What do you envision for your career?
Your job is how you spend at least a fourth of your time each week, for most. The COVID-19 has awakened many people to the need to make more of that time.
As a result of the past year, are you looking for a job that is better aligned with your purpose or values? Purpose-driven work is on the rise across the United States and Canada.
You CAN make the change to work that is more fulfilling and impactful. If you are unsure how, Be Social Change’s Career Change Coaching Circles are here to help.
When it comes to any job search – especially social impact jobs – there are four key pillars that anyone who has experienced a transition like this can attest are supremely helpful:
- a supportive (and growing) network
- expert insights into the field of your interest
- an accountability partner/group
- experienced eyes on your application materials
Be Social Change is offering Career Change Coaching Circles to support people with these success factors as they look for their next job.
a small cohort of people who are also looking for jobs
a trusted and trained career coach looking over your application materials
activities to get you prepped for applying, interviews, and working in a sector that’s meaningful to you
A Bigger Network
opportunities to share in one another’s networks and be supported/support others in meeting great contacts
a group that will hold you accountable for achieving your career objectives
an experienced facilitator who will keep the group on track toward more purposeful work, provide safe space for reflections, and help generate well-being and meaning during your job transition period
Career and Life Coach, Chief Engagement Officer, Be Social Change
I contribute to the world by helping people connect with their greatest talents and joys and then pursue them. My coaching is grounded in motivational interviewing, strong and emotionally intelligent support, and a background in teaching mindfulness.
Over the past 10 years, I’ve worked with thousands of people to overcome burnout, develop self-confidence, tell their stories, craft their life-vision and mission statements, and find calm and clarity in their careers and lives.
When I am not coaching, I am the Chief Engagement Officer for Be Social Change. I identify ways to support organizations in the social impact space by leveraging Be Social Change’s resources and community.
Previously, I have worked in the nonprofit sector and served as a youth delegate to the United Nations representing the Federation of Business and Professional Women. In 2015, I founded my own business, teaching meditation to groups around New York City, including Columbia University, Facebook, the NASDAQ, Journey Meditation, as well as consulting on wellness curricula.
My Goal for You
When I found coaching, I found my purpose. Supporting individuals in the midst of transition, searching for greater meaning, is my greatest joy.
Through these circles, we will create a space to explore what compels, inspires, and brings us into alignment with our core values. My goal is that each participant connects with work that is fulfilling and impact oriented, as well as that each person develops the practical support and strategies to make that transition.
This is my goal and my wish for you: that you may find work that you too are energized to wake up to.
Wisdom and Guidance
“I can’t possibly recommend Jenn’s career circles enough! You will join an inspiring community that will lift you up and hold you accountable to your goals, and Jenn provides extremely valuable job search wisdom and guidance along the way. The most impactful piece for me was relearning why to network and how to do it. Over one month later, I’m still regularly connecting with new people and feel much more confident in networking.”
– KE Participated and made a job change in January
Accountability and Clarity
“The Career Coaching Circle with Jenn was outstanding. My one-on-one coaching session with Jenn was the most productive hour of professional development I’ve had in my career. The scheduled meetings provided the accountability I needed and the guided activities created the clarity I was searching for.”
– AR, Participated and made a job change in January
“Having a chance to be a part of the coaching circles was a valuable experience. It helped me to focus my job search and look for new ways to network with people in my dream companies. Most of all, I got to meet some incredible people who were in a similar position that I was in.”
– CB, Participated in January, made a job change in March
Actionable Steps and Confidence
“The Career Change Coaching Circle provided me with actionable steps and confidence in deciding the next steps of my career. Jenn is a wonderful facilitator, establishing and maintaining such a warm and collaborative environment as well as offering tips and resources. While the group members and I were seeking different career goals, we shared the same intention of encouraging, supporting, and learning from one another, even beyond our time in the group. Definitely book your private session with Jenn—I’m still blown away by the impactful career advice she gave me!”
– EC, Participated in January
– LR, Participated in March
– EE, Participated in April
– KD, Participated and made a job change in March
- Four 1.5-hour meetings over the course of July
- One private session with the career coach/facilitator
- Weekly activities and goal-tracking
- Review of two cover letters and resumes each
Eligibility(sign up if any of the following apply)
- You need a job
- You are looking for a job that matches your purpose
- You are seeking a support system during your joblessness
- You question if your cover letter and resume are the reasons you aren’t getting interview requests
- You are only applying for jobs online (and missing the most effective strategy for getting a new job)
- You need accountability to get to your goals each week
- You want this process to provide benefit beyond just a job (aka, a new community, a resource for career development, inspiration to continue pursuing purpose)
For the month of July, the cost will be offered at a sliding scale: $450 – $599.
By engaging in coaching circles, you access a supportive cohort as well as discounted career coaching services.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will the circles be in-person or online?
To maintain safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, all offerings will be online.
Who else will be in the coaching circle?
All interested professionals will apply through this link. The facilitator will read each application and curate the groups based on mutual interests/goals.
When are the circles scheduled for?
During the application process, you will be asked to share your availability. The common time that works for each member will be selected and communicated by June 28th.
What if I don't know what a social impact job is?
Worry not. A social impact job is one that contributes to a greater mission. They can be in nonprofits, social enterprises, corporate social responsibility Departments, the public sector, and more.
How do I know if I am a fit for the coaching circles?
Check out the eligibility points above. To put it simply, you are eligible if you are seeking greater meaning and fulfillment from your next role.
Will I walk away with a job?
You will gain a support and accountability group, a larger network, resumes and cover letter foundations you can be confident in, a personal career vision, and the strategies and motivation to find a job that aligns with your values.
How will I know once I have been selected to join a coaching circle?
You will receive an email from Be Social Change confirming your spot and the dates/times of the first circle.
When will I find out if I am selected?
You will find out within a week of applying.