Why You Should Ambassador With JobsForHer!

  • Kaajal Ahuja
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  • 21 Jul 2016

Mentors! Workshops! Upskilling! Training & More... FOR FREE!

Would you like to be a part of something bigger, something more far-reaching?

Would you like a reason to get up, get dressed, and get out the door like a woman with a purpose she needs to get to today, other than the regular routine? 

And, while you're at it – would you like to meet new people, network, make connections, socialize, enjoy a conversation with other women who also once had a career that they rocked?

Family is everything, but then again, the rest of the world beckons, too!

We are offering you all of that... and more

The new, revamped, re-boosted, and re-energized JFH Ambassador Tribe!

Women who are ready to take that on-ramp BACK to the career of their dreams - and drive other women there with them!

Here's WHY you want to do this:

*PROFESSIONAL networking events to expand and improve your professional connections for your career restart journey!

*CUSTOMIZED mentoring from industry veterans!

*FIRST-HAND access to job-openings that come into our portal!

*DISCOUNTS to upskill your professional acumen - trainings, workshops & webinars on everything related to your second career job-hunt!

Be a woman who takes the wheel and takes control of her career restart by paying it forward and helping other women do the same.

(And have a little fun while you're at it ;))  


For more details on how to become one, CLICK HERE


 About the Writer:

 Kaajal Ahuja is a commerce graduate, who worked in the field of Customer Support first at HDFC Bank, and then at Dell International. During her 11-year career break, she spent four years volunteering as a Teacher at a government-run educational institution and also ran her own enterprise – ‘Hey Gorgeous’ – alongside, for 8 years. It was during her break that she discovered her love for writing, and is now back, working part-time as a Senior Content Writer at JobsForHer. She is married and is an upbeat mommy to a 13-year-old.

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