• Managing Your Career in a Crisis Economy

Session Two

We are pleased to present Suffolk University faculty and alumni, experts in career management and the labor market, who will generously share their expertise in career management in support of your efforts to manage your career in very difficult times.

We all know managing your career takes work. Few of us create a plan to follow. Fewer still, are prepared when we find external forces working against us – as with today’s crisis economy.

This intensive two day session is designed to provide you with some of the tools used by those who make a career of planning for their successful careers and managing success in a down market.

The entire Sawyer community, alumni, students, parents, spouses and partners, are welcome.

Join us and benefit from the experience of career and labor market experts.

Click here to learn about Session One on February 28, 2009.


Session Two


March 21, 2009


Room 265 - David J. Sargent Hall
Suffolk University
120 Tremont Street Boston, MA


8:30a until 9:00a


9:00a – 1:00p

Plenary Session:

9:00a until 10:30a



Keynote Speaker, Suzanne M. Bump, JD’88
Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
What is MA going to look like when this employment crisis is over? Where are the expected growth opportunities and how can you prepare now for those future opportunities?

Concurrent Workshops: 11:00 until 12:30

Having a strategic approach to managing your association memberships
Laurence J. Stybel, Ed.D.
Executive in Residence, Suffolk University

How are you telling your story and, are you telling well?
Ken Mattsson MS ’00
Career & Professional Development Consultant, Resonare Consulting
Assistant Director, alumni and graduate student career services, Emerson College


Please RSVP to attend: ksullivan@suffolk.edu or 617.573.8456



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