Members In Transition

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Let's work together to assist our Members In Transition (MIT)

Now more than ever, let's work together to assist our fellow SIM members whose careers are in transition ... by sharing your connections, leads, and advice or by employing an MIT in a contract role.

How can you help?

  • Be willing and open to connect fellow SIM members to others in your personal and professional network – as recent events have shown, none of us is ever guaranteed that we will be exempt from seeking a new career direction for ourselves at some point.
  • If you know or learn of a potential job lead, please share that knowledge via SIM's job board ... simply send the lead to:  SIMNET-mitjobboard@connectedcommunity.org
  • If you are a hiring manager, please share the roles you have – whether full time or contract -- on the SIM job board (please see below.)

Resources for Members In Transition

  • SIM has a national LinkedIn group for all Members In Transition.  Request to join at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3889831/ and then connect regularly with fellow SIM members from across the country.
  • The SIM national jobs board and other MIT resources for job seekers are available to all SIM members by logging into your SIM account and visiting: https://mit.simnet.org/home.
  • For more information or for answers to any questions about SIM Central Florida's opportunities for Members In Transition, please email mit@simcfl.org.
  • Explore Free Career Assessment Tools: Click Here





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SIM National Resources for Members In Transition

  • SIM Members in Transition meets every Thursday at 8 AM Eastern time. Christopher Bernard and Joseph Puglisi are the regular co-hosts. The meeting is hosted on Zoom at this link:

    https://lnkd.in/ebw5FnA

  • We invite members seeking their next great opportunity, members who have been through the program and others who simply want to give back by helping others.

  • Each week is an opportunity to contribute and learn something new. Why not join us to help or benefit from the conversation.


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