National Career and Tech Ed Office Supports Danny Rubin’s Book, “Wait, How Do I Write This Email?”
I’m thrilled to announce that the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) has formally supported my book, Wait, How Do I Write This Email?, and plans to recommend it to Career and Technical Education (CTE) faculty at secondary schools and adult learning programs nationwide.
ACTE is the largest national education association that prepares youth and adults for careers. The association has 24,000 members who work in settings like high schools, community colleges, prison programs, workforce development and other places where people need training to apply for and land jobs.
The ACTE team believes my book, a collection of 100+ templates for networking, the job search and LinkedIn, complements ACTE’s educational curriculum because it equips students with writing and interpersonal skills in the business world.
To spread the word in the national CTE community, I plan to address several state CTE educator conferences in summer 2017. I will discuss my book and my innovative techniques to help people write well and open doors to career opportunities.
Thank you to Michael Connet and the entire ACTE team for your belief in my book and the lessons it teaches. I’m excited to start on the partnership!
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