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Events

Facing a difficult work situation? Need help planning or managing your career? WLS runs specialized programs with
trained professionals to guide you in your career path, at no cost. Call us at 914-231-3238 for more information.

Registration Etiquette

Virtual etiquette begins with registering for a program. Here are some important questions to consider:

  • Have you checked your calendar?
  • Do you have any conflicts?
  • What will stop you from attending?

Please keep these things in mind before you register. Being aware of virtual etiquette helps demonstrate your respect for the speaker/facilitator sharing their valuable time and information.

Crafting Your Teen Résumé

Thinking About Getting a Summer Job? Applying to College?

Coming February 20th, 2024 – In-person at the New Rochelle Public Library 

Led by a professional academic coach, who will give you tips to craft a winning resume!

Registration required at bit.ly/NRPL_TeenResume_02_2024

Managing Your Career in Changing Times Seminar

Our ever-popular seminar “Managing Your Career in Changing Times” continues in February! Providing Career Strategies for Individuals to:

  • Build self-awareness to clarify your career direction
  • Explore career alternatives
  • Learn about the latest job search trends, including resumes, interviewing and LinkedIn

Facilitated by a Professional Career Coach, this six-week virtual seminar meets once a week for 90 minutes and concludes with an individual career coaching session. A virtual orientation with the Career Coach is required prior to the seminar.

Tuesdays – Virtual
Beginning February 27th, 2024
10:30am – 12:00pm

Register here

First Resume

Come with your life experiences.  Work with a professional job coach, leave with a resume!

Coming Wednesday, March 6th, 2024 – In-person at the Larchmont Public Library 

A workshop for teens in Grades 9-12 hosted by WLS Career Coaching Services

Space is limited – registration required – sign up soon!

Register here

This program is funded with support from Westchester County Government.

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