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August 18, 2014

Dear Friends:

Longs Peak, Colorado - KEEP CLIMBING

Tomorrow at this time, I’ll (hopefully!) be making my way down from the summit of Longs Peak, one of the 53 Colorado mountains rising more than 14,000 feet.

I’ve climbed fourteeners before but I’ve never climbed Longs Peak.  This climb is particularly symbolic for me as this week also marks the 15th anniversary of Andrew Hudson's Jobs List and the six-year anniversary from when I left my corporate job to pursue my website as a full-time endeavor.

Those who have climbed fourteeners before (or done any type of endurance activity) know, it's not only important to pack water and energy bars and extra socks, it's also important to pack inspiration. Hitting the proverbial ‘wall’ during this type of excursion requires a level of red-hot motivation to continue, step-by-step, inch-by-inch, boulder by boulder. I’m beginning my trek tomorrow about 4:00 a.m. and I expect to hit that wall around 9:00 a.m.   

And here’s where the inspiration comes in.

Since 1999, when I first started this list, (read more about our history here) I’ve met with literally thousands of jobs seekers. I've held career boot camps and given hundreds of speeches and seminars I’ve led classes at universities and high schools, and have spoken at job-seeking support groups around the state. I've talked to hundreds of individuals who have simply reached out and called or emailed asking for job seeking advice. In all that, hopefully I’ve offered some motivation and inspiration; but I can tell you that every job seeker I've ever met has had a story that has inspired me.

When I’m hitting that wall, the altitude will grab me and my mind will start to wonder, the fatigue will set in, the muscles will tighten and I’ll really question my ability to move forward another step as I think to myself, “Should I turn back?”

For every single person out there taking control of their career, I’ll keep climbing.

For every job seeker who is scared, anxious and struggling to get traction in their job search but every day is back at it, I’ll keep climbing.

For every stay-at-home-parent who is trying to re-enter the workplace and is worried their skills have become outdated and useless, I’ll keep climbing.

For every person whose ego was crushed when they were laid off, but dusted themselves off and started again, I’ll keep climbing.

For every recent college grad who is full of anxiety and fear (as well as unbridled energy and risk!)  I’ll keep climbing.

For every person over the age of 50 who is experiencing age discrimination in their job search but continues to search for those companies that value their experience and accomplishments, I'll keep climbing.

For every person who reached a point in their careers when they realized “this is not what I was put on this earth to do,” and took a risk and became an entrepreneur or reinvented themselves in a different career, I’ll keep climbing.

For every job seeker who faces the inevitable gut-wrenching rejection in their job search but keeps on going and moving towards new opportunities, I’ll keep climbing.

And finally, for all of those companies and nonprofits who act with integrity and treat every job seeker with respect and dignity, I'll keep climbing

In closing, I am genuinely grateful for the constant support and inspiration you have provided me to continue making AH Jobs List a success. Thank you!

And to every job seeker out there……KEEP CLIMBING!
 



 

SUMMERTOAST IS THIS THURSDAY!
Colorado's largest marketing industry networking event of the year to be held at Exdo Events Center

SummerToast, Colorado's largest marketing industry networking event of the year, will be held Thursday, August 21 from 5:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.! This year's event–the 12th anniversary–will be held at the Exdo Event Center, located at 3500 Walnut Street.

Click here to register and get tickets >>>

This is the ultimate networking event. People that do business with one another come together. New business relationships are founded. Like-minded professionals meet new friends and share ideas.

Connect with hundreds of professionals and over 60 top professional marketing, business and events organizations, colleges, and local businesses. Meet Presenting Sponsors, Media Partners, Toast Hosts and Boast Hosts. Network and nibble.  Make long lasting relationships.

Enjoy complimentary beverages from local beverage companies and breweries and scrumptious appetizers from over 20 of Denver’s premier restaurants.


Click here to register and get tickets to SummerToast >>>
 
Hey Job Seekers! 
Want an edge?  Post your Jobseeker Profile and get noticed!


CC from Boulder writes:
 
"I posted my profile last week and had three companies call me for phone interviews within 72 hours and am meeting with one of them on Thursday. In addition, I was offered two part-time contract jobs. All in all, it was the most worthwhile $10 investment I've made in my job search since I was laid off."

Seriously. It works. Don't hesitate. Post your profile today. Employers are looking for you. 

Posting an AH Jobs List Jobseeker Profile will turbo-charge your job search and get you noticed and reach employers today.
  • Who are you?
  • What skills do you have to offer? 
  • What accomplishments define your value to your next employer? 
  • What do you want to do? 
  • What do you value in your work?
These are questions that will help you to create specific focus on the career you are really searching for. 

