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  • Join our LinkedIn Group!


    Join by July 1, 2014 and be entered to win a $100 Amazon Gift Card!

  • 4 Tips to Start Training


    If you've signed up for a Mudderella (official supporting sponsor of Mom Corps YOU), you're already working toward a new, exciting goal. Starting your training is often the hardest part, but here are 4 steps to get off on the right track.

  • Join Us for MomFair - A Job Fair and Conference


    Mom Corps has teamed up with TheMomFair and MomAngeles to host an inspirational morning for moms who are interested in launching their own business, finding work from home opportunities or jump starting their career.

  • Celebrating National Military Appreciation Month


    May is National Military Appreciation Month, and Mom Corps is excited to participate in the efforts to support military families. With Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 9th, we are commitment to keeping military spouses in the workplace through our Mom Corps YOU Military Spouse Scholarship Program. If you're interested in receiving an annual Mom Corps YOU Scholarship, please email us at

  • Own Your Strong, Own Your Future


    Mom Corps YOU supporting sponsor Mudderella is committed to giving women a great experience at its events and is a proud supporter of Futures Without Violence (FWV), a national non-profit dedicated to preventing domestic violence and supporting those who have been affected.

  • Working Families for a 21st Century Workplace


    This spring, the White House, the Department of Labor and the Center for American Progress will host a Summit on Working Families to focus on creating a 21st century workplace that works for all Americans.

  • Mom Corps Partners with California Women's Conference

    California Women's Conference

    We are proud to be a Strategic Partner of the California Women's Conference, to be held in Long Beach, Calif., May 19-20, 2014. Designed to empower women and provide resources in every aspect of their lives, the conference offers its attendees inspiration, resources and connections to take the next step in business, personal development, health and wellness, or philanthropic endeavors.

  • 5 Reasons Working Moms Should Support "1 Million for Work Flexibility"


    Working mothers are acutely aware of the need for more flexible work options. Some employers only pay lip-service to the idea of flexible work options, while others have invested wholeheartedly in flexibility. Because of this variability, a new initiative has launched to bring together supporters of work flexibility.

  • Is There a Connection Between Cleaning and Well-being?

    Maid Brigade

    Mom Corps YOU Supporting Sponsor Maid Brigade believes that there is a connection between a clean and healthy environment and overall well-being. Help them explore this connection by taking a short survey.

  • Mom Corps is Heading to Mudderella!

    Mudderella teams

    Mom Corps is heading to Mudderella, official supporting sponsor of Mom Corps YOU, this year, and we couldn't be more excited to have you join us!

  • Enter to Win an Annual Subscription to Mom Corps YOU

    Win a subscription to Mom Corps YOU

    Enter our contest to WIN a FREE subscription to Mom Corps YOU - a $149 value! It's simple..(...) just visit our Facebook page and tell us whose career you admire the most and why. We will announce the winner at 5pm EST on Friday February 21.

  • It's time to take care of YOU!


    For years, we've heard from our candidates that they are looking for the solution to this work/life mess but just don't know how to make it work. We decided that we needed to not just find the jobs for our "moms" but we needed to give them what they need to make this whole work thing work!

  • Help Us Address Today's Skills Gap


    A new study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development confirms that the United States is facing a skills gap when compared with the labor force of other countries. Our literacy and problem solving skills ranked average, at best, and only two countries of the 22 studied performed worse than the U.S. when it came to math skills.

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