It happens to all of us at some point in our careers. We start out loving our job and then over time we stop learning new things, we stop being challenged and we get bored. We begin to ask ourselves, “where do I go from here?” or “what job would I enjoy?”.
At the Innovation Center, we started talking about how we landed the jobs we have and how sometimes we are not sure what to do next, this got us thinking maybe other people feel the same way. May be other people in our community or in the region are considering their next career move but are not sure how to land the job of their dreams. From this small conversation we created the Richmond Can Career Series! We wanted ideas on how to take our passions and turn them into a career. We wanted to hear from the people that look at resumes every day to tell us what we should put on our resume. And of course, we wanted the inside scoop on how to survive the interview process. So, we started to searching for experts and we found them!
Through an engaging workshop series, this UEA-sponsored program, is targeted to build career skills to help you apply for and get the job you want. This is a 3-part 1 hour series in August, September and October. If you are ready to take charge of your career register for all three of these FREE events. Visit https://richmondinnovates.com/richmondcan2018/ to register today, seats will fill up quickly. Make 2019 the year you land the job you have always wanted!
Mon, August 27: CAREER PIVOT: HOW TO BUILD A WINNING CAREER PLAN
Julia Kratz, Leadership Trainer and Author
Mon, September 24: ATTRACTING AND RETAINING TOP TALENT: HR FOR TODAY
Roundtable with HR Leaders Facilitated by Lauralee Hites, Strategist and Consultant
Mon, October 22: GETTING THE JOB: RESUMES & INTERVIEWS
Brittany Sawyer, Business Development Manager, Elwood Staffing
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Richmond Parks and Recreation Covid-19 Response
Richmond Parks and Recreation Department to Host Public Workshop to Gain Input on the City’s Parks
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