Chapter 1 Welcome to the ETP Network
The ETP Network (Empowering Today’s Professionals) was established specifically to help individuals in transition find jobs. Find out the how’s, who’s, what’s and why’s of this amazing organization and its Founder and CEO, Mr. Rod Colón.
Chapter 2 The Machinery: Build, Track and Maintain Your Network
The modern day job search is built on the machinery of networking. If you’re new to networking, this chapter gives you the basics, beginning with the art of small talk all the way up to the development of a warm, trusted network.
Chapter 3 The Mentality: Run Your Career as a Business
Once you start the network machinery running, the next step is training yourself to think of your job search as a business with you as its CEO. All of the [...]
This series is dedicated to community organizations aligned with Empowering Today’s Professionals. We interview outstanding leaders of organizations to recognize and applaud their efforts with helping people in need or providing value added community benefit services.
Established in 2007, The Good Samaritan Networking Group (GSNG), is a non-profit, no-fee organization that helps people find jobs. The group frequently distributes information regarding Job Openings, Job Hunters, and Job Hunting Resources. Many of the Job Openings and Job Hunters are located in New Jersey and Massachusetts, but the group is not limited to those areas. Similarly, many of our members are in the high-tech / telecom industry but the group is not limited to that specific focus.
Empowering Today’s Professionals Chief Operations Officer, Carl E. Reid had an opportunity to have lunch and interview Brian Allain, Founder and CEO of The Good Samaritan Networking Group. Brian works full time as Chief Operating Officer at Capital Services.
Carl: Tell us Brian, what was your motivation for starting The Good Samaritan Networking Group?Brian: I have been very fortunate to have developed a great network, and I wanted to share its value with others. I knew that job hunting had become much more difficult, and I knew that I could help people. Carl: What is the mission of The Good Samaritan Networking Group? Brian: To help [...]