06/27/24 Newsletter


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Here's what we got on tap for you today

  • Meme of the Week

  • Article of the Week: Switching Careers? Read These Books

  • New Job Opportunities

  • Win of the Week: Walmart Expands Free HIV Screenings

  • Bummer of the Week: Tesla’s Cybertruck Receives Two New Recalls

Meme of the Week

Article of the Week

Switching Careers? Read These Books

Hey-o, job seekers:

We know that you signed up for this newsletter for a few reasons:

  1. You want a new job in the social impact industry

  2. You’re switching careers INTO the social impact industry

  3. You (rightfully) think we’re hilarious

If you circled number two and you’re here because you’re switching career paths and entering the social impact industry, we got your back. Career switches are no small thing, so we thought we’d help ya get inspired with some helpful reads. You ready for these recs?

Read these books when you’re changing career paths:

Time to get cracking, readers! As cheesy as it sounds, readers really do become leaders. The more you invest in yourself, the more successful you’ll be in your career switch. Let us know what books you love and what you would add to this list! And as always, scroll down to find your dream job.

New Job Opportunities

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Win of the Week:

Walmart has expanded its HIV Point-of-Care screenings in specialty pharmacies across Colorado and Virginia. Screenings are free, and the corporation plans to continue expanding the service as part of its mission to make healthcare more accessible and affordable.

Bummer of the Week:

Tesla’s Cybertruck has received two new recalls, which makes for a total of four recalls since its release. This time, the recalls are because parts of the truck are literally flying off while it’s moving and motor failure. Yikes!