What’s the definition of an ideal position? It’s one that holds a certain combination of elements that has the potential to bring you long-term professional and personal satisfaction, as well as job retention. During career transition, it’s important to identify the traits, characteristics, and components that are included in your ideal job. This will enable you to recognize them for yourself during your job search, and to articulate them to others.
Facilitated by a TBJL Career Strategist.
WHAT IS LINKS: LINKS is an acronym for Leads, Information, Networking, Know-how, and Strategies. It is an educational and motivational program designed to help candidates prepare for the week ahead and to share conversation, contacts, and job-search information in a relaxed, friendly environment. For the unemployed professional, LINKS is a “place to go” to focus on the job search when others go to work on Monday Mornings. LINKS sessions are free and open to the public. Reservations are required.
Supported by the Vinik Family Foundation, Jeff and Penny Vinik, Trustees, and the SunTrust Foundation
What We Will Cover:
No materials are needed.
1½ hours. Plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
Who Should Attend:
Unemployed and underemployed individuals looking to work in a professional environment and seeking relevant and practical information or advice regarding the next steps in their job search or career path. This includes individuals in mid-career transition, women re-entering the workforce after a hiatus, military veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce, recent college graduates launching their careers, and mature workers not ready or able to retire.
Cost to Attend: Free
Dress: Business casual. Out of consideration for other participants, we ask that all candidates refrain from wearing fragrances, perfume, and cologne.
OUR NEW LOCATION
Jack Roth Center for Career Development
1211 N. West Shore Blvd. Suite 300
Tampa, FL 33607
Reservations Required: https://tbjl.org/program/links-define-and-target-your-ideal-job/
Seating is limited to 16 participants.