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Tutoring

Job Skills

Becoming a Better You in the Workplace!                       

Instructor: K. Ford, MA, MAT, MDiv

Do you want to be a better you on your job and in your personal life? Join Kit as she helps you explore how your race, class and gender (social identity) impact your career, how to develop effective communication and trust building on your job, and practical insights on how to resolve conflict, transform and heal in community. Learn activities such as “Two Hands of Nonviolence” and “Pieces of the Truth” that you can share on your job and with family, school and community groups. Course includes student materials on the Social Identity Wheel, the Johari Window of Communication and the CLARA Process for Nonviolent Social Transformation.

3 Wednesdays         Nov. 5-Nov. 19                      6-8 p.m.
CRN 81813               Outreach-Rm. 204               Fee $68

 

Career Services

In this three-part FREE workshop series, explore what it takes to successfully re-enter the workforce, including transitioning into a new career field. Classes can be taken independently. Registration is required, as space is limited.

 

Re-entering the Work World

Instructors: M. Duhm/B. Storey

Did you take time off to raise your family? Perhaps you retired years ago and find yourself now looking to go back to work? Learn about the latest trends in the workforce and the guidelines you need to find work. Learn how to apply online, how to tailor your resume to apply your skills to future work, and what free resources are available in the community.

1 Thursday                Sept. 18                                 2-4 p.m.
CRN 81993               Outreach-Rm. 204               Fee FREE

 

Adult Career Transitions 101

Instructors: M. Duhm/B. Storey

Although not always by choice, many adults are presented with the challenge of changing jobs mid-career, often to a new career path altogether. We will look at the various trends of the job market, discuss the concept of transferable skills, and talk about strategies for job seeking and resources available to assist in creating a seamless transition.

1 Thursday                Sept. 25                                 2-4 p.m.
CRN 81994               Outreach-Rm. 204               Fee FREE

 

Out Interview the Interviewer

Instructors: M. Duhm/B. Storey

Interviews can be tough and nerve-wracking, but you CAN go in prepared. Learn the skills you need to keep calm and anticipate even the toughest interview questions. Master the art of answering, “Tell me about yourself,” and learn how to interview the interviewer with your own questions.

1 Thursday                Oct. 2                                      2-4 p.m.
CRN 81995               Outreach-Rm. 204               Fee FREE