January 2018 Bulletin 
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Wishing You a Happy New Year!
After an incredible 2017 that included delivering presentations in 23 states — from Portland to Charleston (and everywhere in between); reviewing 245 resumes for job-seeking cancer survivors; distributing more than 72,600 publications nationwide to patients, caregivers, hospitals, employers and anyone touched by cancer; and reaching more than 475,000 people via and, we are excited to bring you even more in 2018!

CAC's mission to empower and educate people with cancer to thrive in their workplace has never been more necessary. Our goal every year is to bring you relevant 
— and free programs that make navigating employment and cancer easier. Thank YOU for being part of our community!

Since 2012, Cancer and Careers has brought 206 people from 47 states to New York City; now is your chance to be one of them! Travel scholarships are available for patients, survivors and healthcare professionals to attend our 8th Annual National Conference on Work & Cancer on June 22nd. For more info and to apply, click here.

Already in NYC? Register here and check out the 2017 sizzle reel (below) to get a sense of the day!


2017 was a big year for the Cancer and Career blog, including being named a top 10 cancer blog by Medical News Today!  Catch up on some of our favorite posts from last year: 
Check out all of our blog posts here.

Managing Finances, the first session of our 2018 Balancing Work & Cancer Webinar Series, takes place on Wednesday, January 10th, at 1:00 PM ET. Other upcoming sessions include:

Career Change
Wednesday, February 14th

Job Search
Wednesday, March 14th

Made possible in part by a grant from Genentech

On March 23rd, we will be hosting our 5th annual Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer, in Chicago. This FREE event is open to anyone touched by cancer and will explore the practical and legal issues around managing work after a cancer diagnosis. Register now or apply for a travel scholarship!

Gold: Genentech
Silver: QVC
Bronze: Workplace Transitions for People Touched by Cancer

*Complimentary CEUs are available for oncology nurses and social workers. For more information, click here.

Registration for our five-part Educational Series for Healthcare Pros is now open + free CEUs! 

Where to Start
Working Through Treatment
Taking Time Off
Returning to Work
Health Insurance Options

More info and registration here.

Made possible in part by a grant from the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
FOUNDING: Avon Breast Cancer Crusade | Genentech
PLATINUM:  Pfizer Oncology | P&G Beauty | QVC | Tweezerman
GOLD: Chanel, Inc. | The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. | Firmenich | L’Oréal USA | Shiseido Cosmetics America
SILVER: Allure | Cos Bar | Kaplow | Laura Geller New York | Luminess Air | Nordstrom | Seattle Genetics
| Sephora USA, Inc. | Target
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