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              Buffalo and Erie County
           Career Navigator Program
 
A highly intensive training program for professional and semi-professional level job search.
Jump start your job search with this 5-day interactive, strategic approach to proactively managing your future.  
  • Learn techniques that will get your message out to the people that make the hiring decisions.
  • Navigate the obstacles and challenges of the changing economy and learn the new rules of job search.
  • Master the ability to successfully transition into new directions of employment and control future employment paths.
  • Discover the increased power of working in teams, led by certified career professionals.
Who should attend Career Navigator?

Professionals and/or Semi-professionals
who:
  • Have been unemployed, or looking for a job for an extended period of time.
  • Are not satisfied with the progress of their job search.
  • Want support in identifying new search strategies, tools and techniques.
Agenda:

Day 1: Defining Strengths
Day 2: Search Strategies
Day 3: Branding and Marketing
Day 4: Communication and Decision Making
Day 5: Goal Setting and Accountability
 
In order to attend this 5-day training program, you must be:

 
* Registered with the Buffalo and Erie County One-Stop
     System
  * Meet eligibility requirements as a Dislocated Worker
  * Be able to attend all 5 days

Note - If you're currently employed, you're not eligible to participate in this program.
     
 
Please contact the following for additional information:
 
      Robert Durante at: 716/270-4444
                   rdurante@wdcinc.org
 
 
                               CAREER NAVIGATOR
                         ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
                             DISLOCATED WORKER
 
An individual shall be eligible to participate in the Career Navigator, if he meets the following WIA Dislocated Worker requirements:
 
The applicant has provided the appropriate verification to verify:
     *Citizenship or Eligible to Work Verification
     *Selective Service Registrant (if applicable)
     *Proof of Age
 
AND
 
Meets the definition and provides a verifiable source for one of the following categories:
      *Terminated/Laid Off; Eligible for Unemployment  Compensation and Unlikely to Return to Previous Industry Occupation
     *Permanent Plan Closure/Substantial Layoff
     *General Announcement of Closure
     *Formerly Self-Employed/Currently Unemployed
     *Displaced Homemaker
 



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