Career Reinvention Workshops
March 9, 2013
A national leader in career education, Stevenson is committed to helping its adult students succeed in diverse fields highly sought out by today’s employers. Whether you study onsite or online, you’ll now get the extra support of our dedicated Career Advisor and free* Career Reinvention Workshops. Stevenson has recently surveyed students and graduates to help determine which career topics are most valuable as they seek to advance their careers. The new series covers topics such as resume preparation for online applications, interview and job search skills, and more.
For more information please contact GPS Career Counselor, Barry Dunkin at 443-352-4088 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or register below for this event.
- Personality, Passion, and Your Profession- Saturday, March 9, 2013 – 9 am to 11 am (on-site) – Garrison Hall, Room 103 . What truly motivates you to work? Learn how matching your personality and values with your profession can energize you and help you to become more passionate about your work. The program will present the basic Myers Briggs® personality types as they relate to career choice and help you to clarify your values. Alignment of these personal characteristics with work releases more creativity, generates more enthusiasm and creates more commitment.
* If you are a current student or alumni of the University, these Career Workshops are free of charge. If you are not a student of the University, there will be a fee associated with the Workshops.