Category Archives: Letters to Our Readers
I’m excited to announce a new addition to the Mac’s List team! This week we welcomed Jenna Forstrom as our new community manager. Jenna was previously a community manager for Adaptu, a financial management startup, and has worked extensively with Nike. She brings to Mac’s List nearly a decade’s worth of experience in digital marketing, product management, and […]
The Mac’s List team is excited to announce the official publication of the 2016 edition of Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond). We’ve made the Complete Mac’s List Guide even better, by adding new content and making the book available in paperback and multiple digital formats. This is the ONLY published book specifically […]
I’m excited to announce that Ben Forstag has joined Mac’s List as Managing Director. He brings to the job a passion for community service and more than a decade of experience in nonprofit communications and marketing, primarily in the nonprofit and healthcare sectors.
Today, I’m excited to announce something that I think you’re going to love! For the past year, Mac’s List has been working behind the scenes to write an e-book called, “Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond): The Complete Mac’s List Guide.”
Hey there friends, How’s the job search going? How’s that move to Portland coming? I think about you often. How you must feel looking for work, looking for your dream job, or looking to move to Portland.
Prichard Communications and Nonprofit Association of Oregon Team Up to Help Local Employers and Job Seekers
Social change communications agency Prichard, which operates Mac’s List, is partnering with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon to help local employers and job seekers. Effective immediately, over 800 organizations who are members of the Nonprofit
When we hire staff at Prichard Communications or Mac’s List, the job announcement includes the typical requirements you see in most job ads: education, technical skills and years of professional experience. Meeting the minimum requirements, however, won’t get you the job here or at most organizations. Every employer thinks about other factors besides professional qualifications when considering a candidate’s application. […]
For me interviews have always been the most terrifying part of job searching. Sitting in the lobby mindlessly looking through your resume, watching the clock tick to your doom. Okay, a little dramatic but yikes interviews are scary! After taking a job search workshop at the University of Oregon, I have learned a few tricks […]
In every job search, we look for answers to questions so that we don’t make any mistakes that could jeopardize getting that new job. Here are the top 10 questions I’ve been asked during my time as the editor of “Mac’s List” and the answers I give: 1. Do Portland employers even consider out of […]