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Moms | How To's

By: Tiffany Nieslanik
September 17th, 2020

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Your success and time are intertwined.

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Moms | How To's

By: The Mom Project
August 24th, 2020

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Adding a career pause to social media; let’s talk about it.  Back in April we launched Resume Rev, a solution to help you own your story - in real life and on paper. Within the platform there is a career pause function allowing you to own your pause, and add a career break to your resume with confidence. The tool helped launch a movement and gave moms re-entering the workforce the words they needed to convey a pause on your resume.

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Moms | How To's

By: Colleen Curtis
August 18th, 2020

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Resilience. Fatigue. 

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Moms | How To's

By: Tiffany Nieslanik
August 18th, 2020

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Diving into homeschooling for the first time? Homeschooling is a big world of opportunities but it can be tough to know where to begin, or if the option is right for you. When our family started homeschooling a few years ago there was a lot to explore. I read a plethora of books, met up for coffee with homeschooling veterans and more — then took all of that knowledge with a grain of salt.

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Moms | How To's

By: The Mom Project
July 27th, 2020

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Congrats, you landed an interview for your dream job! Now what? Prep, prep, prep. The Mom Project has gathered the best tips and resources to guide you through this next step. We are dedicated to helping you find professional success and happiness - your success is our success!

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Partners | How To's

By: Pam Cohen, PhD
July 24th, 2020

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Childcare has been a longstanding challenge for working parents in America, and this issue has only been exacerbated by the current pandemic. Our research has shown that moms are more significantly impacted through increased childcare responsibilities during this time, and women of color are even more likely to be disproportionately affected. With many states and districts announcing online schooling this fall, it seems like there is no finish line in sight.