Natasha D. (Bivocational Theolgian)

  • Packard taught me to use my knowledge and skills in grant writing to support and sustain my work in advocacy.

Marcy T. (MDiv. Graduate Seeking Chaplaincy Position)

  • After being told by the VA, they had no openings and to check out their website for future postings, Packard coached me in the strategy and tactics of "direct outreach" that resulted in them calling me in for an interview and then extending to me a job offer. 

Laurin A. (A Surprise from her Revised Resume)

  • Sent out resumes for 6 months with no response. Packard helped me change my resume and I received 3 interview invitations the first week I sent it out. I was amazed.

William S. (Member Seminary Board of Directors

  • I hear nothing but glowing reports about you and your assistance...The students think you are great. 

Kim H. (Uncovered Unknown Job Opportunity)

  • The other day I set up a meeting to discuss a project with a local pastor and I discovered that the church had a need for someone with my skills and experience.  I had my resume on-hand and using the funnel conversation he coached me on, was able to mention my background and how I might be of assistance . We began to talk about creating a new role for me at the church. Thanks to Packard I believe there's a much better chance that I'll be working in a capacity that both pays my bills and feeds my soul.  

Stacey S. ( Several Interviewing Successes)

  • I really appreciate what I learned from Packard about how to interview well. I got both jobs that I interviewed for in the past 6 months and these were the best interviews I have ever done. My home church asked me if I would consider interviewing for a Director of Nurture (Congregational Care) job. It really was my dream job. An hour after they interviewed me they called and offered me the job. I'm grateful for his wisdom.