Career Development & Training Classes
Getting Paid to Talk
Explore aspects of voice-over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the internet. Course covers all the basics of how to be successful in this exciting field and provides an opportunity to record a commercial script. Make money with your voice!
CAR 5480 / Length: 2.5 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $50; Non-Sponsoring $80
Life Coaching—The Profession
Coaching is a distinct skill set and process for professional and personal transformation. Learn to distinguish coaching from counseling, therapy and consulting, and develop skills in helping others discover their strengths, set goals, and achieve them. Then reinforce your new language and communication process, learning methods to attract and retain clients, and strengthen your coaching business foundation.
CAR 4135 / Length: 16 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $169; Non-Sponsoring $199
June 5-July 10
Public Speaking for Professionals
Even the most eloquent and experienced presenters often wish they had better public speaking skills. In this course, you will study methods that help to reduce anxiety, build confidence, and customize a process which will results in successful speaking experiences. This course is designed to equip you with knowledge of the principles necessary for formal public speaking with an emphasis on organization, evidence, language use, strategy, delivery and business ethics.
COM 0632 / Length: 20 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $179; Non-Sponsoring $199
July 31-September 4
These services are not intended for students still enrolled in high school.
Individual Career Counseling
Covers in depth what you need to know about yourself and the labor market in order to take charge of your life and move ahead. Helps you focus on skills, preferences, values and motivations. Day and evening appointments are available. For more information and to register, you must call the Career Center at 610-359-5324.
CAR 2141 / Length: four 1-hour sessions
Cost: Sponsoring $225; Non-Sponsoring: $255
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Does the prospect of going back to work seem intimidating? Do you need help building your confidence and learning to accommodate family and future career obligations? If so, investing 10 weeks in Launch Your Career Comeback could help jump start your move toward a more satisfying life style. Identify your employable strengths and skills, your personality type preference and previous work experience. Enjoy the support and personal attention of this small group experience as you explore what fits your career needs now. With career tools and in-class exercises, you will increase your confidence and job search motivation. Learn to create a professional resume and develop a LinkedIn Profile. Group size is limited so you are encouraged to register no later than one week before the start date. For more information, call the Career Center at 610-359-5324.
CAR 5598 / Length: 20 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $125; Non-Sponsoring $155
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Do you sometimes feel that you have reached a dead end in your career? Do you wonder how to get back on track? Jump-Start Your Career will guide you through a 10-week program to help you jump-start the process. You’ll begin by doing an in-depth personal assessment including motivated skills and career values. The Strong Interest Inventory will reveal your top ten occupations, and the Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator will help you to determine your personality preferences and work-related strengths. Group members will learn techniques for moving forward including networking, LinkedIn, and action planning. You are encouraged to register no later than one week before the start date. For more information, call the Career Center at 610-359-5324.
CAR 4118 / Length: 20 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $114; Non-Sponsoring $144
|Returning in fall|
Confused about your career direction and unsure what to do first? This free, one-session workshop may be for you. A counselor will explain the wide variety of career counseling services available at the College for community residents. Learn how to use the Career Resource Center’s computer programs for career exploration and other materials. Call the Career Center at 610-359-5324 to register for one of the following dates.
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