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Prepping for an interview? "ChristianCareerCenter.com" provides helpful tips!

Whether you are interviewing for your dream job or have a desire to brush up on your interview skills, ChristianCareerCenter.com helps to work alongside your strengths in ways to best represent yourself whilst job hunting. Like many of the usual interview tips, the site suggests looking up the 'basics' about who you are interviewing for, and then going beyond this.. Always have questions for the person interviewing you to show that you are invested, willing to  learn, and want to refine your skills. 

Another helpful tool is recording yourself answering a series of 'practice questions' to ensure that you are prepared while also not sounding too robotic, and rehearsed. Some FAQ's include: "Tell me about yourself,"and "what are your greatest strength/ weaknesses ?" While you never want to lie to your future employer, you may want to reflect specifically on your better qualities. Open with your experience, not the chronological story of your life, this is not what the interview is all about. Your key points to touch on should be what you are good at, and what sets you apart from other candidates. 

While the interview process may be a competitive one, don't let the enemy use this season to speak untruths towards you. Instead look at what you have to offer, be yourself, and above all, glorify the Lord. With the help of these tips provided on the site below, and an ample amount of preparadness and prayer, get ready to crush your interview !

Comment below with any personal tips you would give to someone that have helped you in your interview process/ job hunting journey. 

 


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New Series on You Version- Monday Matters: "Find God in Your Workplace"

'Called to Business' has just introduced a new series on YouVersion called - " Monday Matters: Find God in Your Workplace." This new devotion has much  to teach us as believers including  the importance of that pesky day after Sunday... Monday

The day that comes after church, after dinner, that beloved Monday morning. We as believers and marketplace workers should seek to validate what Mondays and work in general teach us. 

“We encourage and equip Christians to be effective at work.”

A motto Mark Bilton, the founder of Called to Business truly values. "We provide resources, mentors,training sessions, and more to enable Christians in the marketplace to realize their God given potential." Another incredible feature within the series , are sessions given to  'follow up' in a sense with the devotion for the day. Each session is around 20 minutes long and are relevant in showing God's people how to be better workers for His kingdom. 

" These lessons have been mined from real world commercial experience. Author Mark Bilton has walked with God and seen Him open doors that have taken him from the shop floor to the boardroom; from sales assistant to CEO."

Be sure to add this  new series to your 'my plans' today on the You Version/ Bible app! 

 


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Not sure what do with your medical degree? Here are some suggestions!

Okay, you have your medical degree, what now? 'Student world online' has a list of varied suggestions as to what to do with that degree you worked so hard for.This list is very diverse which can be helpful to those who want to incorporate helping others but maybe not in the traditional 'doctor' sense. 

  • Health Journalist
  • Volunteer Work
  • Sports and Exercise Medicine
  • Transplant Coordinator 
  • Investment Banker 

Again, these are just a few of the many vocations listed for those who have earned a medical degree. You can be anything from a volunteer, to an investment banker, God truly does want to use everyone for His worship!

Click below for more info.! Also comment with ways in which God has used you unexpectedly in your career field! 

 


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AAMC on : How to Succeed in Med School

The Association of American Medical Colleges paints a rather survivalistic approach as to how to get through medical school. Below are the 'highlights' of those tips and how to use your incredible specific medical field gift from the Lord in the workplace. 

1. Attend all the orientation programming- Seems like common sense, right? 

2. Identify and build relationships with mentors- Also amazing advice, what better way to get acclimated than someone who has already done exactly what you're doing and give you some much needed insight.

3. Take an active role in your learning experience- While it may seem as though you are drowning for lack of better words, you may feel less like this by inserting yourself fully into the program via getting to know others, not just submersing yourself in the work aspect of it.

4. Foster a team environment- Also very key in the medical field, teamwork. 

5. Take care of your physical and mental health- So important, possibly one of the most important on this list!

This is only half of the list, click below for the rest, on how to survive med. school! Comment below with any worries you had/ have entering your new program or some tips you'd give yourself and others reflecting back on this process- 


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Season Series: Interview tips in a season of job hunting!

The interview process in any respect is daunting but with these helpful tips from Todd and Cindy, hopefully you will feel more prepared, at ease, and even learn things along the way!

The Shinabarger's:
Todd Shinabarger is a 36 year veteran of the corporate world, holding executive positions in multiple organizations and industries. He is passionate about mentoring and loves to see growth and career development in his team members. His beautiful wife Cindy, has 23 years in the Aerospace and Electronics Manufacturing industry and desires t to use the talents, training and abilities God has given her to further His kingdom.

Both have quite a few years under their belts with corporate settings and work to educate others on the 'do's' and 'don'ts' of the work place. 

Their beyond helpful 'Tips to Success in the Workplace," document can be found above!
Comment below with any questions, and good luck during the interview process! 


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