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What’s in an Advisor Letter? A Guide for Students

If you are registering for the CHES® examination as a full-time student, an advisor letter must be submitted at some point during the application process.  Although the advisor letter is not necessary at the time of payment, it must be acquired and uploaded/mailed/emailed before the exam final deadline. The goal of an advisor letter is to demonstrate: That the applicant is enrolled in 9 or more credits (which secures the student rate) When the student is expected... Read More
Posted by Jessica Wessner at Monday, January 27, 2020
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How to Study for the CHES® Exam

  Advice for Taking the CHES® Exam Are you preparing to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®) examination? You are not alone. In fact, there are thousands of students and professionals sitting for this prestigious certification examination each year, at hundreds of Prometric Test Center locations across the country. Lengthy examinations can be daunting!  But with such a inspiring community of test-takers around you, it can be quite advantageous to... Read More
Posted by Jessica Wessner at Thursday, January 16, 2020
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How My CHES® Prepared Me to Be a Career Coach | Kyle Elliot, MPA, CHES®

“What does the CHES® acronym after your name stand for?” After, “How long should my resume be?”, this is one of the most common questions I receive from the clients I work with. (P.S. The length of your resume depends on your unique career story; there is no one size fits all.) After explaining the requirements to become a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®) , people then inquire, “OK, but you’re a career coach… why do you need a... Read More
Posted by Jessica Wessner at Wednesday, January 8, 2020
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How to Find a Health Education Job: Career Advice from Professionals

One of the most common dilemmas heard from young professionals trying to enter the health education workforce is:   I can’t find a health education position without having experience… but I just graduated and I don’t have any!  It’s a typical catch-22. Employers want candidates with experience and a recent graduate can’t get that experience without a job first… or can they? Here are several powerful things to consider, whether you are... Read More
Posted by Jessica Wessner at Thursday, January 2, 2020
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