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Get An Awesome Job 3.0

"Yes, I'm ready to learn how I can find a job I'll love!"

When I check out, I'll get instant access to the following:

  • Access to 4 information-packed modules showing you what to do to get a job you love (and that pays well!)
  • Worksheets to make finding and applying for jobs straightforward and fun
  • Videos to clearly demonstrate exactly what to do
  • Templates to make crafting the perfect resume and cover letter simple
  • BONUS Resume and cover letter review ($200 value)
  • One-on-one service to make sure you’re crystal clear on how you can improve your career
  • Extras such as workshops and bonus resources I’ll announce in the future
  • Lifetime updates for all content and resources added to the course

I know that I if the information and support included with the Get An Awesome Job course haven't helped me feel more confident in my ability to get a better job, I can ask for a refund for up to one year from my purchase date.

What People Are Saying:

This is the course I wish my teachers had given me in college. I love the idea that I don't have to be stuck in low-paying jobs for life.

Mika Mills

No one had answered the question, how do I turn my writing skills into a career? Matt Hall answers the question. Not only have I begun to branch into lucrative freelance work myself, I recommend this guide to every undergrad intern who comes through our doors.

Chris Cunningham

This guide provided practical advice and real-world examples that are applicable, even after graduation. The suggestions provided encouraging direction without being overbearing. It helped me to recognize different areas where my degree is valuable and applicable for not only finding a job, but finding a better job. Plus, the activities felt thought-provoking and didn't feel like busywork.

Kirsten Forsberg

Thanks for creating all these resources for English majors. I worked through a lot of the course's steps before graduating in May and ended up landing a job as a content writer for a national non-profit.

Matt Wood