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Preparing for any interview can be extremely scary, especially when it’s your first time! It is a lot of pressure to know just how much first impressions matter, and that is why it is super important to present yourself well!
How your present yourself in an interview begins as soon as you walk in the room. The first thing an interviewer will notice is how you are dressed, so it is important that your outfit is appropriate and reflects the aesthetic/concept of the company you are interviewing for. (Still remember to be yourself though!)
Before an interview, there are thousands of questions going through one’s head: Will they like me? What are they going to ask me? How do I greet them? But most importantly what am I going to wear?! Well stress no more! Here are some awesome interview outfit ideas to make sure you present yourself well, feel confident enough to tackle any question thrown at you, and show your interviewer that you are the real deal!
Look 1: Stick to Neutrals!
When dressing for any interview, it is important to keep color in mind. Colorful outfits can end up being super distracting to an interviewer, and can detract from your overall presentation. Sticking to neutrals is an awesome way to make sure your outfit is stylish and appropriate.
This look perfectly captures the usefulness of neutrals when it come to interview fashion! The grey trousers paired with a white turtleneck and blazer is perfect for a job interview with any big business corporation! You can personalize this look by styling it with some simple accessories or adding a pop of color with your shoes!
Look 2: When In Doubt, Black It Out!
Sticking to the rule that popping colors are oftentimes a no-go for an interview outfit, black is a perfect safety color! Black is always a number one go-to because it is a universally classy and chic color. Plus, it goes with pretty much everything and is flattering on anyone! This look is perfect for someone interviewing for a job in sales and account management. The style consists of a black blazer, black skirt, tights, black boots, and a white blouse. The overall style is contemporary and professional.
Look 3: Chic, But Serious
If you are anything like me, your style is extremely important to you. You feel as though it is the best form of self expression, and you never want to lose that feeling. When dressing for an interview, it is easy to feel as though you cannot express yourself in your outfit because you have plan it around what you think “they” want. While this is somewhat true, you do not have to lose your authentic style in your interview fashion!
It is always important to be yourself, and that applies to staying true to your fashion sense as well. While simple is good, accessorizing is never a crime! This look shows how a simple black turtleneck sweaterdress can be ‘chiced up’ with a long white vest and a bag. The overall look remains serious, and perfect for an interview for a teaching position!
Get ready to impress because you will be sure to kill it in any of the amazing looks above! They are clean cut, professional, and easy to dress up or down. Always remember, what you wear has a huge impact on how you perceive yourself and how others perceive you. The outfits above will give you the confidence you need to go into any interview and get the job of your dreams!
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I’ve participated in many interviews as both the interviewee and interviewer. In recent years I played a larger role hiring interns in particular. While the conversations could vary, here are the top questions I always tried to ask:
So tell me about yourself:
What this tells me: I want to hear your story from your perspective. I’ve read your resume and possibly your cover letter but I want to hear you tell it. This also gives me a glimpse of your personality and provides further context about your experience.
What are you hoping to gain from this internship?
What this tells me: You don’t just want to check the box for a job but rather have specific goals and would like to learn and enhance your skill set.
Why do you want to work for this company?
What this tells me: You’ve researched the company and have applied for a specific reason. Tell me specifically what you find appealing about this company and how you can make it better.
What do you like to do outside of school and work?
What this tells me: I’m once again trying to get a sense of your personality to ensure you’re a good fit, so don’t go into robot mode and give a canned answer. (Tip – The Gif below? Not a good answer!)
What are some of the best or hardest questions you’ve received in an interview? Share with us in the comments below!
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How many of us watched this and cried?
When I saw Tristan, I knew I had to bring her to She’s Fit to Lead. I was so inspired obviously by her talent but also by her maturity (What were you like in 10th grade? ), her honesty, her style, her sense of spirit, and her love of her family. Seeing her responses to the questions we asked her, I am even more inspired if that is even possible:
1)Your mom wrote that American Idol has been your dream since you were 10 years old. A girl’s got to dream, but we know you did lots of hard work to make your dream come true! Tell us about how you made your dream a reality. Persistence and an open mind. Some people crumble under criticism, but I always take it as incentive to get better. I welcome constructive criticism. I will make a note of what they said in my mind, and work on it until I improve.
