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About Eddie Francis

Eddie Francis is a career coach, blogger, and award-winning media professional. A job recruiting consultant with the Dallas-based company Career Resource Services, Eddie also worked with Monster Worldwide’s Making It Count Programs where he spoke to more than a quarter of a million students and parents in 28 states about educational and career achievement. He writes about career preparation for college students on his “From Lectures to the Livelihood” blog and is the career segment contributor for WYLD-FM’s (New Orleans) “Sunday Journal”. An advocate for African American fraternities and sororities, Eddie is also the author and presenter of “The Black Greek Success Program”, which helps college members build their leadership skills through the lens of career preparation. Eddie’s mass media experience includes a 19-year stint in radio where he won the 2011 Press Club of New Orleans award for “Best Radio Entertainment Feature” for his interview with Rwandan genocide survivor, Immaculée Ilibagiza. He also served as a higher education director of communications. Eddie graduated from Loyola University New Orleans where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication. In 2000, he was named one of New Orleans Magazine’s “30 People to Watch” and is a recipient of the 2014 President’s Volunteer Service Award.

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Resume Tune-Up: 6 Excellent Tips

Resume Tune-Up: 6 Excellent Tips

Recently, I updated my resume. Afterward, I uploaded the updated version to all of the job boards where it is posted. Don’t worry, my boss is not about to lose her most loveable employee. Every other month, I take inventory of my recent accomplishments, projects...
Recalibrate Your Brand

Recalibrate Your Brand

We are all known for something. Whether we realize it or not, we have qualities that set us apart from the next person in our respective fields. To accentuate those qualities in order to advance your career is how you develop your brand. Maybe you are consistently one...

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