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First Source Welcomes New Volunteer Jobs Coach to Grow Program

The Somerville First Source Jobs Initiative is thrilled to bring on a new volunteer to support job seekers and grow the program in 2015!Anna ShenkVolunteer Interview Coach and Support Group Facilitator

Anna comes to us with a deep appreciation of the difference that access to opportunity makes in the quality of ones life. She is strongly motivated in facilitating job seekers in focusing and making their skills visible – painting a picture with words – when interviewing, as well as to match the skills and qualifications the job requires and the employer is looking for. In this role, Anna will be helping our job seekers to improve their interviewing skills and will be facilitating our new monthly job seekers support group. Welcome, Anna!

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