Category Archives: Resources

CSS to become Freedom Partners Shared Services

by sysop in About Us, Resources

The Center for Shared Services is excited to announce that effective July 1st, we will become Freedom Partners Shared Services. We will continue to provide support to the freedom focused organizations within our network. For Freedom Partners Shared Services and network job opportunities, visit our Job Board. To learn more about Freedom Partners network organizations, visit […]

Job Spotlight

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by Liz Thatcher May 1, 2015 Freedom Partners Shared Services equips our partner organizations to further the cause of economic freedom and prosperity.  This week, we are spotlighting two exciting opportunities in Ohio with our partner organizations, CVA and LIBRE. More than just a job, Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) is providing an opportunity to […]

Partner Highlight: Generation Opportunity

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by Liz Thatcher Every Freedom Partners Shared Services partner works to advance economic liberty and a freer society for all. Today we’d like to highlight Generation Opportunity and its mission to help promote liberty to young Americans. Generation Opportunity touches a variety of subjects that affect 18-34 year-olds the most – unemployment, healthcare, and the […]

What Not to Wear: The Dos and Don’ts of Your Interview Outfit

by sysop in Acing the Interview, Looking for a Job

by Liz Thatcher You’ve landed an interview for your dream job. As you look through you wardrobe, you have a mini panic attack – what exactly should you wear? This is a common problem for anyone. First impressions are important, so here are a few tips to make sure you are dressed the part for […]

Is This Job Transition for You?

by sysop in Career Pathways, Looking for a Job

by Liz Thatcher Even if you are comfortable at your current job, there may be opportunities out there that are worth pursuing. Perhaps a new position could be more rewarding personally, professionally, and/or financially. Everyone wants to have the opportunity to find the greatest possible fulfillment in their work, and maybe it’s time to think […]

Partner Highlight: Concerned Veterans for America

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by Liz Thatcher Today, Freedom Partners Shared Services would like to highlight one of our partner organizations – Concerned Veterans for America (CVA). Veteran’s day was first observed as a legal holiday known as Armistice Day in 1926, to commemorate the end of World War I. President Dwight Eisenhower later changed it to encompass all […]

Why Economic Freedom?

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by Liz Thatcher All Freedom Partners Shared Services partners share a passion to promote and expand economic freedom in the U.S. and the world. Economicfreedom.org describes this important concept as “the key to greater opportunity and an improved quality of life. It’s the freedom to choose how to produce, sell, and use your own resources, […]

The ABCs of Behavioral Interviews

by sysop in Acing the Interview, Looking for a Job

by Liz Thatcher So you’ve applied for the job and the hiring manager has called you to schedule an in-person interview. You’ve heard through your friend circle that this company tends to use behavioral interviews – what do you do now? Behavioral interviews sound intimidating and maybe even a little scary, but there are only […]

Resources for Job Seekers

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Searching for a job can be a daunting process whether you are just starting out your career or making a move with experience under your belt.  At Freedom Partners Shared Services, we want to help you navigate the process from writing that cover letter to updating your resume to acing the interview. Whether or not […]

Turn Yesterday’s Failure into Tomorrow’s Success

by sysop in Career Pathways, Resources

by Kristina Burroughs At the end of a month branded by resolutions, some people might feel that failure is looming over them.  Everyone has failed a time or two. Even professionals fall into the common missteps of failing to take their own advice. You’re not alone, nor should you be afraid or ashamed if you […]

Distinguish Yourself: Great First Impressions [Guest Post]

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by Roger Custer Your first impression is very important, whether for a job interview, a donor visit, a first meeting, or any first interaction with another person. Make sure you take steps to distinguish yourself and have the other person thinking “wow” after the interaction. Here are some tips to do that: Dress for the […]

Jump-Start Your LinkedIn Profile

by sysop in Applying for a Job, Looking for a Job

by Lindsey Podguski Whether you like it or not, social media has become an unavoidable fact of life.   You may feel overwhelmed by all of the tweets and status updates or have managed to stay off the grid altogether.  Either way, if you are a working professional or have any hope to be, we have […]

Creating Value in the Workplace

by sysop in Career Pathways, On the Job 101

by Daniel Klaeren We all love some degree of routine in our daily work lives.  Whether it’s checking our email first thing in the morning or taking lunch at the same time every afternoon, routines can comfort us by making the day more manageable.  Too often though, our comfort with the way things are leads to […]

The Two-Way Interview

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by Jeremiah Hempel When you go into an interview, you already know that you will be asked a lot of questions. Most you’ll be ready for; some others you’ll have to think fast on your feet. If you’ve been on an interview, you know that it will inevitably conclude with: “So do you have any […]

Turning Fear Around to Ace the Interview

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by Jeremiah Hempel You are probably going to experience some anxiety before an interview. For that matter, any important event in your life will get the adrenaline going. It’s how you use your nervous energy that determines the outcome. Go into an interview with the right expectations and you’ll do perfectly fine. They’re going to […]

Don’t Stunt Your Success!

by sysop in On the Job 101

by Kristina Burroughs Who’s getting hired? Most hiring managers would rather offer the job to a self-starter who describes themselves as entrepreneurial. Most employers want their employees to take initiative, work professionally, and demonstrate he/she can handle the responsibility of autonomy. While employees who possess the “entrepreneurial spirit” demonstrate a real sense of urgency, discipline, […]

A Show of Confidence – An ‘In’ to Landing a Coveted Job

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by Jeremiah Hempel Confidence. Recruiters want to hire you based on your experience and skills, but chances are you wouldn’t be at the interview if you didn’t already have the skills for the position. So what stands between you and that job? They say a first date is like an interview. Let’s say an interview […]

3 Things to Consider Before Taking the Job Offer

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by Kristina Burroughs Before accepting an offer, job seekers should consider their future supervisor’s leadership and the culture of the organization. You are investing your valuable talent, creativity, energy, and loyalty to advancing an organization’s mission. Take the time to ask around and get honest feedback on the organization’s culture and leadership.  Here are a […]

Distinguish Yourself: Use Time Wisely [Guest Post]

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by Roger Custer In economics, we discuss the allocation of scarce resources. Those discussions generally focus on guns and butter, labor and capital, or other economic-speak but don’t cover our personal resources. You can distinguish yourself by properly allocating the scarce resource of your time. The saying “time is money” is true because you are using […]

What is the Organizational Culture at Your Ideal Workplace?

by sysop in Career Pathways, Looking for a Job

by Daniel Klaeren Finding a workplace with an organizational culture that fits your work style is a critical component of any job search.  Unfortunately, the important piece of the puzzle is frequently overlooked by job seekers.  This problem is partially due to the work involved in accurately identifying an organization’s culture. To find the right […]