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Career Exploration Workshop: What’s On at Albert Campbell

January 26, 2013 | John P. | Comments (0)

A tough job market can be frustrating for job seekers with many people competing for a particular pool of jobs. Toronto Public Library branches like Albert Campbell often offer free employment-related workshops whereby participants can interact with facilitators from organizations striving to help people find work. Here is what is coming up at the Albert Campbell District Branch, 496 Birchmount Road:

 

 

Career Exploration

Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

An employment counsellor from Goodwill Employment Services will present a 2-hour workshop covering career planning and exploration. Topics covered will include: what you should know about the career planning process; identify your skills, values and interests against a potential career path, tools and resources.

For more information or to register, visit the branch or call 416-396-8890.

Consider these resources in electronic and print formats from Toronto Public Library collections:

 

Career Comeback Repackage Yourself to get the job you want

Career comeback repackage yourself to get the job you want [1st eBook ed.] / Lisa Johnson Mandell, 2010. eBook.

Access Online

 

50 Best Jobs for Your Personality

50 best jobs for your personality [3rd ed.] / Laurence Shatkin, 2012. Book.

Place Hold

 

I Don't Know What I Want But I Know It's Not This

I don't know what I want, but I know it's not this: a step-by-step guide to finding gratifying work [Rev. and updated ed.] / Julie Jansen, 2010. Book.

Place Hold

 

I don't know what I want, but I know it's not this: a step-by-step guide to finding gratifying work [Rev. and updated ed.] / Julie Jansen, 2010. eAudiobook.

Access Online

 

It's Your Move A Guide to Career Transition and Job Search

It's your move: a guide to career transition and job search for Canadian managers, professionals and executives [4th ed.] / Marge Watters, 2012. Book.

Place Hold

 

It's Your Move A Guide to Career Transition

It's your move a guide to career transition and job search for Canadian managers, professionals and executives [4th ed.] / Marge Watters, 2012. eBook.

Access Online

 

New Job New You

New job, new you: a guide to reinventing yourself in a bright new career / Alexandra Levit, 2009. Book.

Place Hold 

 

Pathfinder

The pathfinder: how to choose or change your career for a lifetime of satisfaction and success [1st Touchstone trade pbk. ed.] / Nicholas Lore, 2012. Book.

Place Hold

 

Rebounders

Rebounders: how winners pivot from setback to success [1st ed.] / Rick Newman, 2012. Book.

Place Hold

 

Second-act Careers

Second-act careers 50+ ways to profit from your passions during semi-retirement / Nancy Collamer, 2013. eBook.

Access Online

 

Second Chance

Second chance: how career changers can find a great job / Mary E. Ghilani, 2010. Book.

Place Hold

 

The Start-Up of You Adapt to the Future Invest in Yourself and Transform Your Career 1st edition

The start-up of you: adapt to the future, invest in yourself, and transform your career / Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, 2012. Book.

Place Hold

 

The Start-Up of You Adapt to the Future Invest in Yourself and Transform Your Career

The start-up of you: adapt to the future, invest in yourself, and transform your career / Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, 2012. eBook.

Access Online

 

The Start-Up of You Adapt to the Future Invest in Yourself and Transform Your Career Library edition

The start-up of you adapt to the future, invest in yourself, and transform your career [Library ed.] / Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, 2012. eAudioBook.

Access Online

 

What color is your parachute

What color is your parachute? a practical manual for job-hunters and career-changers [2013 ed.] / Richard Nelson Bolles, 2013. eBook.

Access Online

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