Looking for work can take its toll, whether you’re starting a job search or have been at it for a while. A newly established informal support group will explore ways to energize your job search and maintain the momentum needed to achieve your goals.
Facilitated by a local career counselor, this four-week group will discuss current approaches to job search, résumé writing and interviewing and provide support for the trials and tribulations of looking for a job.
The free sessions will take place from 10:30 a.m. to noon Wednesdays, July 23 and 30 and Aug. 6 and 13, at the Davis United Methodist Church, 1620 Anderson Road.
Pre-enrollment is required. To reserve a seat, call Anna Wisehart at the church, 530-756-2170. Space is limited; attendees must be able to make all four sessions.
The workshop is facilitated by Constance Stevens, a board-certified career counselor and owner of Career Paths in Davis. She has more than 25 years of experience providing individual career counseling and facilitating workshops on career/life planning, job search skills, communication and team-building using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Stevens has helped hundreds of individuals by providing individualized career counseling services to identify and pursue meaningful careers, manage successful career transitions and take advantage of new opportunities. In addition, she consults with businesses and organizations on employee development, career management, work/life balance and humor in the workplace.
She has a master’s degree in career counseling from Sacramento State University and is one of only 800 career counselors nationwide to achieve the National Certified Career Counselor status. Most recently, she was awarded the Myers-Briggs Master Practitioner Certification.