Prichard Launches E-Book to Help Oregonians Connect with Nonprofit Jobs

At Prichard we’re good at helping social changemakers forge connections that count.

We love to introduce nonprofit leaders to each other so they can find new ways to work together. That’s why we host The Portland Ten, a dinner for our hometown’s most innovative social changemakers.

It’s why Jennie and I serve on the planning committee for frank, the first national conference for public interest communicators held every February at the University of Florida.

And it’s why we created Mac’s List, our online community for almost 70,000 people—many of them social changemakers–looking for meaningful work in Oregon.

A New Tool to Help Oregonians

Today, I’m excited to announce the release of something new—an e-book to help our community right here in Oregon make connections that lead to meaningful work with nonprofits or other employers— Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond): The Complete Mac’s List Guide!

This eight-chapter, 136-page e-book offers practical advice from leading career counselors, headhunters, human resource managers, and resume writers that we know and trust. You’ll find tools you can use to network your way to your next job whether you work in the social change or private sector.

Find Meaningful Work

The Complete Mac’s List Guide is offered in three packages — Get the Interview, Land the Job, and Live the Dream – that include checklists, recorded interviews, and other valuable career resources.

See for yourself. Start looking for meaningful work by downloading the first chapter and table contents for free.

Ready to read the entire e-book? Visit the Mac’s List Guide site to order your copy today.

Mac Prichard

Mac started Prichard Communications in 2007 to serve nonprofits, foundations and public agencies after a long career working in the public and nonprofit sectors and with elected officials. Mac lives in Portland’s Ladd’s Addition where he is often spotted taking Instagram photos while walking his dog Kai, a Weimaraner.
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