To earn the CEIC, career professionals have completed a rigorous 18-module course program to master all areas of interview planning, preparation, answering questions, dealing with difficult and illegal questions, employment tests, interview follow up, and salary negotation.
The following 41 professionals have met these qualifications*. They are listed in alphabetical order, and thus by no preference:
Amy Adler – Five Strengths Career Transition Experts
Laurie Berenson – Sterling Career Concepts, LLC
Rebecca Bosl – Dream Life Team
Jennifer Bradley – JBradley & Associates
Veronica Byers-Harms – VB Direct Strategies
Maria Caraballo – Career Branding Inc
Paula Christensen – Strategic Career Coaches
Angel D’Antonio – Keywords Resumes
Darlene Dassy – Dynamic Résumé Solutions
Laura DeCarlo – Career Directors International
Patricia Duckers – CareerPro Global Inc.
Dayna Feist – Gatehouse Business Services
Jennifer Fishberg – Career Karma
Lisa Fleek – Wounded Warrior Battalion
Nelly Grinfeld – Top of the Stack Resume
Marylee Hale – Quantum Career Solutions
Billie Parker Jordan – Advantage Resumes and Career Services
Heather Krasna – Columbia University MSPH/OCS
Michelle Lopez – One2One Resumes
Christina Miguez, Scrifter, LLC
Sari Neudorf – SDN Consulting
Jonathan Nugent – All★Star Career Services
Catherine Palmiere – Adam Personnel, Inc.
Audrey Prenzel (Field) – Resume Resources
Anita Radosevich – Career Ladders Inc
Annette Richmond – career-intelligence Resume Writing & Career Service
Michelle A. Riklan – Riklan Resources
Patti Rock – Hoff Resumes & Career Counseling Services
Nancy Segal – Solutions for the Workplace, LLC
Betsy Shepard Reed – BSR Career Development
Carolyn Smith – CarolynSmith.com.au
Ruth Sternberg – The Entrepreneurial Jobsearch
Ellen Steverson – StartingBlock Career Services, LLC
Kara Varner – A Platinum Resume
Carolyn Whitfield, Total Resumes
LaTonya Williams – CareerForce Dynamics, LLC
Lucie Yeomans – Sick Resumes / Careerally
* Others claiming the CEIC may have forfeited their right to the credential due to not maintaining continuing education requirements. Or, they may simply be falsely claiming the credential. Do note that the list will change as new members earn the credential, so it is always a good idea to search again using CDI’s Find a Career Professional database.
Hiring a career service provider: A coach designation or certification is just one of the criteria you should consider when selecting the best match for you. We recommend you take a few moments to learn more about selecting a company at CDI’s How to Select a Career Service Provider page.