Monday Motivation: Compartmentalize Your Job Search
Kick off your week with Monday Motivation!
Tip of the week
Feeling overwhelmed by your job hunt? Create a routine that protects your leisure and self-care time. Set a block in your calendar to accomplish all of your tasks related to job seeking; no distractions.
It can be an hour every day or 10 minutes each day; whatever works for you. The important thing is that you stick to it. When the time is up, do something else and avoid falling into the trap of spending all of your free time job hunting.
Remember: panicking won’t make you get that job faster. Keeping your cool will allow your mind to be much sharper for when you land that job interview.
This week’s highlighted jobs:
Vielmetter Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
Box Office Manager
North Adams, MA
Human Resources & DEAI Program Manager-Part Time
American Folk Art Museum
Long Island City, NY
Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE)
Part-Time Professor of the Practice of Musical Theater Writing
Harvard University, Theater, Dance & Media
This week’s highlighted opportunities:
“Through These Eyes” Call for Video and Animation Art
Revised Call for Proposals: Public Art Grant 2022
Coastal Preservation Network
College Point, NY
Summer Marathons in Drawing, Painting & Sculpture: Virtual and In-Person
New York Studio School
New York, NY
Call to Artists! Call for Members!
Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, BWAC
– Mary-kate Grohoski, Sales Manager
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