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C.H. McNeil

Career Development
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The CHBM Services LLC body of businesses & products are dedicated to reducing poverty among single parent homes by providing reduced cost services to individuals and entities requiring Career Development Support. 

CHBM Services is an independent career development consultancy that specializes in providing affordable LinkedIn profile creation and coaching.

In April 2017 CHBM Services branched into publishing; it’s Founder – President, C.H. McNeil completed her first text in a series of 31 Day Affirmations dedicated to Single Mothers entitled, A Mother’s Love: 31 Days of Affirmations for Single Mothers. August 23rd, 2019, she published her second short read dedicated to both parents, Parenting is a LOVE-HATE relationship; 7 ways to keep your sanity while being a GREAT leader in your home.

Marrying her Career Development and Parenting expertise, in March 2018, she launched CHBM Services Development Programming L3C. 

CHBM Services Development Programming L3C, develops the single mother aged 18 –40 through free workshops focused on job application completion, resume creation, interviewing and follow up. 

Through its social media presence and community partnership it operates a newly formed Facebook group, Single Mother's navigating Parenting | Careers | Entrepreneurship INC dedicated to sharing free 30 minute FB Lives centered on entitled related resources for women. Find out more about this mission on the SMNCPEINC webpage. 

CHBM Services Development Programming L3C is also one of 400 online communities selected from an applicant pool of 7,000 to participate in the 2019 Facebook Communities Summit.

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