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Your Side Hustle as a Career Advantage

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Anonymous MemberWed November 02, 2022 09:23 AM

  • 1.  Your Side Hustle as a Career Advantage

    Posted Tue November 01, 2022 09:42 AM
    How many side hustles do you have? This should be a fun discussion.

    Next up in our GW Publishing CareerBuilder series:
    Your Side Hustle as a Career Advantage
    Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST

    Is your "side hustle" a career advantage, an extra source of income, a passion project, or a future full-time business or career? Perhaps all of the above?

    Michael Seidlinger developed his passion for writing while working for Melville House Books, Electric Literature, Publisher's Weekly, and others, into a full-time writing career, including his acclaimed novel Anybody Home? and the forthcoming Deal of The Day.

    Andrea DeWerd recently left HarperCollins to turn her freelance marketing side hustle into a full-time book marketing and consulting agency, while still working on other side projects.

    Casey and Amber Aimer, both current GW Publishing students working in scholarly publishing, are publishers of an online literary magazine, Radon journal.
    Join us for a stimulating discussion of the side hustle as an advantage in your publishing career. Our panelists will share their personal experiences in developing and maintaining a side hustle into a successful venture or a full time career.
    Moderated by Nicole Mintz, ICF PCC and John W. Warren

    RSVP (free, and open to all, as always):

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    Send me an email at if you have ideas for future Publishing CareerBuilder discussions.

    John Warren
    Director and Associate Professor, MPS in Publishing
    George Washington University
    Alexandria VA

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