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Sure, you know about STAR & PAR stories, but what else must you do to fully prepare for interviews? Join us to learn what steps to take before the interview to significantly improve your chances. And come to share your own experiences and successes. Offered by 50+ Job Seekers Networking .Groups. Advance registration in the 50+ Program is required to attend these workshops. This session is repeated on Friday, May 14 at 1-3 pm and Monday, May 17 at 6:30-8:30 pm.
Join facilitator Shirley Freriks for a 3-part workshop series on plastics: predicament and possibilities. Session Two will pivot to promising solutions emerging in the wake of our failing recycling systems. Offered by Elder Action Network.
Many job seekers fail to recognize the critical role that networking plays in the job search process. Most of us avoid it like the plague. Instead, we spend hours — unproductive hours — tweaking our resumes and applying for jobs online. Or we force ourselves to network, and the result is that we feel out of place or lose the confidence that is key to landing a job. This webinar will help you to approach networking in an entirely new way, both in-person and virtually. You will identify “easy” networking opportunities using a multi-pronged approach and learn how to effectively market your skills and experiences to others. Learn how to make networking a natural part of what you do, and not just for the purpose of finding a job. Offered by FlexProfessionals.
One year into a pandemic, and many people have been stopped in their tracks. They have become “stuck” and wonder if they will ever get unstuck. Everyone is capable of getting unstuck, no matter their circumstances or age. Through the power of mental rehearsal, people can transform their mindset to get unstuck. Not only can you change your thinking, but you can develop greater confidence to unleash your potential in ways you never thought possible. Darlene Corbett, speaker and author, will provide strategies to help you move forward on your journey of becoming an even better version of YOU! Offered by 50+ Job Seekers Networking Groups.
A resume may get you the interview, but the interview gets you the job. Join us for interview tips, best practices, and pre-recorded examples of how to answer tough questions. We will share what we have learned from our business clients regarding why they choose to hire or reject the candidates they interview. Learn about the different types of interview formats and questions and how to best respond. We will share our “Top 10” interview mistakes and “Top 10” easy-to-implement techniques for success. Offered by FlexProfessionals.
This is a virtual Spring fundraising event for Encore Boston Network. A Zoom invitation will be ema
Join career experts Kerry Hannon and Marci Alboher for a spring fundraiser for Encore Boston Network! The pandemic has forever altered the job market, adding to changes already underway. What are these changes and what do they mean for people over 50? Join us for an invigorating conversation between two of the nation‘s leading authorities on older worker challenges and opportunities. They will share trends, tips and tactics based on their expertise about the current job market, new ways to work, financial security, and finding work you love. A fundraising event for Encore Boston Network.
Thanks to AARP Massachusetts for sponsoring this event!
Volunteers make a significant impact to the organizations they serve. Yet, industry standards for reporting their value typically focus on volunteer volume instead of volunteer accomplishments. This webinar will take a holistic approach to volunteer impact. Participants will learn practical tools, derived from research and practice, that include meaningful volunteer value indicators for their organizations. You‘ll gain hands-on experience with the model in small and large group discussions. The workshop concludes with guiding principles and practical applications. Facilitated by Sue Carter Kahl. Offered by Massachusetts Service Alliance.
This is a virtual event. A Zoom invitation will be emailed 24 hours in advance.
This session is for anyone who has always wanted to be their own boss. Join Laura Raposa and Steve Syre, a married couple that transitioned from long careers in journalism to running The Foodsmith, a bakery and lunch spot in South Duxbury, Massachusetts. Andy Levine, host of the Second Act Stories podcast, will moderate the conversation.
Practice your interview skills with peers and colleagues ahead of our June 24th
practice interview event with employers. This is your chance to practice, not just to get it right, but to ensure you can’t get it wrong. This session isn’t just a presentation; it’s interactive; poses questions; presents real-time exercises; challenges your mindset. Seize the opportunity to master a 21st century job search strategy in a world still dealing with the ongoing challenges of a pandemic. Offered by 50+ Job Seekers Networking Groups. Advance registration in the 50+ Job Seekers Program is required to participate in this workshop. This session is repeated on Friday, May 28, 1-3 pm, and Tuesday, June 1, 6:30-8:30 pm.
Kerry Hannon is a leading authority and strategist on career transitions, entrepreneurship, personal finance and retirement. She is a best-selling and award-winning author of 14 books. Always in tune with the changing trends and events in our country, she’ll be discussing her current book "Great Pajama Jobs: Your Complete Guide to Working from Home." Offered by Revolutionize Your Retirement. Sign-up beginning on May 18.
Join facilitator Shirley Freriks for a 3-part workshop series on plastics: predicament and possibilities. Session Three will be a call to action – what can each of us do in response? Offered by Elder Action Network.
Career transitions can be challenging in the best of times. Add a layer of economic uncertainty, and they can feel overwhelming. If you find yourself considering a career transition - whether chosen or by circumstance - there are steps you can take to help you decide whether now is the right time, plan your path forward, set attainable goals, and keep your momentum. This webinar will help you develop a plan for exploring options and moving forward using a design-thinking framework for both career exploration and exiting a role that no longer fits. Offered by FlexProfessionals.
Financial wellness isn’t about wealth. And it’s not about the balance in your bank account. So what exactly is financial wellness? Join this panel discussion to learn ways to think about and achieve financial wellness during these challenging times. Offered by 50+ Job Seekers Networking Groups.
This is a virtual event. A Zoom invitation will be emailed 24 hours in advance.
Join Melisande Short-Columb, student at Georgetown University, and Andy Levine, host of the Second Act Stories podcast, as they discuss Melisande‘s experience as an older student at Georgetown, but also as a descendent of the very slaves who had toiled for Georgetown and were later sold to pay off Georgetown debt.
What is networking exactly, and more importantly, what is it not? Where can you do it and what are the best strategies? Hint: G2G. Come share your networking successes and come to learn what you should be doing instead of applying online. You might even leave with "AIR" to aid you. Offered by 50+ Job Seekers Networking Groups. Advance registration is required to participate in these workshops. This session will be repeated on Monday, June 7, 6:30-8:30 pm, and Friday, June 11, 1-3 pm.
This is a virtual event. A Zoom invite will be emailed 24 hours in advance.
The fountain of youth is working with youth. Join Arnie Rosen, a retired doctor and amateur musician who formed The Band Grandpas, a team of retired professionals who mentor middle school students in music. Andy Levine, Host of the Second Act Stories podcast, will interview Arnie about the incredible benefits of a second act working with youth.
About Dr. Arnie Rosen, Retired Doctor and Proud Band Grandpa
Dr. Rosen loved his 27-year career as a gastroenterologist in Rockford, Illinois. But when he finally retired in 2017, he knew exactly what he wanted to do. He wanted to become a “band grandpa.”
If you’ve never heard that term “band grandpa” before, don’t feel out of the loop. Arnie created it. Once a week, he and a cadre of other retired professionals join seventh and eighth graders in the middle school band rooms of Rockford’s public school system.
Listen to Arnie’s profile on the Second Act Stories podcast:
Changing His Tune: Dr. Arnie Rosen is Now A Band Grandpa