Out of work? Facing a layoff or job insecurity? Seeking that next job opportunity but not sure you have the right skills?

Due to popular demand, Deb Hunt and David Grossman will conduct an encore presentation of their workshop on how to expand your career potential at the SLA Annual Conference in Philadelphia in June.

In case you missed the workshops in San Francisco, here is your chance to attend the combined workshops in a combined session if you’re going to the Conference in Philadelphia.  Please see the details listed below and visit SLA’s web site to register today before the session is sold out: https://www.slaconference.org/scheduler/newCatalog.do

Join us for:
Charting a Path to New Levels of Expertise,
Employment and Career Satisfaction SLA CE Course
Sunday, June 12th, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
SLA Annual Conference
Deb Hunt and David Grossman

Librarians and information professionals possess many marketable skills that can be adapted to organize, access and unlock the value of their organization’s or clients’ paper, digital and knowledge information assets. This can be an opportunity in a current job, in securing a new position or in starting a new business.

This workshop will offer practical advice to help information professionals identify and expand their existing skill set and develop new areas of expertise to broaden their career potential and maximize their earnings. We will also examine alternative jobs and career paths for librarians and information professionals. Workshop attendees will develop an action plan to assure continued employment or pursue new career opportunities commensurate with their existing talents and expertise.

Past workshop attendees have said:

“Very good organization and content AND extremely timely for today’s job market.”

“Great resources provided!  Upbeat, helpful, enthusiastic speakers. Realistic advice.”

“I left the workshop motivated to branch out.”

“I was impressed by the positive attitude of the speakers as this is very helpful to those who are facing unemployment or underemployment.”