Philo4Thought Presents New Year New You! Resources for Career Success, Jan. 30

NEW YORK – Philo4Thought’s Young Professional Empowerment Series continues with a focus on work-life balance, aligning goals and more with New Year New You! Resources for Career Success, online via Zoom, on Saturday, January 30, 11 AM-1 PM.

Since 2009, the goal of Philo4Thought Hellenic Mentoring Initiative has been to help emerging young professionals connect with viable career resources and opportunities. Particularly active in the months during the pandemic, the organization continues to lend support to struggling students, professionals, new entrepreneurs and local business owners.

The Philo4Thought Spring 2021 seminars will focus on achieving work-life balance, aligning goals, spotting and assessing common setbacks and pitfalls and more. These panel-style seminars feature talks from Coaches and CEOs from premiere career development groups based in the US and Europe, including: Flexjobs, JKM Anthropocentric Corporate Training, JMW, New Skills Academy, Giraffes Consulting, Mission Control Productivity, Philo4Thought HMI, Roos Advisors, Workwise, and Your Instructional Designer.

The New Year New You! Resources for Career Success event topics include Work-Life Balance, Identifying & Assessing Career Goals & Options, and Coaches, Courses & Resources for Job Hunters & Transitioning Professionals. Online registration is required.

More information is available on Eventbrite, search: New Year New You! Resources for Career Success.


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