Getting A Job You Love Workshop

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Cal Lutheran School of Management hosts the workshop series titled “Getting a Job You Love.” Instructed by C. William Guy, founder of a top 10 global headhunting firm and known as, “The Jobs Guy”, world’s ultimate expert in getting a job you love! In the workshop, topics presented will be:

  • Assessing Your Marketability
  • Networking to Find Job Matches
  • Resumes to Get Interviews
  • Interviews to Get Job Offers 
  • Negotiating Optimal Job Offers

Each workshop series is only $25, which includes 8 hours of instruction plus Bill Guy’s new book, “Getting a Job You Love, During a Tough Economy” and a Career Tool Kit companion workbook. 

Choose a Fall 2017 workshop that fits YOUR schedule!

September Workshop:
Thursday's, September 7, 14, 21 & 28
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Thousand Oaks Campus
Peters Hall 102

October Workshop:
Wednesday's, October 4, 11, 18 & 25
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Thousand Oaks Campus
Peters Hall 102

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Here's what past participants have to say:

"This class opened a door for me to see the perspectives that job seekers need to better prepare for resume writing and interviewing.  I can use Mr. Guy’s methods not only to get the job I love, but I can also help others to do the same."
          ~Lizhi He, School of Management international student

Getting a Job you Love” by Bill Guy has been one of the most informational classes I’ve taken. The course materials we completed serve as a great reference guide to write and adjust our resumes as we go through life. Without this structure, I would never have been able to express how I benefitted my past employers in order to impress the prospective employers and get the job I will love.
          ~John-Thomas Sprouse, Cal Lutheran School of Management alum

"I signed up for Bill Guy's class with zero expectations but came away with so much. I am currently not seeking a new career however my current work environment has been difficult. Going through the exercises about what is important in a career helped me refocus on the positives of my job rather than the negatives. The added bonus was Bill Guy himself, he is a fantastic teacher and sincerely cares about his students. I will definitely be "paying forward" what I have learned from him.
          ~John Garcia, School of Management community member

 

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