Sarah Goff 6 posts
Sarah has nearly fifteen years of experience working in NYC’s public sector in what can only be described as an elegantly haphazard career path. She geeks out on politics and social policy and is deeply passionate about the the social sector. She has participated in numerous public sector fellowship programs and has her M.S. in Public Policy from The New School.

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4 Tips for Finding Your Next Volunteer Opportunity

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Many social-impact professionals have a desire to give back in a way that goes well beyond a paycheck and the forty plus hours a week we usually devote to our jobs. Have you toyed with the idea of volunteering with another nonprofit, but don’t know where to start? We got you! Three questions to ask […]

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3 Simple Tips for a More Organized Job Hunt

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Even if you’re currently employed and only casually looking for a new job, the process of job hunting can still inspire a bit of anxiety. But you can beat the job-search stress by using some of our tips to help you stay organized, save time, and better manage your search. Save everything This is basically […]

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How to Explain a Career Gap on Your Resume

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Even if you have expertly prepped for an interview, stress over how to address a resume gap can be enough to throw you off your game. But as long as you follow some of our helpful tips below, you should have no trouble responding to this tricky question with ease. Be honest and authentic while […]

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3 Things You Should Always Do in the First Month at a New Job

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Starting a new job can elicit a range of emotions: excitement, anxiety, hope. But regardless of how you’re feeling leading up to your first day, you want to be sure that you launch your new career with a plan in mind for how you’ll make an impact and a great first impression. If you’d like […]

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