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Good Evening, I am a new member, however, I have been in the Administrative field for 19 years. I interested in the "word-of-mouth" concept of marketing. It works like a charm. And it's a free service. I like referring my friends and associates to others to help them get new business customers. And they do the same for me. Tell me what you do, and I don't mind spreading the word. Just do the same for me. I'm trying to go "National". Thanks, and Happy Flag Day" Sandra D. Harris

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Hello, I work at an independent school as an Executive Assistant for the past 7 years. I have been in this field of work for 20 years. Although I am very happy in my job I decided to try doing a home based business part-time. I signed up to be an independent rep for Wildtree - an exciting direct-sales company whose all natural gourmet culinary blends, infused Grapeseed oils, dressings and sauces are sold through home Tasting parties. Their products are all natrual, free of hydrogenated fats, preservatives, artificial flavors, additives and MSGs. I can average about and extra $200 a month. You can earn much more - that all depends on how much you wold like to do each month. The company was founded in 1996, so it is still fairly new and this is the best time to start your home based business. If you would like to learn more check out my website at Debbie Potter on 2/12/2009 7:41:27 AM
I found that a best way to keep current with our education is by taking online courses, certifications or degree. There's a recent survey that more employers are accepting online dregree as part of your education. I been an Administrative Assistant for almost 10 years; however, I learn everyday. For Aysha; I will pray for you that you find a job soon. You are a great administrative assistant and I know that you will find something soon. Keep ups updated. Miss Marilyn on 9/15/2007 10:30:50 AM
Hi, my name is Aysha Gourdine and I've been in the Administrative field for about 13 years. I've been a member for the past fours year of AEAP. I've most recently been laid off from a postion at a company I've worked for almost seven years. During my time there, I've also learned another trade, Corporate Meeting and Conference Management/Planning. I am also an active member of Meeting Professionals International. An organization that allows meeting professionals (event/meeting planners or suppliers) access to networking, educational resources and events, training publications, etc. I've been blessed to have had many mentors along the way to guide my career in many directions. Since my leaving my company this past month, I've learned that the opportunities waiting for me are endless. So, I would also like to throw my hat out there and put myself on the map so to speak. Aysha Gourdine on 9/7/2007 1:01:05 PM
Great Idea! by Julie Malherek (7/9/2007) Hi Sandra! I agree, "word of mouth" is a fabulous tool... it is how I find some of my best candidates and job opportunities. I am a Recruiter at Snelling in DC and I specialize in the recruitment and career placement of Executive Assistants in the DC metro area. If you or any of your contacts are looking for full-time career opportunities, please ask them to email me their resume and salary requirements Thank you! AEAP on 8/22/2007 2:47:58 PM

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