Making Obstacles a Vehicle for Empowerment
Guest Speaker: C. Renee Turner, VAWDP
Today’s job market presents unique challenges for today’s job seekers like none before. When adversities and obstacles occur, often-times, an immediate reaction is to retreat- avoid addressing the problem altogether.
M.O.V.E, addresses concerns, offers tips, and provides options that could be applied when challenges find their way into your life. This dynamic workshop will provide useful tips in:
- Recognizing employment challenges
- Offer introspective look into determining one’s self-worth
- Applying useful job-search strategies for employment success
- And more…
Please remember to bring a donation for the Foodbank.
Protein, Meat and Fish
peanut butter, tuna, canned ham, canned chicken, beans
Fruits and Vegetables
canned fruits and vegetables, 100% fruit juice, instant potatoes, fruit preserves, dried fruit
cereal, oatmeal, rice, whole grain crackers
pasta and sauce, boxed meals, chunky soups, stews
powdered formula, baby food, diapers, wipes
Why SEVA Career Club?
Finding a Job:
Hampton Roads has a fairly unique job market in the best of times, and unemployment is at record highs. Having a support group, widening your professional network, and keeping on top of job search skills is crucial. SEVA Career Club provides all three in an informal atmosphere.
Finding a Better Job or a Promotion:
The key to success in our current uncertain work world is being employable. Looking for your next job, finding a better job, or promotion can be difficult. Widening your professional network and honing your job seeking skills can expedite the process.
Tools to Bring:
-General Cover Letter
-Business Cards- 20
-Three to four reference contact information
Career Club Facilitator: Marlo Calloway, PHR
Marlo Calloway, PHR is the founder/coach of MentorMe T&D/HR. Marlo works with individuals who are developing, re-inventing or re-entering the workforce by applying techniques that extends beyond the traditional formats of career development. In addition, as the chair and developer of the Hampton Roads SHRM’s first successful mentor program, Marlo developed several workshops to assist transitioning and entry-level professionals along with students and graduates in maximizing their fullest potential in their professional business and academics careers.
“My passion and goal is to help guide individuals toward acquiring professional wealth in their careers, academics or other passions.”- Ms. Marlo Calloway, PHR