Make one-to-one career connections, and take away new job search skills at two full-day workshop events launching the ABF Career Alliance, a new career community for Christian Scientists created by The Albert Baker Fund.
The West Coast workshop will take place on Saturday, April 18, in Los Angeles at the Clairbourn School in San Gabriel, and is co-hosted by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Pasadena.
Two weeks later, the East Coast workshop will take place on Saturday, May 2, in New York City at York Preparatory School adjacent to First Church of Christ, Scientist, also a co-host.
The events are free and are designed for job seekers just starting or re-starting their career path, and employed professionals willing to share their industry knowledge and experience–as well as anyone in the Christian Science family who would like to gather more information on the ABF Career Alliance for family and friends.
Speaker topics include Community and Connections, Power of Alliances, and Christian Science and Your Job Search. You’ll also have the opportunity to:
- Get instant feedback on your resume and interview skills from industry insiders
- Network with recent college grads who just landed their dream job
- Learn new ways to leverage social media in your job search
- Find out what you need to know about today’s job search marketplace
“For fifty years The Albert Baker Fund has provided loans, scholarships, and grants for the education of Christian Scientists around the world,” says Albert Baker Fund CEO, Alan Bashor. “And through this work we encourage each of our recipients to ‘pass their blessings forward’ by contributing to the Christian Science Movement, their communities, and the world. What better extension of our purpose than to help Christian Scientists who have completed their education and now need help in the world of work? The ABF Career Alliance was created to meet this need!”