Rio's Career Change Webinar Series Returns This Fall


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Thursday, August 17, 2023
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Rio's Counseling Services | Rio Salado College is excited to offer our Career Change Series, "4 Steps to a Meaningful New Career" this fall.

Don’t just get “a” job. Participating in our workshop series can help you:

  • Gain confidence as a job seeker,
  • Learn how to find a career you’re passionate about,
  • Apply your brand and job searching skills to find an employer who recognizes your value, and
  • Negotiate a salary that reflects your skills, experience, and education.

Those who register in advance will receive reminder emails and access to the recordings. Register today! 

It's most helpful for participants to start the series with our first session on Personal Branding on September 12. Participants who attend this session learn how to create and manage their personal brand so that they can search for jobs, create a resume and cover letter, and interview more efficiently and confidently. 

What: The four primary workshops include Personal Branding, Effective Job Searching Strategies, Resumes & Cover Letters, and Interview with Confidence. Bonus workshops include LinkedIn Dos and Don’ts, Networking 101, and Workplace Professionalism. All workshops are offered via Webex and feature employers and community partners as co-hosts.

When: Workshops are live on Tuesdays from 1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. AZ time. The individual dates for the primary workshops are as follows: Personal Branding (September 12), Effective Job Searching Strategies (September 19), Resume & Cover Letters (September 26), and Interview With Confidence (October 3). For the bonus workshops: LinkedIn Dos and Don'ts (October 10), Networking 101 (October 17), and Workplace Professionalism (October 24).

Why: Students who engage in Career Services prior to graduation are more likely to see the value of their education and secure a new career sooner than those who do not engage in career services.

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