Franklin Senior Center, 10 Daniel McCahill St.Phone: 508-520-4945
Friday, October 11 9:00 – 11:00 AM
Doors open at 8:30 AM for networking!
Facilitator: Edward Lawrence; Career Coach
Co-facilitator: Erin Rogers; Social Services Coordinator
We start by addressing the issue of values. What are they and why do they matter during the job-search? You’ll learn how values shape your areas of long-term interest and satisfaction. They define what’s really important to you in your next role. Only after you know your values is it worth identifying your marketable and transferable core competencies.
Next we will guide you through a self-assessment process to help you define your behavioral preferences and personality type.
Knowing yourself--your values and preferences--will help you determine realistic career goals in terms of job options, industries, compensation and other key job search parameters.
This is your first step in mastering the 21st century job-search in the world of Millennials.
Pre-Registration is Required: www.mcoaonline.com/50plusregistration
For additional information about this program, please contact Erin Rogers; Social Services Coordinator, Franklin Senior Center; https://www.franklinma.gov/user/52/contact
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