|50 and Over Now What? What Are My Options? Where Do I Start?|
Event Type: Business/Career|
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 12:00 PM
A workshop for anyone unemployed or underemployed and over 50!Library: Chester County Library & District Center
Join Lynne M. Williams, BS, MA, ABD, Director of the Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group for this stirring, thought-provoking and motivational session on the topic of 50 and Over Now What?
Lynne will share her story of hope, how to start over again, and where to find free and inexpensive resources. She will tell you how she learned to make lemonade from the lemons handed to her - divorce, fire, job loss, and more (yes there is some juicy stuff)! Lynne now volunteers to help empower others and will endeavor to send you home with these takeaways:
A little inspiration! Who doesnt need that?
Oh the places you will go the A-Z guide for free and inexpensive resources
Ideas on how to market yourself, other than the usual culprits
The story of relationships courting (consulting / 1099) vs. the marriage proposal (the W-2)
Interactive Passion Test quick, down, and not really dirty!
Accountability oh yes you can!
About The Presenter: Lynne M. Williams, BS, MA, ABD is the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, which is an organization that provides workforce development through education, resources, support services, and networking to individuals. The group of over 2900 members serves the unemployed, underemployed, including veterans, the self-employed, and the gainfully employed, as well as the organizations (businesses and nonprofits) that employ them in the Greater Philadelphia Area, NJ, and DE. Lynne completed extensive doctoral research and writing on Web 2.0 Social Media applications and is a contributing author to the book Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing the Job You Love along with 15 other career coaches and Dick Bolles, the author of What Color is Your Parachute?.Lynne is also the owner of Around the Clock Executive Helper, a part-time virtual assistance business established in 1994, that provides individuals the opportunity to obtain 1:1 career coaching and help updating their resumes, customizing their LinkedIn profiles, and establishing a consistent personal brand.
Location: Struble Room
Contact: Meghan Lynch
Presenter: Lynne M. Williams