Professor John R. Fugazzie
Professor John R. Fugazzie
Adjunct Professor at NJIT - New Jersey Institute of Technology teaching Successful Job Search Strategies – Job Search 2017 in the Continuing Professional Education department.
Successful Job Search Strategies - Job Search 2017
Class page will be posted early January. $ 500 cost including text books
In the interim the courses are up to register for anyone interested can follow the link here.
February CRN # is 50111 Feb 4 -Feb 28 2017
March CRN # is 50112 Mar 4 - Mar 28, 2017
Successful Job Search Strategies, Tactics, Techniques and Skills for Career Advancement into Leadership in a “New Globalized, Accelerating, Ever-Changing, Techno-Centric, Economy."
Course is appropriate for those who want to learn the latest to find a job, advance in a career, and for workforce professionals and career counselors to help others to be successful.
Adjunct Professor since July 2014 at the Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University in the Puerto al Futuro Program. http://view2.fdu.edu/academics/petrocelli-college/academicunits/puerta-al-futuro .
Teaching master level courses in leadership, social change, marketing, leadership, human resources and nonprofit management. The leadership and social change classes have become incubators where class projects become organizations and initiatives to help address a range of social issues.
One organization incubated in the Marketing Social Change class and continued on is Smiles Without Limitiations: www.smileswithoutlimitations.org
Organizational Community Leadership
History of Strategic Philanthropy and Cause Marketing
Corporate social involvement underwent a major shift in the 1980s and 1990s (Smith, 1994). Prior to that time, corporate social involvement typically amounted to charitable giving and employee volunteering.
Corporations were good citizens “giving back” to their communities. This all changed in the early 1980s when American Express created the first ever cause related marketing effort.
Amex agreed to make 5 cents donation to the arts in San Francisco every time someone used an American Express card and $2 every time American Express got a new member. In three months, the campaign raised $108,000. The approach gained national attention when American Express tried it on country-wide basis. In 1983, Amex agreed to set aside 1 cent for every card transaction and $1 for each new card issue during the last quarter of 1983, to support the renovation of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The program was a great success. American Express reported sales increases of 28 percent over the same period a year earlier with a total of $1.8 million eventually donated to the renovation project.
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Resources and Links
JOB LISTINGS If you’re looking for a job with social purpose, here’s a good place to start. Although Encore.org is not a job matching service, we have compiled websites and resources helpful for encore career seekers. Take a look.
Caring Encores: A Look at Caregiving Opportunities
The Encore Career Handbook – Coming Soon
Where to Look Online for Careers With Purpose More >
HEALTH JOB BOARDS
Long Term Care Career Center
NONPROFIT JOB BOARDS
Ultimate Non-Profit Job
GuideNonProfit Job SeekerThe Chronicle of Philanthropy
GREEN JOB BOARDS
EDUCATION JOB BOARDS
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Education Week TopSchool
JobsThe Public Charter Schools Job Board
GOVERNMENT JOB BOARDS
State and Local Government on the Net