2) Is it ever challenging to be taken seriously because of your young age? If so, what do you do to change the dynamic? For me, it’s not any harder being 15 than another age because I believe that maturity isn’t necessarily something that comes with age, but with self-actualization.
3) Has pursuing your passion changed your relationship with your friends? What do you do to still feel connected and to make them feel a part of all the exciting things that are happening to you? Pursuing my career hasn’t changed my relationship with my friends whatsoever. I’ve pursued music ever since I’ve had the friends I have now, and they completely understand when I have to decline the offer to go to the movies because I have a show planned that night. I always keep in contact with them, and they never cease to make me laugh, which is all in all a great relationship.
4) There are times you have to be “on” no matter what or how you are feeling. If you are having an off day, what do you do to get yourself back on track? I love reading, so reading usually makes me happy enough to get through the day. If that fails, I’ll just listen to happy music or rock music to get me pumped up for the day.
5) How do you stay positive when things don’t go the way you had always imagined they would (for example when you thought your mom wasn’t going to be at your audition)? When things don’t go the way I want them to, I tell myself to stay optimistic. Good things come to those who wait, so just give it a little more time.
6) What makes you feel confident? What’s your advice for feeling confident in a scary situation (like an American Idol audition)? Wearing my favorite something, or bringing something along that has always been there. Whether it’s a stuffed dragon (like me) or just a lucky bracelet, something that makes me feel comfortable makes me feel confident. Also, to slow my heart rate when I’m a bit jittery, I’ll breathe in for 4sec, hold for 7sec, and let our for 7sec. I’ll do that until I feel steadier. Also surrounding yourself with people who can make you laugh is a great source of confidence. Lastly, having a plan in your head of what you’re going to do before you do it is a great way to have confidence, so that you know you’re not walking blindly into something.
7) What is your advice for our followers who dream of seeing where their talent (whether artistic or otherwise) can take them, but also feel afraid of failing? Failing is the only way you can get better. You have to mess up before you can get better. Do you think anyone has ever picked up an instrument for the first time and been able to play it perfectly? No. They probably had to practice, and keep practicing until they got better, hitting plenty of wrong notes along the way. So don’t be afraid of failure, because even the greatest musicians and athletes and artists, had to have messed up in the beginning.
8)Where do you get your inspiration from? Are there particular musical artists that inspire you? I get a lot of my inspiration from my mom, who is constantly driving me to get better, but it takes a level of self-discipline to follow through with constant practice so that I can better myself. I honestly have so many influences in musical career, it’s a bit insane. I love Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Martina McBride, John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, Faith Hill, Josh Turner, and so many more.
9) We love your style! Who are your fashion influencers? I really don’t know who influences my style, so I guess myself, my mom, and just other strangers I see walking around.
10) What does She’s Fit to Lead mean to you? How does someone show they are Fit to Lead? She’s Fit to Lead is an amazing website who’s goal is to empower women and teach them about self confidence, and how to be comfortable and have pride in their own bodies. Someone shows that they are fit to lead when they help other women realize their own beauty and worth while radiating a strong sense of their own self-confidence.
Tristan, we know one young woman who is Fit to Lead, and that is you! Thank you so much, and best of luck from She’s Fit to Lead. You know we’ll be rooting for you!!
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Congratulations! You’ve landed the interview. You’re in the right mindset and ready to go. But before you step foot out the door make sure you keep in mind the essential interview basics.
These may seem pretty obvious but many candidates shoot themselves in the foot by making simple mistakes.
-Dress like a professional even if the office attire is casual. The old saying dress for the job you want is very true. If you’re interviewing in a young or creative environment feel free to add some extra flare but again keep it professional.
-Arrive five to ten minutes early. Punctuality is key to a good first impression and will give you a chance to catch your breath and get into the right mindset.
-Maintain a professional demeanor. Greet the interviewer politely. Have a firm handshake. Sit up straight. Don’t chew gum. Put your phone on vibrate.
-Speak clearly and use proper grammar and etiquette. The way you speak can make you sound either smart or very immature. Speak like you’re talking to your future boss. Not your bestie. Leave the valley girl tone at the door and try not to say “um” or “like.” Any of these mannerisms will make a poor impression.
