We know Career Planning and Job Searching are really hard. (How do we know? The career coaches in our network have spent a lot of time learning about it and helping people through it.)
You’re frustrated, bored, or unfulfilled by your work.
You may not be able to figure out WHAT to do with your life.
You may not know HOW to change your job or how you could be more successful with your search.
You don’t want to take a step back, spend money to go back to school, or risk your current pay or benefits.
THIS YEAR, IT’S YOUR TURN TO FIND THE WORK YOU WANT.
Career Coaching or career counseling can help you break out of your career rut and enter a new phase of your career and your life.
A career coach can help you:
- Identify the career path that’s right for you, based on your true interests and abilities
- Expand your network of contacts
- Carefully evaluate career choices, including whether or not to pursue further education
- Incorporate work-life balance so you can enjoy the other things in your life that matter most
- Create a targeted personal marketing statement, resumes, LinkedIn profile (if needed), and cover letter
- Get interview coaching or evaluate why you’re not getting called back
- Address common career change obstacles
- Set goals to keep yourself on track
CAREER CHANGE COACHING
After a brief, no-charge exploratory call (where you’d speak with the coach to decide if he/she is a fit for you), you’d work with an experienced career advisor in one-on-one, individualized sessions. You get personalized attention to figure out what you want, how to get it and how to keep your career change on track.
RESUME/JOB SEARCH HELP
Not getting calls back on your resume? Not getting call-backs from interviews? We know you want to cut through the pack and stand out. Your career coach will show you how to write and edit a resume and cover letter (and LinkedIn profile, if needed) that helps you shine, and helps employers to understand what you can offer them.
“After working with my career coach, I am not willing to settle for a job just because it’s available—I now have a list of criteria that I can use in the future to evaluate job possibilities to determine if they are truly right for me. This process was great for me and came at a time I really needed it.” K.C.