The Career Transitions Series
Strategic Alliances is proud to partner with Johnson & Hill Staffing to bring you this five-part series featuring career specialists and the staff from Bay Path's Sullivan Career and Life Planning Center.
February 25 | The Foundation of Your Career: Landing Your First Professional Job:
As you prepare to search for your first professional job, where do you begin and what do you need? We’re covering the essential components (resumes and cover letters, interview prep, how networking helps your job search, etc.). You’ll walk away with things you can use immediately. In addition, you’ll leave with some bigger-picture ideas that enable you to use that first job to create a wonderful foundation for your career.
- Adam Lafield, Johnson & Hill Staffing Services
- Andrea St. Louis, Lead Faculty, The American Women’s College, Bay Path University
March 4 | Breaking Out: Orchestrating a Career Reboot:
Do you feel stuck in your current career? When you think about changing jobs, does fear or self-doubt creep in? If you answered yes to either of these questions, attend this session to learn how you can find the work you are passionate about. You will leave with a concrete action plan to have a career reboot.
- Tiffany Appleton, Johnson & Hill Staffing Services
- Crystal Senter Brown, Director of Employer Relations, Bay Path University
Early bird rate ends at midnight on February 25
April 1 | Do You Have the Executive Presence to Get That Promotion?
In this session, we will discuss how human behavior plays a role in getting a promotion, including how you present yourself. Sarah Powers from Connecticut Custom Clothing will be on hand with wardrobe suggestions, including how to get the right fit for you.
- Sue Powers
- Sarah Powers
Early bird rate ends at midnight on March 25
May 6 | The Next Chapter: Transitioning Back to Work After an Extended Absence
The key to transitioning back to work after an extended absence is storytelling. Learn how to effectively translate your experiences and accomplishments into a compelling narrative that makes sense to future employers. We will also explore other critical resources that can help with your job search, including returnships, mentoring, informational interviews, and volunteer opportunities.
- Gretchen Heaton, Director of Career Development, The American Women’s College
Early bird rate ends at midnight on April 29
June 3 | Your Third Act: What's Next?
It's your time for compassionate fun! Join Carla and Laurie as we explore opportunities to share your experience, wisdom, and joy, as you craft your next purposeful life adventure.
- Carla Oleska, Carla Oleska & Co.
- Laurie Cirillo, Executive Director of Career Services, Bay Path University
Early bird rate ends at midnight on May 27
All sessions are held from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Philip H. Ryan Health Science Center
1 Denslow Road
East Longmeadow, MA
Early bird fee of $75 per participant
($95 within 7 days of a program) INCLUSIVE OF DINNER