Free Career Changers Conference with dinner at Cape Cod Community College March 15th

Paul Niedzwiecki, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Commission, keynote speaker

Are you considering a career change? Are you out of work now and looking for a new direction? Cape Cod Community College will host a free conference for adults who are considering a change of career or direction in their lives Tuesday, March 15, 2011, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.  in the Tilden Arts Center at the College, with dinner included in the free admission.  Individuals are asked to register for the event, but there is no fee.

Conference goers will hear a series of timely discussions with industry experts specifically addressing individuals looking to change their careers but feeling the need for some guidance.

Career development experts will assist participants in identifying their values, skills, and abilities. Attendees will be encouraged to re-tool, re-wire and re-fresh their resumes by taking part in a one-on-one resume critique, helping them identify transferable skills and highlight accomplishments.

Paul Niedzwiecki the Executive Director of the Cape Cod Commission will Keynote the conference.  Mr. Niedzwiecki, one of the Cape’s most accomplished and well known leaders, will share his tools for career success and leadership.

Justin Labdon, owner of the Cape Cod Beach Chair Company, Inc. and one of the Cape’s most successful and well known entrepreneurs will discuss his adventures in capitalism over the complimentary dinner program.

Other conference workshops include entrepreneurship, job search strategies, and career assessment.

This is a free event open to the public but registration is required.

To register online go to www.capecod.edu/career-changers.  To register by phone please call 508 362-2131 ext 4318.

For more information about the event please contact Carol Dubay, Director of Advising and Counseling at Cape Cod Community College at 508 375-4528, or by email at [email protected].

Cape Cod Community College is on Route 132 in West Barnstable.

Courtesy of Cape Cod Community College.

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