Get a Job – Try a Mentorathon

Participants will receive career guidance and mentorship by community minded professionals, artists and entrepreneurs. Museum Workers Speak NYC and NYC Legacy Builders will be on hand to facilitate roundtables, resume clinics and guidance, all with a focus on creative careers. Keynote speakers include Career Resilience coach Michele Martin, small Business success coach Franne McNeal, and Youth & Political Advocate Brian Cunningham. Curator Katherine Gressel and Old Stone House director Kim Maier will be onsite starting at 10am to show people around the exhibition and offer informal resume advice.

If you’ve been struggling with your job search, trying to become gainfully employed or looking for new career opportunities this one is for you. ‪#MuseumHue‬ events are free for the community because people need help, the Unemployment rate is high and even higher in communities of color, and we can leverage our collective wisdom to change that.

Learn how to improve your resume/cover letter – Receive advice from professionals in the arts, education, and political fields.- Hear from world renowned Mentors & Speakers like Michele Martin, Franne McNeal, Brian A. Cunningham- Learn about the exhibit ‘Sensing (In)equality produced to explore wage disparities, curated by Katherine Gressel- Hear from the Kim Maier Director of the Old Stone House of Brooklyn how she got her start on the path to becoming a ‪#‎MuseumLeader‬

This event is about building our neighborhoods and breaking the bonds of poverty and oppression in our communities. All who attend are invited to join our private Facebook jobs group Museum Hue Resources {Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences & More}
Mentorathon’s are creative career living rooms; interactive forums crowdsourcing needs and people powered help, championing solutions for a better quality of life.

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