Yoona Wagener 7 posts
Yoona Wagener is a freelance writer and WordPress developer who believes in the value of nonlinear career paths. She has experience in academic publishing, teaching English abroad, serving up customer support to software end users, writing online help documentation, and mission-driven nonprofit marketing and communications.

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Write it Down, Make it Happen | 3 Journaling Habits to Help Your Career

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If you’re aspiring to start a journaling practice, there are myriad benefits to what can be a quick 5-15 minute activity. In addition to waking up your more creative side, keeping a journal to track your professional goals may also help you to increase personal and professional accountability, focus, and goal awareness. Try one of […]

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3 Ways to Streamline Your Job Search in the New Year

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If you’re looking for a job, chances are, somebody has told you the following: “Job searching is a job in itself.” And it really can be! A thoughtful job search, just like an actual job, requires organization, attention to time management, and even a bit of skill-building. This can make for an extremely stressful and […]

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Switching to the Nonprofit Sector? Here’s One Route You May Not Have Considered

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Prepping for a big professional shift this year? Perhaps you’re thinking of leaving your job, asking for a raise, or applying for a position in that new department they’re putting together. Maybe you’re even considering a sector switch from the for-profit space into the nonprofit sector. Pro tip: If you’re interested but unsure about whether […]

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How to Use Your Programming Skills for Social Impact

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If you’re interested in giving back this holiday season and throughout the new year, consider gifting your tech know-how. As technology continues to change the social-impact landscape, you’ll find new and innovative ways to lend your tech skills to a cause that speaks to you. Here’s how to use your programming skills for good. Become […]

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