Five Days of Career Coach Christmas: Pay What You Can Days

It’s certainly cold enough out there in New York City to feel like Christmas!

And we’re on to day two of our Holiday Promotion week. Today’s promotion: our first ever Pay What You Can Coaching Days on Monday, December 20, 2010 and Tuesday, December 21, 2010.

In the spirit of good holiday cheer, I am offering ten 45-minute career coaching sessions to college students, young professionals, and others who are short on funds this season, but need some immediate career development and job search help. At the end of the session, I’ll send you an invoice and you can pay me a combination of what you can, and what you think the session was worth.

Applications are due Friday, December 17, 2010 so that I can email your scheduled time over the weekend. If appointments are filled, I will notify you and include you on a list for future opportunities. I’ve embedded the application form to get you started. You can also complete the form for career coaching services on the Google Docs page.

The Fine Print

All coaching will be delivered online or by phone. You must be a new client to take advantage of this offer. People who have attended The Opportunities Project events or received email advice from me are also not eligible. Participants must complete a coaching agreement and pay at least something- sessions are not 100% free.

For more information on our other holiday specials, visit our Promotions site. Stay warm!

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