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Young Businesswomen

Consider the possibilities across careers

Consider the possibilities across careers

Abstract Curves

Therapists and Social Workers can make an impact across many industries, with or without a license.

Alternative Career Paths

Human Resources
Diversity & Inclusion
K-12 or Higher Education
Instructional Technology
Social Justice & Advocacy
Nonprofit Management
Coaching/Consulting

Community Engagement
Healthcare
PR & Marketing
Public Speaking
Supervision & Training
Research
Law

What do you want from the next stage of your career?

How Do I Help?

1:1 Career Coaching

Group Coaching (coming soon)

Presentations & Collaborations (upon request)

Consultations (how to help your career/job-search clients)

Nonbinary.

Neurodivergent.

Not apologizing.

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My Values

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging are paramount to everything I do.

I work with clients to:

  • identify employers that prioritize these efforts,

  • find roles that align with their unique strengths, values, and preferences,

  • connect with resources and people who support and boost their identities,

  • and advocate for themselves in the workplace.

 

Join my online group to share job search and career resources for the neurodivergent community.

About Me

I'm Ashley Cross (they/she)

My Background

I'm a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) and Career Coach who has worked with college students and career changers for 10yrs. 

 

I work with clients on career exploration, targeting their job search, writing effective resumes, preparing for interviews, and how to create a branding and networking strategy using social media, like LinkedIn.

My Story

I started career coaching in grad school. After graduation, I freelanced, balanced multiple jobs, and pursued licensure part-time. I stayed in higher ed to keep a steady paycheck.

I was on track to finish in 2020...

You can guess how that turned out.

I had a decision to make and chose to pivot.

I became crystal clear on what I wanted and applied within a few days of the job posting.

 

One resume. One role. interviewed throughout summer and started as a career coach at Carnegie Mellon University that August.

Not everyone completes licensure or wants to permanently work in counseling.

As I connected with other professionals on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, I found many counselors who have thriving careers in other fields.

 

I now use my career coaching skills to help others become aware of the options that already exist and see the possibilities for the future.

Contact

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