• Ashburton Place Career Seminars

Managing your career and well-being in a difficult job market


 

Ashburton Place Career Seminars

A collaboration between the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) and Suffolk University

A Professional Survival Guide for Managing Your Career and Well-being in a Difficult Job Market


Session 2

Date: Friday, November 6, 2009
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Suffolk University, Room 427/429, Frank Sawyer Building, 8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA

 


9:00 to 9:30 am: Registration

9:30 am: Welcome and Introductory Remarks
Rosemary Alexander, Director, JobNet Career Center, Boston

10:00 am: Employment Trends in the Commonwealth
Suzanne M. Bump, Esq., Secretary,
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

11:00 am: Out of the Box – Alternative Job Search Methods
Larry Stybel, Ed.D., President, Stybel Peabody Associates
Executive in Residence, Suffolk University

12:00 am: Do You Need a Lawyer?
Pamela Smith, JD’82, Attorney at Law, Law Offices of Pamela A. Smith

1:00 pm: Lunch

1:30 pm: Riding it Out – Managing Your Finances Until the Tide Turns
Charles Atherton, MBA, Instructor of Finance, Suffolk University

2:30 pm: Managing the Stress – Family and Individual
J. Wesley Boyd, MD, PhD, Associate Director, Physician Health Services, Massachusetts Medical Society Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

3:30 pm: Summary Remarks
Secretary Suzanne M. Bump, Esq.,
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

4:00 to 5:00 pm: Resume Critiquing Session
Rosemary Alexander, Session Leader
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development staff, One-Stop Career Center staff, Suffolk University Human Resources, Suffolk University Office of Career Services and Suffolk Alumni Human Resource Professionals will be on hand to review your resumes and cover letters.

RSVP Required:

Please contact Eliza Parrish via email at eparrish@suffolk.edu

 

 

 

 

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