Success Stories

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Member Success: Members Make Rewarding Career Transitions

Those who have lost positions in now-dwindling industries must reinvent themselves. As such, they face some of the greatest difficulties when it comes to finding a new career. Here’s where GetFive members have the advantage and can make use of dependable resources and invaluable support. Take, for example, Nancy. For 24 years Nancy worked in…

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A Recipe for Career Success, a Member Success Story

Modern airport terminals present daunting construction and development challenges, involving large land areas, layers of complex partnerships, and enormous budgets. GetFive member Kevin Hauppa, who was originally hired as a project manager for a $30 million project at a major international airport, now, as a senior project manager, oversees the day-to-day implementation of a project…

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Finding What Makes You Happy, A Client Success Story

Tony started going to GetFive after the bulk of his job at a large at an international bank moved overseas.With his coach, Celia Currin, Tony focused on identifying the elements that would give him the greatest career satisfaction. “Celia helped me recognize what it is in a job that would make me happy,” Tony says. “That…

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Never Underestimate the Power of a Single Opportunity

Jenna Galgano worked in the entertainment and event marketing industry. When her company had a shift in personnel, she lost her job. “Hey, it happens,” she said. “There’s nothing you can do about it but pick up and keep moving.” She maintained a positive outlook and it made a huge difference. She worked hard alongside her…

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From Career Setback to Opportunity: How to Make The Most Of Being Let Go

P. Smith had an experience similar to many others in 2009: She was laid off at the height of the recession. Determined not to let her situation define her, she quickly started her job search. “I immediately engaged a career counselor at my local employment center,” says Smith. “I also visited several centers, re-engaged associates through…

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