About Geffen Careers

We specialize in those of you working in, or transitioning to new fields, including the non-profit sector, associations, membership organizations, and college and university administration. We have special expertise in helping men and women over 50.

Our industry expertise ranges from higher education, non-profits, associations, engineering, and finance. Our technical expertise includes non-profit management, strategic planning, distance learning, membership, marketing, and continuing education.

Amy Geffen, PhD

Amy Geffen, PhD

Career Coach


    In order to help you further your career, or help you in your job search, Geffen Careers offers several premium services:

    Career Counseling
    Get career counseling by a knowledgable, experienced professional
    Custom Job Boards
    We can help you find a job with custom created job boards
    Break in to a new industry with connections and advice

    Latest News

    If you are interested in the latest articles in the industry, take a peek at our blog for career advice and job searching tips.

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    3 + 3 = Information Meetings

    What do you say during an information meeting?  If you are networking, and making connections, you are getting information meetings with people who are second or third degree connections.  They may offer career advice and may, in the future, have a job opening or know of a job opening.  You are not interviewing for an […]

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    What does a Successful Job Search Look Like?

    Are you having trouble with your job search? No responses to your emails? Not getting interviews?  Getting interviews but no offers?  Getting offers but not meeting your expectations? Here are some tips to guarantee success in your job search: Don’t rely on answering ads on the internet. Millions of people are viewing ads on the […]

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    After the Interview – What Next?

    The interview is really the beginning of your job process – as far as the company is concerned.  Your job is to get to the second or third interview and ultimately get an offer.  So what should you do after the interview? Reflect on the interview and make some notes about what you learned. What […]

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