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Career Workshop: The Pandemic and You: Looking for Work in the World of COVID19

The Pandemic and You: Looking for Work in the World of CoVid19 with Dr. Helen Evrard MD

 

Searching for work when you’re unemployed, under-employed, or just unhappily employed can be stressful. Job loss can be devastating, especially if it’s unexpected, and finding a job can be a daunting experience if you haven’t been in the market for a while. Now add an extra level of fear and anxiety- CoVid19 pandemic. Everything is changing. Dr. Evrard will present a scientist's view of the pandemic and what job seekers need to know to stay safe and find employment. Her WebEx workshop through the Russell Library Career Program offers help to navigate this uncertain time with confidence.

Dr. Helen Evrard MD, a former practicing allergist, is the author of “Positive Matters: Words, Quotations, and Stories to Heal and Inspire.”

She hosted and produced “Your Mind Matters” on WESU 88.1 FM Middletown from 2014-18, a radio show offering conversations with researchers, practitioners, and everyday people who deal with mental health issues. She is currently a candidate for an MFA in Creative and Professional Writing at Western Connecticut State University. For more information visit www.wordifference.com or www.facebook.com/wordifference.

Questions?

Email Christy Billings at cbillings@russelllibrary.org or Bob Carlson at rcarlson@russelllibrary.org.

The Russell Library Career Program is funded in part by a City of Middletown Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), The Liberty Bank Foundation and The Family of Thomas J. Regan.

Date:
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Time:
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location:
Online
Categories:
  Career & Business  

Registration is required. There are 24 seats available.

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