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Financial Foundation & Career Mixer

Financial Foundation & Career Mixer
Event on 2018-09-15 09:00:00
MASTER YOUR MONEY TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM. ENJOY & NETWORK WITH POWERFUL, SUCCESSFUL & WEALTHY INDIVIDUALS AT THE LIFE CHANGING EVENT.  Learn to be your own Money Manager: no one cares more about your money than you!! Our goal is to move people from financial insecurity to financial security. Knowledge is Power, we believe financial education will empower you to have a better future. It is ironic that we live in one of the wealthiest countries in the world, but we have many money problems. We work hard but retire poor. Debt becomes a way of life ~~~~~~~ Let us help you feel prepared!! In order to be in control of your finances you need to understand how money works. 2 in 3 people have no idea how to know anything about how money works. How can you win a game if you don't understand? ~~~~~~~~~ – Is money controlling you or do you control the money? -If you receive a lump sum of money would you know what to do with it? – Do you have 401k accounts but do not understand how to read your statements? -Do you have any money saved in Tax Free accounts? -Do you feel prepared for retirement? & Do you know how much money you need to retire? Our workshops will teach you how to be your own Money Manager with the Financial Foundation Education Program you will learn how to: Make money work better for you Find and save more money Understand investments and build wealth Protect and preserve your money

at SaiDar
21660 Copley Drive , #308
Diamond Bar, United StatesSaiDar

SOUTH BAY: Gals Starting Over Fall Career Workshop

SOUTH BAY: Gals Starting Over Fall Career Workshop
Event on 2018-09-22 09:00:00
Gals Starting Over Fall Workshop SOUTH BAY Introduction:  August 28th (Tuesday) at 7PM  Free Career Workshop:   September 8th, 15th & 22nd (9am start time)   “GSO came into my life at the perfect time. The program is clear, precise and motivating. The caliber of coaches is stellar, not to mention the sparks that fly when gals starting over support each other. This organization is relatively new; however, it's scope will definitely impact many women and families in the South Bay in the years to come. This program has breathed life into my fledgling business. I plan on continuing to take the necessary action to bring my special skills to as many as people as possible. Thank you GSO for putting together a template for guaranteed success. God blessGals Starting Over.” –Workshop Participant WHAT IS GSO? Gals Starting Over is a career skills and leadership development program. We are a community of women who will help you rekindle your dreams, repackage your talents and regain your footing in today’s modern workplace. Women from all backgrounds find support in GSO as they build skills and confidence through:• Career workshops and one-on-one coaching to update job search skills• Seasonal information and networking meetings• Additional free career coaching• Skills development in leadership roles and work experience in a GSO group IMPACT  According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (2012) and the Progress of the World’s Women report (2015/16), when women work, economies grow! When you get back on your feet and into a better situation, it benefits you, your family and the community where you live. WHYSometime in our lives, many of us find ourselves starting over. After realizing we’ll be raising a child alone. After facing a difficult divorce or the sudden death of a partner. After recovering from an accident, addiction, or tragedy. Even after returning from war. In each case, we find help with step 1: recovering from the challenging event. But we seldom find help with step 2: finding our way back into the workplace. By reentering the workplace, we can regain our power to earn and rekindle our dreams for the future. OUR STORY  Gals Starting Over was started on the heels of such a story. After 25 years of marriage, our founder Holly Richards failed “to get the memo” that her marriage was done and now she was on her own. Fortunately for Holly, she was able to surround herself with a strong support group who led her through the rough waters of change. But it took a village to get all her skills and abilities back on track. Holly founded Gals Starting Over so that there was a program for other women to get their skills back on track and a place to go to find the helping hands of coaches and experts to navigate the new world we live in when it comes to finding a job or career.  www.GalsStartingOver.org “Seeing any kind of progress motivates me to continue coaching…..I saw one of our participants get a job that allowed her to organize a food distribution to needy families in the area as a function of her new position. A few of us from the program plus our Pastor went to help and were amazed at her ability to supervise the set-up and distribution for so many. We served over 100 families. It was a very successful event. They even had a nutritional portion to help families learn what was best to eat. We had an opportunity to hand out food, give them nutritional information and talk to the families. ” –Workshop Coach For information or to reserve your seat:, Main Number: (424) 225–1272 Info@galsstartingover.org Gals Starting OverCommunity Coordinator:  Ginger Collier (310) 569-8639 GalsStartingOverCC@gmail.com 

