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January, 2022

Tuesday
25
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In this session, you will learn how to write distinctive, tight, lean, clean resume experience sections with meaning and power! Offered by 50+Job Seekers in MA. New attendees must complete registration form.
Tuesday
25
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Elizabeth Isele, Founder and CEO of the Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship, will describe the positive ways older adults are smashing the negative stereotypes of aging and activating their experiences to build vibrant communities and more sustainable economies worldwide. Part of the Revolutionize Your Retirement Interview Series with Dori Mintzer. Sign-up beginning January 18.
Tuesday
25
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Dementia Friends Massachusetts is offering three a free Zoom training that will give you the knowledge and materials you need to share awareness about dementia. Dementia Friends is a global public awareness program that helps everyone in a community learn about dementia, how it affects people, and the simple things that we can all do to make a difference.

During this 2 ½ hour training, you will take part in a Dementia Friends information session, and be counted as a part of the growing number of “Dementia Friends” worldwide. This training will also equip you with the knowledge and materials needed to become a volunteer “Champion,” which means that you will be able to facilitate your own virtual or in-person Dementia Friends Information Session with members of your community.
Wednesday
26
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EL PROGRAMA BILINGÜE para personas de 50 o más años que buscan trabajo, reiniciará actividades el 12 de enero y las culminará el 29 de junio de 2022. ¿Nuevo en este programa? Es necesario que te registres.

Bilingual interactive workshop on resumes presented in Spanish and English by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.
Wednesday
26
This event is virtual. A zoom link will be emailed to you 24 hours in advance.
10:00 AM
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Join us to hear from four employers who not only believe in the value of older workers but are actually hiring now!
Wednesday
26
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Are you curious how older founders have been able to create companies that are socially valuable, high-growth, and profitable? Learn from Mary Cronin, the author of Starting Up Smarter, and a panel of life-experienced founders who credit their success to their experience and sense of purpose, in addition to embodying modern entrepreneurial imperatives such as positive social impact, shared stakeholder value and regenerative sustainability. Come hear their stories for inspiration and insights as you build your own company and change the world for the better. Offered by Founders Over 55.
Thursday
27
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Combining purposeful volunteering as part of a job search can increase the chances of landing a paid position. Explore the possibilities in this one-hour virtual seminar, grounded in research on the benefits of volunteerism. Learn about the “new retirement” and an expanded set of options available today for encore careers, whether paid or unpaid. Seminar attendees will leave with new information on how volunteering leads to paid jobs and a roadmap of how to use meaningful volunteer activities as a pathway to employment. Facilitated by David Guydan, Director of Discovery Centers for Civic Engagement.. Offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups as part of its Savvy Seeker Series.
Thursday
27
This is a virtual event.
1:00 PM
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Join Dr. Elisse Barnes, your LinkedIn "Driving Instructor," for an interactive 3-hour workshop on how to make LinkedIn work for you. This workshop is specifically designed for Career Reinventors, people over 50 who are using their expertise to solve problems for others without being employees.

February, 2022

Thursday
3
Virtual - Event held over Zoom
10:00 AM
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An opportunity for new EBN Members (joined between January 2021 - January 2022) to come together.
Wednesday
9
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EL PROGRAMA BILINGÜE para personas de 50 o más años que buscan trabajo, reiniciará actividades el 12 de enero y las culminará el 29 de junio de 2022. ¿Nuevo en este programa? Es necesario que te registres.

Bilingual workshop offered in Spanish and English by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.
Wednesday
9
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Boston residents are invited to join a free, two-part writing workshop to learn and practice new techniques for writing their family stories. This is a two-part workshop beginning on February 9 and continuing on February 16. Facilitated by Write the World instructors. During the first week, participants will share their favorite family stories, discuss selected published family vignettes, and learn techniques for interviewing family members and using vintage family photos as story writing prompts. During the second week, participants will narrate the story behind a favorite family photo, and learn how to write memorable descriptions of family members and milestones. Offered by Age Strong Boston and Write the World. Register by contacting Renee Frechette at Age Strong Boston: renee.frechette@boston.gov or 617.635.4168.
Thursday
10
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Resilience is the ability to withstand adversity and bounce back from difficult life events. Being resilient does not mean that people don't experience stress, emotional upheaval, and suffering. Resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to overcome challenges and work through problems! Facilitated bu Karen Sowsy, Director of 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups. Part of Savvy Seekers Series.
Thursday
10
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Boston residents are invited to join a free, two-part writing workshop to learn and practice new techniques for writing their family stories. This is a two-part workshop beginning on February 10 and continuing on February 17. Facilitated by Write the World instructors. During the first week, participants will share their favorite family stories, discuss selected published family vignettes, and learn techniques for interviewing family members and using vintage family photos as story writing prompts. During the second week, participants will narrate the story behind a favorite family photo, and learn how to write memorable descriptions of family members and milestones. Offered by Age Strong Boston and Write the World. Register by contacting Renee Frechette at Age Strong Boston: renee.frechette@boston.gov or 617.635.4168.
Tuesday
15
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Join Amy Avergun for the monthly Reinventor‘s Workshop
Thursday
17
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Informational interviews (aka informational sessions) are informal meetings at which one seeks insights on a career path, industry, or company, and asks for general career advice from someone who has experience and knowledge in the areas of interest. Both parties are focused simply on acquiring and sharing knowledge.

At this session you will learn:
The #1 rule for informational interviewing.
The 3 things you want to take from every session.
How to identify potential informational interviewers.
How to turn conversations into opportunities
What the interviewers want to hear from you.

Offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.
Tuesday
22
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In this 2nd of two sessions on LinkedIn, we discuss how to effectively use LinkedIn to find and apply for jobs, including:

• How to learn who is hiring 
• How to find even more companies to target 
• How to find connectors at your targets 
• How to use LinkedIn filters  
• And much more!

Offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.
Tuesday
22
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Glenn Frank, Financial Advisor, Retirement Advisor and Educator, will focus on his approach and book: Your Encore–Retirement Planning Guide: How to Balance Time, Money, and Joy. He is Director of Lexington Wealth Management and received the 2019 “Planner of the Year” award from the Massachusetts Financial Planning Association. Offered as part of the Revolutionize Your Retirement series, hosted by Dorian Mintzer. Register after February 15.
Wednesday
23
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EL PROGRAMA BILINGÜE para personas de 50 o más años que buscan trabajo, reiniciará actividades el 12 de enero y las culminará el 29 de junio de 2022. ¿Nuevo en este programa? Es necesario que te registres.

Bilingual workshop in Spanish and English offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.
Thursday
24
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Even before the pandemic, there was growing concern about the impact of social isolation on older adults. Many live alone, have lost friends and relatives, have diminished hearing or limited mobility. All of these put people at risk of poor health and even early death. Janet Seckel-Cerroti, Executive Director of FriendshipWorks, and a panel working in this field to learn more about social isolation and what can be done about it.
Thursday
24
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This seminar is the second part of a two-part series on volunteerism. Part 2 will feature a panel discussion by experts in the fields of civic engagement, volunteerism, and employment.

Part of the Savvy Seekers Series offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA Statewide Networking Groups.