-Treat a Skype interview the same as an in-person interview. In addition to the above tips make sure there is no background noise.
Now go get ‘em!
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Why Having a Working Mom is the Best Thing Ever by Amanda Drath
When I was younger, I envied kids with stay-at-home moms. Growing up, my neighbor (and best friend) had a mom who was always around. She was there to drive us to countless sports practices, actively attend any and every school event, and inquire about our days as soon as we got off the bus in the afternoon. My mom, on the other hand, has been working for as long as I can remember. Not only that, but she has a very demanding job. If you have a working mom then you know the drill: the regular, sometimes lengthy business trips, late nights at the office, and some missed parent/teacher conferences throughout the years. As a kid, all of these job requirements upset me. I was sad because I missed my mom when she was away, or when she would come home past my bedtime so I couldn’t see her. But mostly, I was resentful. I resented the fact that many of my friends had moms who seemed to be around all the time, and mine wasn’t. These were the moms who made it to every soccer game, dance recital, school fundraiser, and class trip. Instead, my mom had meetings, trips, and work dinners. Business trips were the worst. I remember sometimes crying in my room after my mom would inform me of her latest trip. I even wrote a paper in 3rd grade about how my mom would leave me “alone with the boys” (meaning my brother and dad). I used to always wish my mom would just stay at home like everyone else.
Looking back, it is easy to understand why I was so opposed to my mom working. I was just a kid, and I selfishly wanted her all to myself, 24/7. After all, my mom was, and still is to this day, my absolute best friend and favorite person on the planet. Contrary to my younger self though, I now have an incredible appreciation and admiration for my mom as well as working moms everywhere. For daughters in particular, I don’t think there is anything better than growing up with a working mom.
Here is why having a working mom is a blessing in disguise, and why I wouldn’t want it any other way:
1. You witness the importance of hard-work
My mom is the hardest working person I know. Everyday I am constantly amazed at what she accomplishes. Watching her go to work no matter what (like when she lands from a red-eye flight then heads straight to the office) has showed me what it means to have commitment, drive, and a strong work ethic. These qualities, which are imperative for any job, have been instilled in me both actively by my mom as well as naturally by just watching her each day. Plus, let’s face the facts, it can sometimes be difficult to be a woman in the workforce, as the playing field is not exactly level and fair. Therefore, learning the importance of determination and resilience from a working mom enables young girls to grow up confident and ready to succeed in whatever they choose to do.
2. You learn how to be independent
Let’s be honest: not having your mom constantly by your side as a child can be tough, but it’s probably for the best. Not having my mom hovering over me all the time forced me to figure things out on my own, which is not a bad thing. Learning how to problem-solve and adjust to having time away from direct supervision and discipline fosters independence. While I always miss my mom when we’re apart, (which is definitely the case in college) I knew from a very young age how to handle being away from her and having to do things alone.
3. You learn to appreciate your time together so much more
Working moms devote massive amounts of time to their careers, which unfortunately means that tradeoffs are necessary. With time constraints, quality time together becomes even more valuable. Not having my mom around all the time keeps me from taking her for granted. Nowadays, days off and free weekends take on a special meaning, and we always make sure to capitalize. My mom and I ensure we have some major bonding time, whether that means a lunch date, shopping spree, or simply obsessing over our dogs together. These seemingly mundane activities are infinitely more enjoyable and special when they aren’t possible everyday.
4. She becomes the best role model you could ever imagine, in every way possible
I think it’s safe to say that most daughters view their mom as a role model. After all, there is no connection quite as unique as that between a mother and daughter. I, too, consider my mom to be the most influential person in every aspect of my life. However, as a young woman excited about launching a career after college, my mom has served as my biggest inspiration career-wise too. Seeing her thrive in her element at work events and hearing her colleagues rave about her gives me an insane amount of pride. Watching my mom balance work, family, and friends has given me the motivation and confidence that I can achieve it all someday too. She has shown me that dreams are attainable, and that you can have it all. The most important lesson that my mom has taught me is how to keep perspective and prioritize. As passionate as she is about her job, I have never felt like my mom has put her career before my family and me. In an ever-evolving world, working moms are the best proof that women don’t need to choose between a career and a family – they just have to strike a balance.
