Businesspeople entering a new industry or companies looking to develop a broader work force can RSVP for Navigating a Career Change livestream with bonus Southern Ocean Job Opps tool discussion
For those who are looking to change roles or who are assisting with the transition into new employment, the regional chamber’s next Summer School session has been planned to take on those challenges. The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, along with their affiliate charitable organization SOCA, announce their July 27 summer school event as part of their Grow with Google Partner Digital Series, with the upcoming “Navigating a Career Change” with bonus Southern Ocean Job Opps tool discussion. The livestream and networking will run from noon to 1:30 with check in beginning at 1130am.
This beginner-level workshop will help attendees gain clarity on how past work experience and skills can transfer to a new role, and will show how to highlight what you have to offer a new industry. By making clear, informed decisions about next steps, this session will enable advancement with a career transition plan. This workshop would benefit those early in their career as well as those looking for a more structured approach while starting their career change. The Chamber will also review the popular Job Opp Board and on demand postings during the session. Businesses are encouraged to come with their job openings to list.
This program has been a popular feature for several years, giving members a chance to watch premiere live streams, while networking at the chamber’s Ship Bottom Second floor Commerce Center. There is no cost to attend, but you must RSVP by contacting the Southern Ocean Chamber at 609 494 7211 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.