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New Career Services in Marin

WHAT Is it time to take your Next Career Step? If you have been looking for a new career direction, wondering how to use your college major in a new way, or heading toward an empty nest, this workshop is for you. For the first time in Marin, three veteran career counselors are combining their expertise to offer this practical and supportive 5-hour workshop which will assess your skills, work style, and offer innovative strategies to enable a move toward a positive next career step. WHEN Saturday, June 22, 10:00am - 3:00pm WHERE Richardson Bay Audubon Center 376 Greenwood Beach Rd, Tiburon HOW For information or to register, call Joetta Scott at 415-717-9951 or email srubel@careerways.com. The cost is $95 and includes all materials. WHO Specializing in career and life transitions: Linda Lesem Also a career counselor at the Bay Area Career Center Suzanne Rubel Also a career counselor at the Bay Area Career Center and the Career and Personal Development Institute Joetta Scott Also a College and Career Counselor at the College of Marin WHY The Bay Area job market is getting increasingly competitive, and job seekers face stiff competition for each opening. “When in unchartered employment territory, both a map and a guide can help individuals who want to plan new career paths navigate successfully," says Suzanne Rubel of the Career and Personal Development Institute in San Francisco. The newly founded Marin Career Services will deliver a full range of career programs which have previously not been offered in Marin. “We want to help people consider the many ways their current job skills are transferable to other careers and new emerging fields,” says Joetta Scott. The workshop is designed for a small group, so that each participant will receive the professional support they need to take a successful next step

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