Plus 50 Career Builder Round Table   

This group event is designed to provide a safe, supportive, friendly environment for job hunters and workers to discuss their needs and challenges.

  • Job Seekers' Round Table Flier
  • Sharing of resources is encouraged
  • Reservation not required
  • Parking on campus is metered  (Parking tip: There are free spaces on Innis Arden Way.)
  • This job club does not count as weekly job search credit for WA state unemployment claims

 

Location:

Room 5116, Building 5000

16101 Greenwood Ave. N.

Shoreline, WA 98133

Time:

Fridays 1-2:30 p.m.

Contact:

Ron Carnell, 206-533-6706

Twitter: @Plus50RndTable
LinkedIn: SCC Round Table Job Club

 

Meeting Schedule:

October 10

Starting Strong & Moving Up!

w/ Brian Nichols, Employment Specialist, Goodwill of Puget Sound

October 17

Fierce Conversations
w/ Rachel Mathison, Employment Specialist, Hopelink

October 24

Reinventing Your Future
w/ William Wurtz, Professor of Engineering, Texas A&M

October 31

Meet the Recruiter
w/Victoria Nguyen, United Parcel Service (UPS), Seattle & Redmond

 

Resources

  • AARP WorkSearch Information Network
    Career Exploration | Education & Training | Job Search Process | Tutorials & Tools
  • AARP Job Club Tools
    Resume & Cover Letter | Interviews | Career Planning Tools | Job Search
  • Accreditated Online Schools and Colleges
    A complete directory of top accreditated online schools, online colleges, and online universities of 2013.
  • American Association of Community Colleges Plus 50 Ageless Learning
  • CareerBridge
    Find the education that will produce the results you need to get the job you want. Explore Careers | View Job Trends | Find Education | Pay for School | Eligible Training Provider List
  • Career Rookie
    Internships | Part-time Jobs | Entry-level Careers
  • CareerOneStop
    Explore Careers | Salary & Benefits | Education & Training | Job Search | Resumes & Interviews | People & Places to Help
  • CareerOneStop Skills Center
    Basic skills include the communication and computation skills essential to demonstrating competency. These are developed capacities that make learning easier. Basic skills include reading, writing, mathematics, listening, and critical thinking. Find out more!
  • CareerOneStop for Veteran ReEmployment
    Veterans ReEmployment | Unemployment Benefits | Military-to-Civilian Job Search | Job Search Tips
  • Employ Experience
    Workforce Development Council of Seattle & King County
    Resources for Experienced workers
  • Employment Security Department | Washington State
    Learn about an occupation | Resume help | Find employers | Training programs | Job seeker resources | Employer resources | County profiles | Labor area summaries | Economic symposiums | Job Vacancy Report | Local Unemployment Statistics | Monthly Employment Report | Learn about an occupation
  • Entry Level Jobs 
    A vast listing of entry level opportunities in nearly every community across the US.
  • Interest Profiler
    The Interest Profiler helps you identify your highest interest areas, which can point to the kinds of occupations you are more likely to find rewarding.
  • LinkUp
    Search job openings from company websites. When a company adds or removes a job from their site, we update ours - automatically. All job openings are indexed from company websites, not from 'pay-to-post' job boards. No duplicate jobs, work-at-home scams, or other garbage - only real jobs from real companies. 
  • Map Your Career
    Workforce Development Council of Seattle & King County
    Whether you're exploring your next career move or just getting started, Map Your Career will help you chart your path.
  • Microsoft Virtual Academy
    Free Microsoft Technologies Training
  • My Skills My Future
    Tell us a job you've had | We'll find careers with similar skills
  • My Next Move
    What do you want to do for a living?
    Search careers with key words | Browse careers by industry | Tell us what you like to do
  • O*NET Online
    Use key words to search for occupations, or list your skills to find matching occupations. Find out what knowledge, skills, abilities you will need to get the job.
  • Occupations by Skills
    Create a list of skills you have or plan to acquire, then find occupations that match most of your skills. Choose different skill sets and explore your results.
  • Occupations by Work Values
    Work Values are aspects of work that are important to a person's satisfaction. Explore occupations matching your chosen work values and your current or expected level of education, training, and experience.
  • Occupation Profile
    Identify Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities for any occupation.
  • Skills Profiler
    Use the Skills Profiler to create a list of your skills and match them to job types that use those skills.
  • Smart, Simple Strategies for the Older Job Seeker
    Workforce Development Council of Seattle & King County
  • Top 50 Health Care Jobs Browse an updated list of top health care jobs (courtesy of Bureau of Labor Statistics National Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates).
  • United States Department of Labor
    Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

Articles

 

Updated 09/04/14