Effectively Coaching Low-Income Job Seekers
How we view education and the work world is shaped, in part, by our socioeconomic background. Employment specialists and career advisors are better equipped to help their students and clients meet their goals when the practitioners are aware of their own perspectives, as well as the perspectives and motivations of the people they are helping. This RoundTable Discussion will address some strategies and barriers to help working class job seekers and people battling poverty to enter and move up in a career pathway. Come share your experiences, practices and questions.
Denise Felder (@DeniseMpls) is a Career Coach, Writer, and Trainer dedicated to helping Everyday People make positive choices that impact their lives and communities. Denise is past president of the Minnesota Career Development Association (2017-2018), a Certified Poverty Awareness Coach, Offender Job Retention Specialist, and a 2016 fellow in the Twin Cities Josie R. Johnson Leadership Academy with the African American Leadership Forum.
When: September 18, 6:30-8 pm at the
Where: Richfield Davanni's, 6345 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423, (612) 866-3324