Career Vision Seminar Comes to High Desert May 8

By Staff Reports

(Victorville)–A special six-hour employment workshop for job seekers and career changers will provide out-of-the-box ideas that turn the job search process from reactive to proactive — even in a bleak economy.

The free seminar will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 8 at the San Bernardino County – Hesperia Library, 9650 7th Avenue, Hesperia, 1st District Supervisor Robert Lovingood announced.

No registration required, arrive early as space is limited. Note this is a 6 hour training , please bring a bag lunch

This workshop is free, for everyone, and is like nothing else out there.

Presenter Jamie Beck is a former CSU Career Counselor and has a Master’s Degree in Human Services with an emphasis in Social Systems and a concentration in Family and Work. Career Vision has been reshaping the way job seekers fundamentally conceptualize, search, and apply for work throughout Southern California for the past 5 years. Her seminars have been covered by the Riverside Press Enterprise and the Ventura County Star.

Come prepared to embark on an uplifting, motivational, and thought provoking analytical journey to:

· Discover your Career Vision to expand your job search

· Identify “where” you want to work not “what” you want to be

· Create your “I AM” tattoo

· Build a Cold Stone resume with or without experience

· Analyze job descriptions using a wedding registry

· Create an interview chart using the Banana Cream Pie Model

Career Vision is for everyone

· Unemployed and Underemployed

· Part time and Full Time Job Seekers

· Students, Recent High School and College Grads

· GED’s to PhD’s and Minimum Wage to 6 Figure Earners

· Veterans and Career Changers

· Retirees seeking supplemental income

· Professionals working with populations listed above

20 Career Vision workshops will be hosted by the members of the Inland Library System, a consortium of public libraries in Riverside, San Bernardino and Inyo Counties. Career Vision 2013 is supported by a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the California State Librarian.

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