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Calendar of Events

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Parent Engagement Inspires Success

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Kujegi Camara

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From the CEO - September 2012

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Dear Friends:

What a way to start the school year!

Goodhue 100

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More information coming soon.

Warren M. Petty

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Warren M. Petty joined The Children's Aid Society as the Director of Talent Management and Human Resources in June 2012. Bringing a wealth of experience in strategic planning and implementation, Warren is tasked with instituting and directing “best practices” in human resources to help the agency achieve a higher level of effectiveness for the children, youth and families we serve.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Ten Ways to Get Hired

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  1. Follow the instructions: “no phone calls” means don’t call!
  2. Spell the name of the organization, and the person to whom you are addressing your resume, correctly.
  3. Make sure your resume is in MS Word (.doc not .docx) or pdf format and not “zipped”.
  4. Clearly state the position for which you are applying, or at least the field and level of the position you are seeking.
  5. Include a cover letter.

Havian Nicholas

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When new students gather this fall at the top-ranked College of Nursing at NYU, a young woman who got a boost from The Children’s Aid Society—and who is now a mentor for other kids—will be among them.

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