Adulting Made Easy(er)
A new book, Adulting Made Easy(er) helps recent high school and college graduates and their families navigate from campus to career. If your kids are midway through the high school or college years and the whole family is feeling a bit of angst about what’s next, these authors provide practical advice and resources to link post-secondary education with career choices. A positive dialogue between kids and parents sets the wheels in motion, and then an individualized career plan is put in place. The plan is then executed with the help of a mentor, who’ll act as advisor and sounding board for your kids. Adulting Made Easy(er) is now available for purchase on Amazon.
About the Authors
Gerry O’Connor is a global financial executive and principal at Brentwood Advisory Group, a consulting business focused on designing and implementing organization improvements.
Barbara Schultz is a human resource executive and principal of The Career Stager assisting individuals to identify a career path and execute a plan. She is also a freelance writer.
Kimberly White is the executive director of the Career & Networking Center, a non-profit organization providing career support to individuals in transition or seeking professional development advice.
Career & Networking Center
The Career & Networking Center provides a supportive and professional setting where job seekers can conduct an effective and successful job search. In addition, a professional staff of trained volunteers is available for individual consultation to assist job seekers in setting reasonable goals and implementing strategies that meet their specific needs. Perhaps the most unique feature about the Center is the one-on-one appointments. Which include: resume writing, networking, interviewing skills, job search strategy, career counseling, and basic computer skills. This provides the ability to customize the Center’s resources to the individual job seeker’s needs.
For more information, visit the Career & Networking Center’s website.
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