Tue, October 15, 2019 10:00 A.M.
Regional Foundation Center
Parkway Central Library
Get organized! Attend this workshop to learn how to plan and manage your job search and reach your career goal. Topics to be covered include:
- Preparation, Planning, and Practice (the 3 Ps of job search)
- Self awareness, emotional intelligence, identifying what you want, discovery
- Research, organization, targets, getting ready, brand awareness, strategies
- Rehearse, market your brand, interviews, stories
This workshop is facilitated by Throw Like a Woman, Consulting with Social Impact.
Advanced registration is required as space is limited. Please contact the Regional Foundation Center by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, October 15 | 10:00am - 12:00pm
Parkway Central Library | Ground Floor | BRIC
Throw Like a Woman, Consulting with Social Impact is a creative resource that supports nonprofit organizations and socially-responsible businesses to achieve their goals through planning, strategic partnership, and cause marketing.
Lori Shuster is the CEO and Founder of Throw Like a Woman. Lori served as the Director of Communications and Operations for Golden Slipper and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Federation. She explored her vast academic, political and communal interests through her work with the American Jewish community as the Director of Special Projects for AJC. Lori has extensive academic and leadership training. Lori serves on the advisory board for the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator and Twist Out Cancer.
David Wragg is the COO of Throw Like a Woman, Consulting with Social Impact who specializes in Human Resources, executive development and leadership coaching. His work with nonprofits has included compensation, recruitment, training and board development. He has a passion for mission-driven work to develop creative organizational, business and operational improvements.Originally from the UK, David has been in the Philadelphia area for over twenty years working in corporate and as an entrepreneur. He serves on the boards of Nancy’s House and the Montgomery County Emergency Service (MCES).