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Andrew Klarman


Role and Company

Operations Associate, American Corporate Partners (ACP)


1 years experience in nonprofit


New York, NY

About Andrew

Thank you for your service! I am currently an Operations Associate at American Corporate Partners (ACP). At ACP, I focus on providing assistance to multiple mentorships across the country to ensure they run smoothly and enable exemplary career development for veterans.

I previously graduated from Middlebury College in May of 2017 with a degree in Political Science. I'm looking forward to providing assistance and answering any questions you have.

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Andrew's Recent Answers

2 months ago

Job hunting help

Daniel, Thanks for using AdvisorNet and posting a question. How is your network? You're more likely to get an opportunity...

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2 months ago

What's the best way to meet people in your career field outside the military?

Hi Shamadavid, Thank you for using ACP AdvisorNet! First, I encourage you to try using the Community tab at the...

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2 months ago

Resume review for (financial services) relationship manager/business development manager

Hi Cody, Thanks for the question! My main recommendation right now is to use AdvisorNet's "Community" feature and try to...

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6 months ago

Looking for new start

Michael, Thanks for posting a question on ACP AdvisorNet! I'd recommend you sign up for our main mentoring program and...

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8 months ago

How long is a resume supposed to be? Is there a limit to the number of pages?

Hi Erik, Thanks for asking this question! I found an article that you might find helpful:

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