy.com/20-linkedin-groups-every-americorps-member-should-belong-to/
It might be worth a mention in your article.
Either way, keep up the awesome work!
Thank you! I’ll see if I can have them update the link.
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