How Faith-Based Networking Can Aid Job Searches

Posted by Abercrombie Communications

October 2, 2007

News

wsjWhen Amber Edwina Hampton began searching for her first post-college job last spring, in addition to praying, the recent convert to Islam took advantage of her new religious connections to network.

As a result, a classmate at an Islamic school told Ms. Hampton about a job opening at the NYU School of Medicine. The classmate, already an employee at the medical school, also agreed to hand Ms. Hampton’s résumé to the hiring manager. Three weeks later, the 24-year-old was hired as a program associate.

Do you need a full-service public relations firm?

Abercrombie Communications is here to help.

Related Posts

Schlesinger Law Offices featured in the New York Times

Fort Lauderdale trial attorney Jeffrey Haberman talks with the New York Times about how Juul allegedly targets teens. Haberman and his colleagues at Schlesinger Law Offices, have filed multiple suits around the country against the vaping...

read more