I firmly believe that there are so many reasons, beyond these selected few, why growing up with a working mom can make you a better woman. But, I know that a lot of working moms feel guilty about returning to their job after having kids (I know my mom did) which is entirely understandable. These women don’t want to be away from their new babies, and they probably feel as though they’ll miss too much if they work. As someone who has grown up with two parents working full-time, I would encourage every new mom to make the hard choice and continue working, because it is so worth it in the long run. That sad, resentful little girl has turned into an independent, confident, hard-working, and empowered woman – and I owe it all to my mom.
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Remember making a potholder on a loom? Weaving all those loops in and out? So now, close your eyes and imagine taking that to the next, next, next, next level – the one where you create gorgeous, hand woven chenille scarves (as opposed to the lumpy potholder that only a mother could love). Can’t imagine it? Neither could we, until we met the incredibly inspirational Alexa Kastan. Alexa is a college student studying art education and fiber arts. She designs all of her patterns and prefers weaving with rayon chenille. We admire Alexa for her artistry of course, but also for her passion, drive and willingness to pursue a nontraditional path, all of which have enabled her to turn her talent into a business.
1. Tell us about your business/ your craft?
I design and weave rayon chenille scarves. I began to sell my work in 2013. To make a woven scarf, I work on a loom. Currently I have four looms. One is a floor loom that is the size of an upright piano. I’m lucky, because I actually converted my basement into a working weaving studio.
2. What inspired you to start weaving?
I started to weave when I was 13. I went to an amazing art camp called Buck’s Rock Creative and Performing Arts Camp. They have a weaving shop there. As soon as I stepped foot in the weaving studio I knew I had to learn. Fibers and art have always been part of my life. My mom is a potter and an avid knitter, so I learned to knit and crochet at a young age. Eventually I went from knitting scarves to knitting more three-dimensional animals. I started following patterns but that wasn’t enough. I needed to do more. So I began to design my own patterns. That way I could make them exactly the way I want them to look. After multiple summers at camp, I was able to learn more about the art of weaving. At that point,
I could only weave during the summer, because I did not have my own loom. It’s pretty cool to think back to all of this, because now I go to art school and am able to weave at a college level. I’m a dual major with art education and crafts with a concentration in weaving, and at the same time, I am selling my work at craft shows. It’s a challenge to be able to keep up with my inventory while being a full time college student. Now back to how I got started with using rayon chenille. I learned how to weave with chenille, because I took a one day workshop while I was in high school. Chenille is a really hard fiber to work with. If you give it a gentle tug it will just snap, and weaving is all about tension, so there’s a contradiction there. That’s where I come in. I had to figure out how to give enough tension while giving enough slack that the chenille didn’t break. Since it’s so hard to work with, I put it down for a couple years. Then once I got my confidence back I gave it another shot.
2. What gave you the confidence to make it a business?
I still have a hard time believing that I have a weaving business. I never in a million years would have believed it.
Even though I learned to weave when I was 13 I feel like I never fully grasped weaving. Weaving is extremely difficult. It is very mathematical. Which is funny because math was never my strong suit. But, once I figured it out, I couldn’t stop! I ended up making one of my very first scarves for my mom. At the time, she took a knitting class at an art center. I was home, and I got a text from her saying that her knitting friends wanted to know if my scarves were for sale. I was completely speechless! My parents kept encouraging me tomake something out of my weaving. They always say “do what makes you happy”. And weaving is what makes me happy! I think what gives me most confidence is when I see people wearing my scarves. They tell me how warm they are and that they never want to take them off. This definitely is a confidence booster! It makes me want to go back to my studio and weave.
3. Do you ever doubt yourself? If so, what did you do to stay motivated?
I doubt myself all the time. I think that is a sign of a true artist. I’ve always been extremely hard on myself since I was little. Especially going to art school, I constantly look around at my classmates work and the negative thoughts begin. I wish I didn’t think this way, but I can’t help but think that my classmates’ work is way better then mine. To be honest, I don’t always like my work, but I know I have to make art in order to be happy. If I’m having a really tough day, the stress of college is getting to me, or my anxiety gets too high, I just tell myself to keep breathing and throw on some earphones, listen to music and just weave. Weaving is my escape. It gives me something to focus on. Instead of focusing on what is stressing me out, weaving drowns out the negative thoughts and allows me to focus on my pattern. Whenever I do look at my growing inventory or have a quiet moment at one of my craft shows, I begin to question what I’m doing. But then I get the positive feedback on how much people love my work, so that definitely serves as a huge motivator.
