Career Change 101
Workshop at a glance
Date: Thursday, July 14
Location: Hawthorne Library, 2707 E Washington Ave, Madison
Considering a new career but feeling overwhelmed and confused about how to get started? Get the process moving at this orientation workshop where you will learn about:
- the career planning process
- local and online resources available to you
- clarifying a path to a more fulfilling career
- taking your career in a new direction
Note: The focus of this workshop is not job-search related.
Who should attend?
Are you looking for specific ideas and steps to take to get the career change process started? Wondering about what resources are available and how to use them effectively? This is the workshop for you!
After attending this workshop you will have a better understanding of effective career planning steps, and what resources are best for you.
About the facilitators
Career Change 101 is facilitated by experienced, caring career counselors from Adult Career and Special Student Services. We look forward to helping adults seeking a more fulfilling work life.
What past participants have said
"The workshop helped me realize I'm not alone and now I have resources to help me."
"The presenter is very positive and upbeat. She is good at using humor to diffuse the stress of career planning."
"I learned that career planning is a process - lots of options and opportunities."
"I am motivated now to make change, thoughtfully and patiently."
Parking: Free parking at the library.
Correspondence about this workshop: Correspondence about this workshop will come from Adult Career and Special Student Services, 608-263-6960.
Miscellaneous: Casual and comfortable dress is appropriate. Be prepared for fluctuating temperatures in the meeting room. A sweater or jacket may be desirable.