Lee Gamelin (Street Articles Author)
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Hi all! My name is Lee Gamelin, and I’m a Career Services Professional and Strategic Job Search Trainer and Coach. My career is and has always been driven by a passion for helping job seekers learn how to integrate pro-action with right action through innovative transformative learning programs that lead to high employment success.

I have experienced exceptional outcomes over the past 25+ years in developing and conducting job search skills learning programs that have led to gainful employment rates in the 90th percentile at nationally accredited institutions of higher education.

I initiated, developed and conducted more than 700 job search skills programs, workshops and seminars for state licensed and nationally accredited career schools, academic institutions including Molloy College, Miami University of Ohio and Cheyney University, private placement agencies, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Employment and Training, and the Chester County Pennsylvania CareerLink.

One of my proprietary learning programs earned approval for validated CEUs by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) for outstanding results. ACCET is a national institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

I'm now focusing part of my efforts on helping individual job seekers get the jobs they really want quickly by providing the most relevant information about how to achieve success in today’s job market.

There is so much information available about how to seek employment, it boggles the mind. If you perform a Google search using the word “resumes,” you will find 64,800,000 results. And if you search the word “job interviews,” you’ll get a whopping 378,000,000 results. Wow! How on earth can the average job seeker discern from all of those results what information is valid and what is totally bogus. You may not be able to, but I can! And that’s why I’m creating several resource centers online to provide job seekers with the best and most relevant information available.

I have not and will not pretend that everything I present is original...it’s not! But what I will guarantee is that everything I present is the best current information about how to get the job you really want quickly.

Have great success!

Lee

Organize Your Job Search to Get More Interview
In order to get more interviews (that’s where all the action takes place), you must first organize your job search time effectively. (This post is the 5th in a series of 7 fundamental steps every job seeker must take in order to prepare for a successful job search. This series…
By:  in  Business  >  Job Search Techniques   Aug 21, 2013  
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Identify Your Key Skills - How To Develop A Powerful New Job Search Language
Identify your key skills, is first in a series of 7 posts relating to the fundamental steps every job seeker must take in order to prepare for a successful job search. I have taught job seeking skills for nearly 30 years at career schools and colleges, and at public and…
By:  in  Business  >  Job Search Techniques   Aug 20, 2013  
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Most Effective Job Search Methods
In order to get a good job in less time, you must employ the two most effective job search methods, networking and referral building, and direct contact with potential employers. I know you’ve heard this before, and I’m going to emphasize it again because most people consume valuable time and…
By:  in  Business  >  Job Search Techniques   Aug 20, 2013  
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Write A Better Resume
How to write a better resume is probably one of the most often asked questions from job seekers along with how to answer interview questions effectively. Unfortunately, and even with all the information available on the subject, most job seekers struggle with writing a stand-out resume that will be noticed…
By:  in  Business  >  Job Search Techniques   Aug 20, 2013  
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Define Your Ideal Job
In order to define your ideal job, you must first establish a specific job objective. (I know...you’ve heard that defining a job objective is passe, but those opinions relate to writing a job objective in a resume. We’ll get to that later in the series.) In this article, I am…
By:  in  Business  >  Job Search Techniques   Aug 20, 2013  
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