• Businessman entering into a big endless maze.

    Never Let a Barrier Stand Between You and Your Career Path!

    “I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has had to overcome while trying to succeed.” – Booker T. Washington. When I reflect on this quote, I am often reminded of my past client, Norman Moss and […]

  • National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Gail Berrier

    “Be a sponge.” This sage advice is from National Able Network’s Vice President of HR Operations, Gail Berrier. According to Gail, when you’re looking to change or advance your career path, the best way to start is to be a sponge and absorb as much knowledge and experience as you can to propel yourself into […]

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    Frank’s Job Search Advice: Supercharge Your Skills Check-Off

    The skills check-off is one of the banes of every job applicant. If you haven’t seen one yet it’s likely you will very soon since almost all job applications are online. We tend to see them used more in technical and mid-management positions. Before computers, the skill check-off was manually prepared, reviewed and scored by […]

  • Amalia Perez del Pulgar

    My Career Journey at National Able Network

    National Able Network (Able) is an organization dedicated to workforce development through training, guiding, and investing not only in the individuals it serves, but also their employees. In the summer of 2009, I was hired as an Employment Coordinator at Able’s Lowell, Mass. office – little did I know that it would be one of the […]

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    Using Past Experience to Help Fellow Veterans Achieve Self-Sufficiency Through Employment

    United States Army National Guard veteran, Kevin Averyhart was at a veteran’s assistance facility when he saw a brochure for an organization that offered no-cost employment services for veterans. At first he considered not taking it, but since Kevin had recently earned his Masters Degree and was looking for a career, he decided to take […]

  • National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Len Harris

    Did you know that 75 percent of all jobs that get filled per year go to the “known candidate”? In this week’s installment of National Able Network’s Career Expert Series, we hear from Director of Veterans Forward, Len Harris, who offers a myriad of job search advice, including becoming the “known candidate,” practicing effect networking, […]

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    National Able Network is Now Serving Mature Workers in Delaware!

    National Able Network is happy to announce that we are now serving older workers in New Castle County, Del. through the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)! The SCSEP is the only federally funded program that provides low-income seniors with resources to help them seamlessly reenter the workforce. Through SCSEP, seniors receive paid, part-time community service positions […]

  • Businessman drawing and writing career process on wall.

    Frank’s Job Search Advice: How to Quantify Real Value (Pt. 2)

    In my last blog I talked about how job seekers need to identify and communicate their real business value to prospective employers. The question I closed that blog with was: “How do you quantify your value, particularly if you worked in a staff position such as Human Resources, Accounting, Compliance, or Marketing?” Quantifying or measuring value is […]

Businessman entering into a big endless maze.

Never Let a Barrier Stand Between You and Your Career Path!

“I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has had to overcome while trying to succeed.” – Booker T. Washington. When I reflect on this quote, I am often reminded of my past client, Norman Moss and […]

National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Gail Berrier

“Be a sponge.” This sage advice is from National Able Network’s Vice President of HR Operations, Gail Berrier. According to Gail, when you’re looking to change or advance your career path, the best way to start is to be a sponge and absorb as much knowledge and experience as you can to propel yourself into […]

check mark

Frank’s Job Search Advice: Supercharge Your Skills Check-Off

The skills check-off is one of the banes of every job applicant. If you haven’t seen one yet it’s likely you will very soon since almost all job applications are online. We tend to see them used more in technical and mid-management positions. Before computers, the skill check-off was manually prepared, reviewed and scored by […]