at St Andrews Church
301 Avenue D
Redondo Beach, United StatesSt Andrews Church

Financial Foundation & Career Mixer

Financial Foundation & Career Mixer
Event on 2018-06-09 09:00:00
MASTER YOUR MONEY TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM. ENJOY & NETWORK WITH POWERFUL, SUCCESSFUL & WEALTHY INDIVIDUALS AT THE LIFE CHANGING EVENT.  Learn to be your own Money Manager: no one cares more about your money than you!! Our goal is to move people from financial insecurity to financial security. Knowledge is Power, we believe financial education will empower you to have a better future. It is ironic that we live in one of the wealthiest countries in the world, but we have many money problems. We work hard but retire poor. Debt becomes a way of life ~~~~~~~ Let us help you feel prepared!! In order to be in control of your finances you need to understand how money works. 2 in 3 people have no idea how to know anything about how money works. How can you win a game if you don't understand? ~~~~~~~~~ – Is money controlling you or do you control the money? -If you receive a lump sum of money would you know what to do with it? – Do you have 401k accounts but do not understand how to read your statements? -Do you have any money saved in Tax Free accounts? -Do you feel prepared for retirement? & Do you know how much money you need to retire? Our workshops will teach you how to be your own Money Manager with the Financial Foundation Education Program you will learn how to: Make money work better for you Find and save more money Understand investments and build wealth Protect and preserve your money

at SaiDar
21660 Copley Drive , #308
Diamond Bar, United StatesSaiDar

2016 Career and Internship Expo

2016 Career and Internship Expo
Event on 2016-02-11 10:00:00
2016 CAREER and INTERNSHIP EXPO Hosted by the Nevada Career Studio, The University’s Central Career Services Office University of Nevada, Reno Reserve Your Table Today! Are you hiring for full-time positions?  Are you looking for students for internships or summer seasonal positions? Don't miss this opportunity to recruit talented and hard-working students at the University of Nevada. Previously titled the Summer Job & Internship Expo, we’ve expanded our Spring fair to focus on full-time employment opportunities in advance of graduation. Save time and reduce your recruitment costs by connecting with talented students and upcoming graduates from all academic programs. Build brand recognition, establish relationships with student leaders, faculty, and other college administrators, and gain word-of-mouth referrals for your organization. Deadline for registration is February 5, 2016. Registration fees The cost of registration for off-campus employers is for government/ non-profit organizations and 0 for for-profit companies. Each registration covers two representatives. Additional representatives may be added for each. Your table registration includes: One 6' x 9' space to contain table, chairs and any display materials One 3' x 6' table One parking permit Two chairs Two box lunches (choice of turkey or vegetarian) Table signage summarizing your business and open positions   The University of Nevada The University of Nevada, Reno is the state's premier institution of higher learning and is ranked a Tier 1 university by U.S. News and World Report. This distinction is based on the quality of our students, faculty, research activity, and degree programs. With over 200 degree programs and over 20,000 students from around the globe, recruiting at the University of Nevada offers immense potential for hiring qualified, diverse candidates. The Area The University of Nevada is located just a few blocks north of downtown Reno, in beautiful Northern Nevada. We are less than an hour away from Lake Tahoe, less than 4 hours away from San Francisco, and only 30 minutes from the California border. Our team can assist with great recommendations on outdoor and recreational activities in our area. Questions? Contact Elizabeth Loun, Internship & Employer Relations Coordinator, (775) 682-7114. Policies REFUNDS The last day to request a refund will be February 5, 2016. Requests for refunds must be sent by email to nvcareerstudio@unr.edu. LATE ARRIVALS Call us at (775) 682-7114 if you know you will arrive late to the event. Unless we have been notified of your late arrival, we will release your table to the first walk-in registrant at 10:30 a.m. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action in recruitment of its students and alumni and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. The University of Nevada, Reno cannot promote employment or internship opportunities offered by companies or organizations that do not adhere to the previous statement.  

at University of Nevada, Reno
1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, United StatesUniversity of Nevada, Renoэкономист аналитик

How To Pass Your Cima Exams In 2 Years And Fast-forward Your Career

How To Pass Your Cima Exams In 2 Years And Fast-forward Your Career
How To Pass Your Cima Exams In 2 Years And Fast-forward Your Career
Learn How To Build A Success Mindset To Pass Your Accounting And Finance Exams (cima, Acca, Aca, Cfa). Build A Motivational Framework. Get Career Tips And Advice From Experts In Financial Services.
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Career Search Mastery Workshop (Bellevue, WA)

