Monday, April 20 at 12 p.m. — RUTLAND — College of St. Joseph is hosting “TRIUMPH” – Tips and Resources to Invigorate, Upgrade, and Manage your Professional Health – a career development workshop at noon on Monday, April 20, at Roots Restaurant in downtown Rutland. The free event includes lunch.
What does your personal marketing muscle really need? Does your resume need toning or strengthening? Are you looking for advice on a marathon career, or just a little push for your next short sprint? If you feel like the wheels are spinning on your stationary career bike, this is the place for you. Local professionals and College of St. Joseph instructors will guide you in ways to “TRIUMPH” this spring, with topics ranging from rebooting your resume to why it’s crucial to get back up after being knocked down.
“TRIUMPH” is moderated by Polly Lynn, editor and co-publisher of The Mountain Times. Workshop leaders include United Way of Rutland County Executive Director Nanci Gordon, Rutland Free Library Assistant Director Randal Smathers, and College of St. Joseph faculty Russell Lennon, Liz Weinmann, Robert Goddard and Judy Morgan.
The event is free, but space is limited. Individuals must pre-register for the event at www.csj.edu/TRIUMPH. Those in attendance will be eligible to win an opportunity to audit a class of their choice at College of St. Joseph in either summer or fall 2015, free of charge.