Well, some of you took advantage of the summer job hunting package, so let's do it this fall!
Are you on the academic job market? Preparing to start your search? Are you prepared? Do you have the mentorship and coaching you need to thrive on the market? Do you want to work with someone who has coached dozens of doctoral students and faculty and has helped them find positions that match their needs, values and desires? I have the coaching, psychotherapy, and academic skills and experience to help you approach your search with confidence!
I am offering a job-hunting preparation package which includes well over ten hours of coaching at far less than my normal rate. If you know of anyone who is on the academic job-hunting market, do let them know!
This coaching package includes:
1. Seven hours of individual coaching sessions on job hunting skills and strategies, how to conduct your job talk and interviews, working together to identify and remove the psychosocial barriers that inhibit job hunting and interviewing, preparing for and role-playing interviews, and other topics individualized to your particular needs (including discussions of writing and scholarship, as desired)
2. Three hours of individual consultation to review your CV and cover letter including in-depth feedback (initial review and final review once initial changes are made)
3. Two hours of follow-up coaching during the fall and winter interview seasons
$750 total! Discounts for those in-need and from developing countries.
I am also open to taking new clients who want to work on their writing and publishing for a similar package, if you know anyone. My coaching practice focuses on helping doctoral students and faculty thrive as publishing scholars. I do have special rates for scholars from developing countries and doctoral students in need.
Please contact me for a free half hour consultation to see how I can help you in your job search, or to Write, Publish and Thrive. email@example.com
Rich Furman, PhD, is professor at the University of Washington Tacoma and the author of over 120 articles and 15 books. He has mentored and coached faculty on writing and publishing for a decade and a half, and is passionate about empowering doctoral students and faculty to have powerful, meaningful, and joyous careers.