Dear Friends,Thank you for all of the support you’ve shown for my new career coaching venture, Copeland Coaching. Since my e-book release last week, things have started off with a bang!
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Thank you goes out to Andy Meek for featuring Copeland Coaching in the Memphis Daily News this week. Andy is an advocate for Memphis, and has supported multiple ventures and projects I’ve worked on over the years.
Memphian Angela Copeland is launching a career-coaching practice called Copeland Coaching.
Copeland Coaching is offering help at all stages of the job search, including networking, interviewing and negotiation, and is helping professionals of all levels who want a career change.
Copeland also has written an e-book, “Breaking the Rules and Getting the Job,” that provides practical advice for job-seekers. The book was released Monday, Oct. 28, and is available at copelandcoaching.com.
For more information, contact Copeland at angela(at)copelandcoaching(dot)com
I want to give a huge thank you to James Dowd at the Commercial Appeal for featuring Copeland Coaching this week. James is a huge supporter of entrepreneurship in Memphis, and has always been so supportive of my work.
Entrepreneur Angela Copeland has launched Copeland Coaching, a career counseling and training firm that offers services including interviewing, negotiating and networking.
Copeland, who participated in the inaugural cohort of the Seed Hatchery startup accelerator in 2011, has been involved in the career coaching industry for nearly a decade. She specializes in personal branding and maximizing Web-based platforms during job searches.
“I started coaching while attending graduate school at Pepperdine University and my professors noticed that I looked for jobs differently than the other students,” Copeland said. “They began referring students and professionals to me for career coaching and I’ve continued to coach informally since then, recently turning it into a business.”
In addition to opening her firm, Copeland has released an e-book titled “Breaking the Rules and Getting the Job” that offers practical advice for job seekers.
Thank you to Volunteer Odyssey who announced their partnership with Copeland Coaching yesterday on Facebook. I work with every job seeker that goes through the Volunteer Odyssey program. We work on career goals, networking skills, resume and cover letter writing, and informational interviewing.
From Volunteer Odyssey:
We’re proud to officially announce our partnership with Copeland Coaching. This organization gives each of our job seekers individual attention and one-on-one coaching. You should check them out!
I want to give a big thank you to Paul Ryburn for featuring Copeland Coaching and my e-book, “Breaking The Rules & Getting The Job,” in his blog yesterday. Click here for the entire article.
Mon Update: Copeland Coaching Launches
by Paul Ryburn
My good friend Angela Copeland is launching her new business, Copeland Coaching.
Angela has been mentoring job candidates for 9 years, and has shown job
seekers how to get to the head of the pack. Her e-book Breaking the Rules and Getting the Job
explains what to do. Angela is available for one-on-one mentoring,
interview preparation, and resume tune-up. Angela was one of the
organizers of the Memphis to Moore fundraiser that raised over $25,000
for the Moore Public Schools that were devastated by tornadoes. I have
known Angela for over 10 years and have worked with her on many projects
for MPACT Memphis, and I recommend her highly.