Career Wednesday: How to Find Strength in Your Uniqueness
30

Wednesday, 30 June

7:30 8:45 pm EDT

FREE!
Cost

In Partnership With:

San Diego Workforce Partnership logo
Sacramento Works logo
ChickTech logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

Career Wednesday: How to Find Strength in Your Uniqueness | June 30

Emily Stark, CPRW, CLC Photo


Career Coach, Resume Writer, Founder, Marketable Mama, LLC.

30

Wednesday, 30 June

7:30 8:45 pm EDT

Online

Anywhere
Online
FREE!
Cost

In Partnership With:

San Diego Workforce Partnership logo
Sacramento Works logo
ChickTech logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Life can sometimes present as a sea of constant tug and pull, chaos and flow, change and transitioning individually and sometimes all at once. In the midst of trying to create balance, how do we stand strong in our own uniqueness and how can we find, understand and appreciate what that strength looks like in order to become it more within our lives. This webinar will explore the different concepts and ways of how we can identify and measure how we are living in our unique strength, whilst offering tools and techniques to help maintain that place.


Career Wednesdays:


* How to Schedule and Structure Your Informal Interview | July 7
* Creating an Authentic Career Vision | July 21
* Create Your Portfolio Website & Personal Brand| August 4
* Recalibrating Your Skills in the New Age of Work| August 18
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Career Coach, Resume Writer, Founder,
Marketable Mama, LLC.

Over her career, Emily has supported 1,000+ people in career transition to land jobs through client-focused career coaching, revamped resumes, confidence-boosting mock interviews, and personal brand-forward LinkedIn profiles.

Emily has progressed in the career industry within the university, outplacement, and freelance sectors while earning a Certification in Professional Resume Writing, Master's in Curriculum and Instruction, and Life Coach Certification. Emily's career-specific writing has been featured in notable university and parenting newsletters along with reputable mom blogs. Her career workshops have been presented at universities, corporate professional development training events, and community centers.

Emily founded Marketable Mama, LLC. in 2019 aimed to support working and return-to-work moms in their career journies. Emily prioritizes elevating all women and executes this through donations and volunteer work with women in transition at the San Diego Rescue Mission and other non-profits.

About Our Partners

San Diego Workforce Partnership

We equip job seekers to increase their economic mobility, help businesses grow, rebuild, and thrive equitably, and prepare children and young adults for the world of work. We believe in the power and dignity of work, fight for equity and inclusion and dedicate ourselves building programs that meet people where they are.

Workforce development is much more than finding the next job. It is helping people connect what they know, love and need with what the market demands. Career preparation begins in the classroom and continues throughout life. Life-long learning is essential to keep pace with an ever-changing world.

The Workforce Partnership offers services, custom programs and unique initiatives that are redefining what workforce development can—and must—be, because everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed.

Sacramento Works

The Sacramento Works Job Center System provides resources and services to employers and job seekers in Sacramento County. Planning, policy, and oversight for the system is the responsibility of Sacramento Works, Inc., the Workforce Development Board, a 27-member volunteer board of directors. Services, resources, workforce development sector strategies, training programs, and services to employers are provided by the staff of Workforce Development Department of the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency, the Employment Development Department and over 40 community workforce development partners.

ChickTech

ChickTech is a national non-profit organization committed to increasing the number of girls and women in technology while improving the culture of the industry itself. From local conferences to hands-on workshops to mentoring, we create an inclusive community for girls and women that increases their sense of belonging, interest, and self-confidence in technology and engineering.

Community Code of Conduct

Your registration for or attendance at any General Assembly offering indicates your agreement to abide by this Community Code of Conduct policy and its terms.

Illinois Students

Participants who complete this workshop will not receive a certificate or any other designation of completion.

This workshop is not designed to prepare individuals to follow or pursue a trade, occupation or profession. It is not designed to improve, enhance, or add to the skills and abilities of an individual relative to occupational responsibilities or career opportunities.

This workshop is not approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools at the Illinois Board of Higher Education and participation in this workshop/event will not be counted towards an approved IBHE program/course of instruction.

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