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Thomas Donohue with President’s Volunteer Award

Celebrating 10 years of safe job landings with April being national volunteer month, Empowering Today’s Professionals (ETP) salutes the rocket fuel makes it possible for members to succeed in today’s volatile business climate; our Volunteers.

As a certifying organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award, ETP is highlighting outstanding members in April to thank and honor individuals who, by their demonstrated commitment and example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service.

For the last 2 years Thomas Donohue has been publishing weekly networking events in the New York / New Jersey area to multiple organizations that support professionals in a job search. 

In addition to keeping Empowering Today’s Professionals’ members informed, Thomas Donohue has selflessly impacted the lives of thousands of members in other organizations; Logistics Operations Group, The St. Matthias Career Networking Group (SMCNG), NFP, Professional Support Group of Central New Jersey at Somerville (PSGCNJ), Northern NJ Professionals in Transition (NNJ PIT), TheBreakfastClubNJ, Careers In Transition, Career Networking Group, Westchester Networking Organization, Somerset YMCA Career Forum, NJ SENG, Professional Support Group of Morris County (PSG Morris), PSG Technology, TCN

Why Thomas Donohue Pays It Forward, in his own words

The main reason I prepare and distribute this list of monthly and weekly updates of networking events, is because when I was in transition, a lot of people in these transition support groups, including Rod Colon, helped me.  This is my way of paying it forward.

Hopefully, those in transition are benefiting from knowing about these meetings at the various transition support groups, and are able to take advantage of them by attending and learning the skills necessary to land a job as soon as possible.  As far as time goes, I probably put in 6 to 10 hours per week preparing and distributing the list of upcoming networking events.

For a limited time you can submit a complimentary (free) application for Basic Membership with Empowering Today’s Professionals. If time is critical, save time with Professional Membership as the recommended level PROVEN to get INTERVIEWS quicker.

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