The Port Washington Public Library’s Jobs & Career Information Center regrets to inform you that the November, 20th Job Fair “Connecting Local Job Seekers with Local Businesses” has been canceled due to circumstances beyond our control. For questions or concerns please contact 516-883-4400 Ext: 117
Stop by the library to check-out a brand new book in our Job & Career Information Center, or reserve a copy now online.
The Dream Share Project, a documentary and career workshop created by Chip Hiden and Alexis Irvin, has inspired thousands of college students across the U.S. In Build Your Dreams, Chip and Alexis transform their program into the ultimate career guide for a generation of ?rebels” seeking passionate work. Through essays, anecdotes, exercises, tasks, and illustrations, Build Your Dreams offers a unique 5-stage framework (using the acronym DREAM) for 20-somethings to make a living doing what they love:
Career Coaching Workshops with Karen McKenna
Twice monthly, Karen leads the following small group workshops: Resume & Cover Letter Preparation and Job Search Strategies. To register for one or both of these workshops, please call 516-883-4400 Ext. 111 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen is a career and outplacement coach, trainer, and writer with over 25 years of business experience across multiple industries. She has worked for The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), Drake Beam Morin (DBM), Estée Lauder, Tuesday’s Children and Winthrop University Hospital.
Passionate about helping people find their way in life, Karen advises clients on how to effectively navigate today’s challenging job market, tapping into valuable resources based on their individual goals. She has helped hundreds of individuals envision and shape their own futures. Ms. McKenna writes a monthly column for Long Island Business News and teaches continuing education classes at Hofstra University and Molloy College.
Financial Counseling with Samuel J. Schiff
Financial Advisor Samuel J. Schiff works with individuals, families, young professionals and small business owners, helping them with retirement, college funding, business succession, legacy & estate planning, insurance, and investments. Sam is an active member of NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors) and Society of FSP (Financial Service Professionals).
Sam likens most people’s financial situation to the “junk drawer” that we all have someplace in our house. Everything gets thrown into the drawer without much forethought or organization. Mr. Schiff looks at individuals’ financial junk drawers and helps advise them on what’s working and what isn’t, duplication of services, and anything that might be detrimental. He will clarify and streamline the process to help anyone make better informed decisions about their financial future.
To schedule an individual, confidential appointment , please call 516-883-4400 Ext. 111 or e-mail email@example.com