When you are done, post your profile on Andrew Hudson's Jobs List, where recruiters from companies and nonprofits across Colorado are going to look for new employees.  These recruiters are actively hiring for their companies; they WANT to find you and find a place for you in their company.

To post your Jobseeker Profile, click here.
 

Nonprofit of the Week



Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit formed under the name Teaching Peace. We provide restorative justice services for our community and schools. We invite you to explore the website to find out more about who we are and the work that we do.

The Longmont Community Justice Partnership depends on community volunteers for service delivery. We have a free training program for interested and qualified volunteers. Please explore our Volunteer section to learn more about becoming a volunteer with LCJP.

History & Operational Values of Teaching Peace

Vision:


Longmont Community Justice Partnership holds a vision for restorative justice being the first thought for resolving the harm of crime and conflict by all people.

The 5 R's of Restorative Justice

The Values Guiding the Longmont Community Justice Partnership

Relationship
Restorative practices recognize that when a wrong occurs, individuals and communities feel violated. It is the damage to these relationships that is primarily important and is the central focus of what restorative practices seek to address. When relationships are strong, people experience more fulfilling lives, and communities become places where we want to live. Relationships may be mended through the willingness to be accountable for one's actions and to make repair of harms done.

Respect
Respect is the key ingredient that holds the container for all restorative practices, and it is what keeps the process safe. It is essential that all persons in a restorative process be treated with respect. Every person is expected to show respect for others and for themselves. Restorative processes require deep listening, done in a way that does not presume we know what the speaker is going to say, but that we honor the importance of the other's point of view. Our focus for listening is to understand other people, so, even if we disagree with their thinking, we can be respectful and try hard to comprehend how it seems to them.

Responsibility
For restorative practices to be effective, personal responsibility must be taken. Each person needs to take responsibility for any harm they caused to another, admitting any wrong that was done, even if it was unintentional. Taking responsibility also includes a willingness to give an explanation of the harmful behavior. All persons in the circle are asked to search deeply in their hearts and minds to discover if there is any part of the matter at hand for which they have some responsibility. Everyone needs to be willing to accept responsibility for his or her own behavior.

Repair
The restorative approach is to repair the harm that was done to the fullest extent possible, recognizing that harm may extend beyond anyone's capacity for repair. It is this principle that allows us to set aside thoughts of revenge and punishment. Once the persons involved have accepted responsibility for their behavior and they have heard in the restorative process about how others were harmed by their action, they are expected to make repair. It is through taking responsibility for one's own behavior and making repair that persons may regain or strengthen their self-respect and the respect of others.

Reintegration
For the restorative process to be complete, persons who may have felt alienated, must be accepted into the community. Reintegration is realized when all persons have put the hurt behind them and moved into a new role in the community. This new role recognizes their worth and the importance of the new learning that has been accomplished. The person having shown him or herself to be an honorable person through acceptance of responsibility and repair of harm has transformed the hurtful act. At the reintegration point, all parties are back in right relationship with each other and with the community. This reintegration process is the final step in achieving wholeness.

The Longmont Community Justice Partnership has two jobs posted on AH Jobs List this week:

Senior Bilingual Case Coordinator
Boulder County Restorative Justice (BCRJ)


The Senior Bilingual Case Coordinator (SBCC) position within the Boulder County Restorative Justice (BCRJ) program oversees case coordination, assists with training of referring agents, and maintains community partnerships. The SBCC is responsible for managing the majority of the incoming caseload, with assistance from the Case Coordinator. The SBCC is also responsible for the implementation of casework related projects and for assisting with the development and management of programs within the BCRJ Office. The position's duties also include the mentoring of new facilitators, providing support for volunteer professional development and the facilitation of 1-2 cases on a monthly basis. The position is responsible for database maintenance, assisting with the training and supervision of the Case Coordinator(s), BCRJ Fellow and/or BCRJ interns.
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Bilingual Case Coordinator
Boulder County Restorative Justice (BCRJ)


The Bilingual Case Coordinator of the Community Restorative Justice (CRJ) program is responsible for supporting the Senior Bilingual Case Coordinator (SBCC) and Program Manager with all administrative tasks of the CRJ office, with particular emphasis on maintaining the database, scheduling appointments, and casework correspondence (mailings). This position also assists with all stages of case coordination for 4-8 cases at a time. The Bilingual Case Coordinator supports the SBCC and Program Manager to maintain relationships with CRJ volunteers and partners by participating in trainings and outreach.
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Have a great week,


Andrew Hudson
 

 


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