Career Success in the "New Economy"

Click this link for a special video introduction to the course by the instructor, Dr. Sally Power:

Walk-Up Registrations will be welcomed the first night of class!  Please plan to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start of class to register at the door.  (Check or cash, only at the door - no credit cards)

Course Instructor:  Dr. Sally Power has been developing successful career management skills for this more turbulent economy for the last fifteen years.  She is the author of The Mid-Career Success Guide, Planning for the Second Half of Your Working Career, published in 2006.  She is also a professor emeritus of the University of St. Thomas (Opus College of Business).

Course Information:  Tuesdays, October 2-30, 2012, 7:00-8:30 p.m., University of St. Thomas St. Paul Campus, McNeely Hall, Room 100

Course Description:  Do you or someone you know have questions about today's working world and how to navigate it successfully?  This course will help answer those questions.  It is designed for anyone 35-65 or older whose career is still an active endeavor.

Registration fee for the series:  $70.00 per person

Link to registration formFall 2012 Registration Form

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Course Syllabus (subject to change):

October 2 Your Next Chapter:  Identifying Career Options
October 9 How Career Transitions are Changing
October 16 Finding Time at Work for Personal Career Management
October 23 Identifying and Developing Career Opportunities on the Job
October 30 Careers in the 21st Century