What is your advice to other young women who may have a particular skill or talent that they are thinking about pursuing as a business?
I would have say that you have to do what you love and love what you do! And if you make a product that can impact a person’s life and make them happy then just do it!
5. Do you find that as a young entrepreneur it is hard to be taken seriously?
I think at times, it is a bit tricky to be taken seriously. Being young is tough, and it is even harder having such a young face. When I did my first craft show, I had a booth that was set up next to many well-established artists. Although it probably wasn’t the case, I felt that when other vendors saw how young I was, they initially judged me based on my age. But, when I began to lay out my work, they started to take me seriously. Weaving is such an unusual art. It is not a type of art that most people know. Since it is so unusual, people don’t understand it. Often it is confused with knitting or crocheting which is completely different. They don’t understand how much time and effort goes into making one scarf. Behind the scenes, I have to design the pattern, thread the loom, weave, wash, dry and trim in order to make a single scarf.
6. What do you think is the most fulfilling part of what you do?
The most fulfilling part is definitely seeing the faces of my customers after they purchase a scarf. As they leave my booth, I see them just hugging their new scarf. Seeing them so happy is contagious!
7. What does “She’s Fit to Lead” mean to you? How does someone become Fit to Lead?
I’m not going to lie and say everything is perfect and setting up a business is really easy, because that isn’t true. In all honesty, nothing is easy. But, things that you are passionate about are worth fighting for. When starting a business, you are paving a road that has not yet been formed. So I think “She’s Fit to Lead” is giving tools in order to help young women follow their dreams. I have to admit that I am a very shy person. But over the years, through running lexWeaving, I began to overcome being shy. I will always be shy, but being a leader is about putting all your anxieties and insecurities aside and doing your best to lead. From doing craft shows, I did notice that people like to follow. They are always looking for a leader. ‘She’s Fit to Lead’ gives an opportunity for new leaders to learn how to lead. But, it also allows me to pass down what I’ve learned in order to help others achieve their goals, and learn how to feel in control of their own destiny whether that is starting your own business or just feeling confident.
You can meet Alexa and check out her gorgeous scarves at our #ConnectToConfidence conference in New York on May 21, 2106 (more on that to come). Also, please be sure to check out her website: lexweaving.com
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Welcome to Part 1 of 4 in our internship series. In this series we will take you through everything from the search to landing the job.
This can be an overwhelming and stressful time.
I remember what it was like to be in your shoes. By my junior year of college I had held many odd jobs but really wanted to gain professional experience within my field. I JUST needed that first summer internship (or maybe second) to have something to put on my resume and get some sort of work experience.
All of my friends were going through the same thing. By second semester we started to panic, and frankly, our guidance counselors weren’t able to help us much.
Before we get into the search process, we should start by acknowledging that some companies are more organized than others. Some have thought through the internship program and have designated a specific role and duties for each intern. Others just know they need as much help as possible and put little thought into what each intern will do once he or she arrives. Be on the lookout for companies with specific descriptions to ensure you will gain the best experience.
Before you even begin your search you need to perfect your resume. Spend a good amount of time on it to ensure it’s thorough, grammatically correct and correctly formatted. Check it. Then check it again. If possible have a friend take a second look. Simple errors will get your resume tossed before it’s reviewed.
Review your online profiles from the eyes of a recruiter to ensure there’s nothing that could portray you negatively. Now is the time to take down your crazy spring break photos. If you haven’t already, create a descriptive LinkedIn profile and start building connections.
The best place to start your search is within your network. Think about who you know then reach out within your desired field. Ask a connection to advise or recommend to you his or her company. If you don’t have many personal connections find the name of the company’s hiring manager and write an email or LinkedIn message explaining how passionate you are about the company and how you could help solve problems. Beyond personal connections there are numerous online internship job boards. Just think through how you can stand out.
