Tools for the job search: Researching all the opportunities in your chosen location
In Chapter Six you will:
Use the wealth of information available on the internet to research and connect with people and organizations.
Start your search by learning as much as you can about your preferred geographic area (even if you are searching locally).
Continue your search by getting to know the local nonprofit sector. Learning about the major local players, consultants, networks and listservs, and other key aspects will better prepare you for the various types of interviews you may conduct.
Consider a set of questions designed to weigh the pros and cons of relocating, if you are conducting a long-distance search.
Explore the most effective ways to maximize your time visiting a new location.
Think about other ways to make a long-distance transition, including tech tools that "shorten" the distance. Learn about the challenges of searching for career options abroad.