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Seattle-area mentoring nonprofit with a global reach adds generative AI to toolkits for job seekers  Public Article

A Seattle-area nonprofit helping disadvantaged job seekers around the world is adding generative artificial intelligence to the toolkit for its participants. The Global Mentorship Initiative is teaching college students and recent graduates how to use digital tools that are powered by technology including ChatGPT and GPT-4 to more easily and successfully land jobs, starting with the job search and application all the way through the interview process to sending thank you emails.

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OWS22 Week #7 Welcome by Jon Browning Professional Membership Required

IAOP strategic Advisory Board Member, Jon Browning CEO, Global Mentorship Initiative, kicks off week seven with some insights from his vantage point. GMI was created from the Rockefeller Foundation’s Digital Jobs Initiative to provide guidance and business skills to college students and refugees through a short-term, online mentorship. We have over 2,000 students and mentors and partner with universities in the US and around the world including eight refugee camps. We make it easy to be a great mentor and this could be one of your opportunities to give back. Learn more at:

OWS23: Three Ways you can Change the World from Your Spare Bedroom Professional Membership Required

What makes your heart sing? It’s probably the thing that will be your legacy and how people know you and will remember you by. Chances are it’s not your nine-to-five job. What if you could find a way to give back in a meaningful way and amplify your impact by linking it to your day job? Jon speaks from experience as a mid-level corporate manager who realized that his legacy was falling short of his expectations. What started as a staff meeting agenda item eventually took his work to refugee camps around the world and to college students in over 90 countries. It’s never too late and it’s never too early for you to create something incredible that you want to be remembered by. Jon’s inspiring story will provide solid guidance on how you can get started and rally others to your passion.

PULSE: Solving the Talent Crisis While Making an Impact Public Article

The global workforce of tomorrow will look far different than today and where the next wave of talent will come from may be surprising. Your company’s next recruit may be a refugee, a young professional from an underserved community, a neurodivergent individual, a second-chance worker with a criminal background, or an entire virtual crowdsourced team. All of these segments have the potential to open up pipelines of millions of employees.

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