Navigating PTSD & Other Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Let's talk about #MentalHealth at work.
Join us for a live virtual chat & learn tomorrow (Wednesday July, 26) for tips on discussing mental health at work from Content Creator Candace Ramirez, who has learned how to navigate job searches and her career while managing #PTSD.
Whether you do it with #code, writing, or an #ElevatorPitch, crafting a compelling narrative is one of the best ways to advance your #career.
Mental health is a key part of all of our personal narratives, but it's something we often feel we have to keep separate from our professional lives.
Submit your questions now for Candace to answer live tomorrow.
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