Tools and Resources
Launch your career
Novoresume is an awesome tool that helps you put together stylish resumes for your big interview. It is not a free tool but I have had great success with it. Click on the link above for a 50% discount I was able to negotiate for your first month. No, I don’t get paid if you use them I am just a big fan. If Novoresume is not your jam check out a couple alternatives Canva or Enhancv.
Biteable – Is a slick tool that allows you to create visual appealing videos in minutes. I have used this in the past with success. They have since increased the number of clips in stock footage as well as their prices. If you are trying to create a video to stand out to your employer this could still be a viable solution. A competitors out there that I haven’t used are Animaker and Moovly
Job Search Framework
Welcome To Corporate– Shameless plug for one of the tools we are most proud of creating. This framework is essential when you are job searching. Gives you a list of questions to think about and lays out a rough plan of how to find that perfect job. We understand that not everyone has family or friends working in corporate America so we wanted to help those who need it most.
Welcome To Corporate– Free list of different development programs to jump start your career. They vary by function. We are adding new opportunities to the list all the time. Don’t just start your career but launch it.
Project / Time Management
Trello – is my main tool for managing different projects. I love the seamless transition from desktop to mobile. I only use the free version but I know they have a paid option with all the bells and whistles. A few other alternatives I have used are Asana, Todoist, or here is a long list of options.
Financial Tool Belt’s Career Database has put together an awesome Career Database that is user friendly. If you have no idea where to start and trying to understand what different careers pay this is fantastic place to start