Career Benders, Inc.
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Hired 140 times
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4 years in business
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Sample Service Pricing: One-on-One Coaching Career Change Package incl. Resume - $1699 Executive Job Search Strategy - $1799 Job Search Strategy incl. Resume - $1299 Resumes and Cover Letter Writing - $399 - $599 Entrepreneurship Coaching - $1899 Interview Prep - $299 In fairness to our clients, we do not discount products. However, please ask about our price adjustments for young professionals and public service professionals! This is a sampling of our most popular services. Please inquire for additional options, as we have the ability to tailor anything to your needs. How and where do we meet? Our coaching and consulting is available via web conference, which gives us the ability to work with clients all over the country!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We start every potential client off with a free strategy session to gain insight and select the right process for your needs. From there, we set our first session where it's all about getting to know you. Our coaching is very personal, intuitive, and driven by my emotional intelligence. We don't follow set assessments or rubrics to evaluate your strengths and goals (unless we feel it will be helpful to you). Instead, we get to know you and your goals to create a strategy on how to achieve them.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
The inspiration for Career Benders comes from our Founder's own personal experience. Angie started her career as a Civil Engineer after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. After eight years in the industry, Angie decided to move on, wishing to be in a more creative environment. Eventually, after stints in advertising, sales, and small business, Angie became the executive director of an arts nonprofit, where she excelled. Continued below!