Career Search Mastery Workshop (Bellevue, WA)
Event on 2015-06-23 15:30:00
Are you looking for jobs online with little to no success? Are you wondering why recruiters aren't responding to your application? In this advanced workshop, we’ll teach you the proven job-seeking techniques that thousands of our clients have used to quickly find the perfect position. We will discuss: How to engage any company/agency recruiter to get the real details of the job description The latest research-based techniques of applying online that generate actual interviews How to develop a list of target companies that are aligned with your values, short & long-term career goals How to develop a list of decision makers and techniques to get meetings with them Strategies to position you as the perfect candidate for the job   Audience Typical attendees are mid-career professionals or executives considering a transition and attracted to cutting edge job search strategies that actually produce results. Professions are in a wide range such as law and accounting, finance, science, health care, information technology, software engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing, technical writing, operations, and project management. Meet Paul Anderson Paul Anderson is a nationally recognized speaker on career transformation and also the TV Co-Host of the weekly show “How to Get a Job in Seattle,” aired on Comcast. Paul has formally written career columns for The Seattle Times' NWjobs, ABC’s KOMO 4 News, and CW's The Daily Buzz. Anderson has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Business Week, USA Today, The Seattle Times, and seen on the ABC, FOX, and NBC networks. Directions and Parking Parking is free at the City University of Seattle's Bellevue Campus. From I-405 Southbound: Take exit 13B for NE 8th St. East.  Turn right on 120th Ave. NE.  150 120th Ave. NE is an office building on the Left and free parking is behind the building.  CityU is in Suite 100.   From I-405 Northbound: Take exit 12 for SE 8th St./116th Ave. NE exit.  Keep to the left and take the ramp to 116th Ave. NE and turn left.  Take right onto SE 1st St Proceed up the hill around a couple bends in the road and it will become 120th Ave. NE.  150 120th Ave. NE is an office building on the Right and free parking is behind the building.  CityU is in Suite 100.

at KDC Seattle (Bellevue)
150 120th Ave NE
Bellevue, United StatesKDC Seattle (Bellevue)отзывы wobs

National Student Survey Reveals Most Popular Career Industries and Other Trends Among the Graduating College Class of 2015


Hoboken, N.J. (PRWEB) May 06, 2015

Healthcare, business and financial services, and education are among the most popular career choices for 2015 college graduates according to a new survey from The National Society of Leadership and Success. The survey results, which also highlight student sentiment regarding the current job market and career and life plans following graduation, are included in an infographic available for download at http://bit.ly/gradinfographic.

The web-based graduation survey was open to members of the National Society of Leadership and Success across 470 colleges and universities nationwide. More than 5,600 traditional (those between the ages of 18 to 24) and non-traditional students (those who started or returned to school at or after age 25) responded. All participants will receive either an Associate or Bachelor degree in 2015.

More students plan to pursue jobs in healthcare

Nearly 29 percent of soon-to-be graduates said they plan to pursue a career in healthcare, which includes jobs in general health and wellness, medicine, nursing, and behavioral studies such as psychology, following graduation. Healthcare ranked as the number one career choice for female graduates.

Business and financial services was the second most popular career choice among all survey respondents and the most popular choice among male graduates. Careers in education, the military and law/law enforcement, and communications, which included careers in public relations, marketing, and media, ranked third through fifth respectively.

“It was interesting to find such high interest in healthcare careers among this year’s graduates,” said Charles Knippen, president of the National Society of Leadership and Success. “Recent reports show that there’s high demand for physical therapists, nurses, pharmacy assistants, and related careers. This intersection between industry demand and student interest is a positive indicator for students looking to land their first healthcare-related job after college.”

Graduates feel optimistic, confident and well prepared

Majority of 2015 college graduates — 68 percent — said they feel optimistic about the current job market. Men tended to be more optimistic than women (70 percent of men selected either “highly” or “somewhat optimistic” compared 68 percent of women.

When asked about succeeding after college, 85 percent of graduates said they feel adequately prepared. This general sense of preparedness was shared equally among male and female graduates — 87 percent of men and 86 percent of women reporting feeling “highly” or “somewhat prepared” for success after graduation.