Some company websites and job boards will have you fill out a form with your resume while others will simply ask you to submit your resume. Others will also request a cover letter. Take the time to write a cover letter if given this opportunity. This will really help you stand out among other candidates. Directing your application to the hiring manager will make an even greater impact.
After applying you may receive an automated response or a note from HR. If two weeks have passed, it’s alright to follow up with an email requesting a search process update. In fact this shows that you’re excited and once again puts you top of mind.
Don’t worry if on the first try you don’t get your dream internship. You’d be surprised what relevant experience you can gain even from a different industry than your major. Best of luck!
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It’s obvious you’re fit to lead…or else you wouldn’t be reading this right now! You are probably involved in a plethora of student organizations, community service, high level classes, and jobs or internships.
But, with hundreds of clubs on campus, there is always the feeling that we, as leaders, need to do more. Just one problem…you can’t do everything! Instead of dipping your feet into a ton of different things, you should dive fully into a few things that you are really passionate about. If you focus on what you love, success will be inevitable.
As the workforce becomes more and more competitive, it is crucial that we find a way to differentiate ourselves and stand out. The job market has progressed far beyond a traditional resume and cover letter. It is not enough to highlight your greatest assets on a single sheet of paper. Instead you need to own who you are in everything you do. You need to create a personal brand. Something that represents who you are and what you stand for.
Whether you are aware of it or not, you already have a personal brand! It is communicated to others through your clothes, tone of voice, interests/hobbies, values, and goals. All of these things contribute to other people’s perception of you — others can get a sense of your values, personality, skills, and attributes. Since you always want others to experience the best version of yourself, you need to make sure that you are in control of your personal brand. You want you effectively manage your personal reputation, so that you always show off your best self – both online and in person.
To start crafting your personal brand, ask yourself: what makes you different than any other strong, independent, hardworking, and passionate young woman? Do you have a love for travel? Are you committed to service and giving back? Have you developed your own app? The answers to these questions will help to unravel who you are and what you stand for.
Now that you know the critical importance of your personal brand, it’s time to develop one! … just follow these steps!
Crafting your Personal Brand:
1. Establish your emotional modifiers
Make a list of words that others would use to describe you.
2. Describe your identity
Determine the field you wish to work in or the areas you are passionate about.
3. Determine your purpose
Figure out exactly what you do (or want to do).
4. Put it together!
Use the lists you’ve created to develop a short, bold statement that embodies who you are.
As a proactive and innovative fitness enthusiast with a keen interest in consumer behavior and digital innovation, I plan to develop marketing campaigns that promote wellness around the world.
You have your own identity and uniqueness, now it’s time to define it and promote it. Go out there and use your personal brand to show the world who you are!
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Are you a college senior? A year or two into a job that you really don’t like? Just looking for a change? For those of you interested in joining a startup, we want to encourage you to check out Planted. As you may have seen, we recently featured Planted on our Fit List, and we think they have it all going on in terms of connecting you to jobs that are exciting, fun and that actually fit your interests.
Planted is a free resource for students and recent grads to connect with high growth startups for non-technical positions, such as business development, marketing, and account management. Just to give you a sense of the opportunities, check out this job featured in Planted’s newsletter this week:
“Our very first job of the week is the Junior Customer Communications Associate at Rent the Runway! If you don’t know about Rent the Runway, they’re pretty much the Netflix of the fashion world. And no, we don’t mean you’re going to wake up early with plans to hit up the gym and actually spend 9 hours on Rent the Runway binge watching Parks and Rec. Instead Rent the Runway allows you to rent designer dresses, accessories, and much more for a smidgen of the price. Sorry Cinderella, your fairy godmother’s going the way of flip phones and dial up. If you’re interested in fashion, tech, or growing your career at one of NYC’s fastest growing startups, [this job is for you]. “
If this sounds like the kind of opportunity you are interested in, be sure to sign up with this special link and complete your profile.
Planted is keeping their eye out for candidates from She’s Fit to Lead. They will be in touch shortly with job opportunities that align with your interests. You can contact them directly at email@example.com with specific questions.
Keep us posted and let us know how it goes.