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Classes Offered to Address Working and Living through a Changing Economy

Release Date: 9/15/2009

For Immediate Release    
Contact: Sylvia Blair
Executive Assistant to the President
Carroll Community College
410-386-8411

 

Carroll Community College Offers Classes to Address Working
and Living through a Changing Economy

 

Westminster, Md., Sept. 15, 2009-Carroll Community College offers Continuing Education and Training classes to help individuals cope with a changing economic landscape and workplace. The courses include:

Career Solutions
You never thought it would happen to you, but here you are, a professional out of work. How do you find a good position in crazy times like these? Join Barbara Gregory, coordinator of Career Development at Carroll Community College and others, to learn strategies for positioning yourself to get back to or to reinvent your work. Identify your interests and strengths, review the best way to present yourself in person, on paper or on the phone, explore the best networking techniques to get your name out there and leave with a new direction, renewed energy and an action plan. Includes a private  one-hour consultation with Barbara Gregory and the seminar, Staying Sane in a Changing World, is free to participants in this course.
Cost: $49 (MD Senior Adults: $49)
Course #: PDE-901-A2
Tue., Oct. 6 - 20 (Three sessions), 5:30 p.m. to  7:30 p.m.
Washington Road Campus

Staying Sane in a Changing World
Feeling off balance; afraid of what change or crisis will hit you next? Learn how to keep it together even as things are falling apart. You can be strong and capable even when crisis strikes. Take the first step with instructor, Sally Long, life coach and educator, to learn how to stay sane when you're surrounded by chaos. This course is free to anyone registered for Career Solutions.
Cost: $15 (MD Senior Adults: $15)
Course #: XXZ-738 -A2
Tue., Oct. 27, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Washington Road Campus

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