“I’m glad to see such confidence among 2015 graduates,” said Knippen. ”Society members have access to a number of personal and professional development resources, including an online interview series, success coaching, and leadership training that help boost confidence and get them prepared for life after college. I think it’s these resources and the strengthened soft skills that students gain by participating that have contributed to the sense of preparedness among this year’s graduates.”

Few students line up jobs in advance of graduation.

Only 18 percent of survey participants have a job secured before they graduate. Most — 40 percent — will begin their job search after leaving school.

While the Millennial Generation is typically characterized as being more entrepreneurial and socially conscious than previous generations, only 2 percent of survey respondents plan to start their own business or engage in philanthropic or volunteer activities after graduation. Twenty-three percent will go on to pursue an advanced degree immediately following their undergraduate studies.

Few students plan to move home following graduation

Four percent of survey participants are planning to move home with their parents after receiving their college degree. Forty-five percent of graduates intend to seek career opportunities in the city where they went to school and 17 percent plan to relocate. Of those that plan to relocate, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, New York and Houston rank among the top most attractive U.S. cities.

Additional survey data and details are included in The National Society of Leadership and Success Graduating Class of 2015: A Snapshot infographic available for download at http://bit.ly/gradinfographic.

For more information about the Society, visit http://www.societyleadership.org.

About The National Society of Leadership and Success

The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. It was founded in 2001 to build a community of like-minded success oriented leaders who come together to help one another succeed. The Society offers interactive broadcasts with the nation’s best speakers, training in goal setting, and team meetings in which students set and hold each other accountable for achieving goals. These benefits, which aim to help members personally and professionally, are offered for the rest of their lives. Today, the Society has chapters on more than 470 college and university campuses nationwide and serves more than 460,000 members. For more information, please visit http://www.societyleadership.org. Follow the Society on Twitter @theNSLS and Like on Facebook.








Healthcare, business and financial services, and education are among the most popular career choices for 2015 college graduates according to a new survey from The National Society of Leadership and Success. The survey results, which also highlight student sentiment regarding the current job market and career and life plans following graduation, are included in an infographic available for download at http://bit.ly/gradinfographic. National Student Survey Reveals Most Popular Career Industries and Other Trends Among the Graduating College Class of 2015 самый лучший

Career Search Excellence Seminar (Seattle, WA)

Career Search Excellence Seminar (Seattle, WA)
Event on 2014-11-06 11:30:00

Are you looking for a new job with little to no success? Are you wondering why HR isn’t responding to your applications?

Based on years of research working with some of the best candidates in town (from executives to former Seahawks players, military officers to scientists, and everyone in between), we have created a brand new seminar for 2014 called Career Search Excellence. In this 1.5 hour presentation, Paul Anderson, nationally recognized expert on career transitions, will give you some of the best strategies you can use to switch companies, switch industries, or find employment in a very short period.

Paul will debunk popular interviewing myths, show you how your resume is scored in the employer’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS), and so much more.

As a bonus for attending, you’ll get a computer search script that you can use immediately to find many great jobs you didn’t even know existed. 

If you’re ready to boost your career in 2014, and find a job or company you truly deserve, you’ll want to attend this event.Audience

Typical attendees are mid-career professionals or executives considering a transition and attracted to cutting edge job search strategies that actually produce results. Professions are in a wide range such as law and accounting, finance, science, health care, information technology, software engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing, technical writing, operations, and project management.Meet Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson is a nationally recognized speaker on career transformation and also the TV Co-Host of the weekly show “How to Get a Job in Seattle,” aired on Comcast. Paul has formally written career columns for The Seattle Times' NWjobs, ABC’s KOMO 4 News, and CW's The Daily Buzz. Anderson has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Business Week, USA Today, The Seattle Times, and seen on the ABC, FOX, and NBC networks.Directions and Parking

BestParking.com helps you find, compare, and save on parking. Additionally, there is metered parking on 5th Avenue, 6th Avenue, Wall St. & Battery St. (all 4 sides of CityU). Many of those spots are free after 6pm.

Directions can be found on the CityU website.Seminar Schedule

11:30am – 12:00pm | You're going to have a GREAT time before your seminar even begins! Arrive early, register, visit CityU's new campus, hangout and network with dozens of local professionals that are considering a career transition.

12:00pm – 1:30pm | The presentation begins promptly at 12:00pm. Doors will be closed at 12:10pm and we are unable to accommodate anyone that is late. Please plan to arrive early.

at Antioch University Seattle
2326 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, United StatesAntioch University Seattleалександр лобановский