How to Write a Resume and Cover Letter for a Job with Monique Mitchell
Tosh Base with Shantol McIntosh
Today's guest is Monique Mitchell. She is an Author, Activist, and Entrepreneur. She specializes in writing letters, emails, essays and speeches, scripts, and other content. She shared several Do's and Dont's of resume writing/cover letter and tips to consider when applying for a job. Your resume and cover letter must be precise and highlight your top skills! Listen to hear more!Enjoy episode 24, and be inspired to love and share your story today! You can connect with me on Instagram and Facebook @toshbasepodcast or email me at email@example.com. Remember to share, rate, and subscribe. Tosh Base Jingle and Stinger by @oshanemais on Instagram.Contact Michelle Series via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a WhatsApp Message to 876-497-6581Cheers!
Ep129 Monique Mitchell – Writing In A Way That Touches Others
Advance Your Art: From Artist to Creative Entrepreneur
MEET MONIQUE MITCHELL: Monique Mitchell was born on the 14th of December, 1991 within a middle-class family on the small Island of Jamaica. She attended the Airy Castle Primary school then off to Morant Bay High where she has gained her high school diploma. She then continued her education at a few colleges and then continued, where she hopes to gain her bachelor’s in the field of Social Work. Monique has been a writer all her life, her expressive being evolves mostly between pen and paper as words. Even though this is her first published work, she has written many poetic and narrative pieces. She is a great motivational speaker and an ideal caregiver, her passion lies way above just being a Social Worker. She writes with the objective that her work will inspire, impact, motivate or help someone in whatever area of life they find themselves.EXTRAS:The Skeletons of Samantha?s Closet: Are they sweet Sex Unto Man or Sweet Savour unto Godhttps://www.facebook.com/sexy.moniquemSUPPORT THE PODCAST AND GET GREAT CBD OIL! If you’re looking for a high-quality CBD Oil click on the link and try out zilis. I’ve been using them for a few weeks and I’m sleeping better and have less joint pain.Zilis CBD OilThis podcast is brought to you by Audible. I have used Audible for years, and I love audiobooks. Click on the link to get a 30-day free trial, complete with a credit for a free audiobook download Audible.comThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
AME Radio Show - Laurie McGuiness & Monique Mitchell
AME Radio Show
Laurie McGuiness - Laurie is the director and producer of a documentary called "Funny Tweets". This film features extremely talented people that got their big break from posting nothing more than funny tweets on Twitter. We've seen this happen to musicians on YouTube, well Twitter just threw their towel in the mix. We discuss this and his vision for the film in this fascinating interview.Monique Mitchell - Monique is an author who penned her first published novel "The Skeletons of Samantha's Closet". She comes from Jamaica where reading isn't as popular as it is here in the US and she hopes to change that. We talk to her about her passion for writing, the inspiration for this book and dive deep into the creative mind of Monique.
Barry and Lucas are joined by writer, community organizer, and youth mentor Monique Mitchell, who doesn’t get high but laughs at the guys while they do. They talk about Monique’s incredible work bringing literacy to LA youth with the organization Get Lit, and Monique teaches the guys about different types of poetry. Lucas gets trapped in an On This Day loop, Barry has some good news about coral reefs, and Monique has to make a tough choice during the Eat The Food segment.Check out Get Lit: http://getlit.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
S02.4: Get Lit Poets: Monique Mitchell and Vanessa Tahay: Peace and Power through the Spoken Word
Last Cut Conversations with Samantha Paige
Get Lit Poets Monique Mitchell and Vanessa Tahay bravely and vulnerably share how reading, writing and speaking poetry has paved a path to freedom and happiness in their lives. In this raw and moving conversation, these two powerful women detail where they came from and the ways in which they have used their art and voice to cultivate freedom, self love, empowerment and joy from pain and hardship. Mitchell, a Get Lit graduate and now Get Lit Education Coordinator, and Tahay, a recent Cleveland High graduate and 2017 Classic Slam winner, hold nothing back and boldly recite their own original poetry. Their raw eloquence and strength give me hope for the future. For more on Get Lit, please visit getlit.org or @getlitpoet on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. For more on Monique Mitchell, please visit www.mnqmtchll.com or @mnqmtchll on Instagram and Twitter. For more on Vanessa Tahay, please visit @vanessa_tahay on Instagram and Twitter, or Vanessa Tahay on Facebook.. Get Lit was founded by Diane Luby Lane in 2006 in Los Angeles. It started in two high schools, Fairfax & Walt Whitman, and now offers its program in almost 100! Get Lit-Words Ignite fuses classic and spoken word poetry to increase teen literacy and cultivate enthusiastic learners emboldened to inspire social consciousness in diverse communities.