CAC offers adult student workshop Pathway to Success

Central Arizona College will offer an expanded Pathways to Success workshop series during the Spring 2016 semester.

This series is designed to assist nontraditional adult students in getting a jumpstart on their education and career success.

Workshops this spring will focus on customer service, stress management, workplace conflict, how to start planning now for your lifelong career, how to structure your resume to be noticed and how to be confident in any interview.

Pathways to Success workshops will be held from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. via interactive TV at the San Tan Campus, 3736 E. Bella Vista Road, Room C124, in San Tan Valley.

The following is the workshop schedule for spring:
•Jan. 5: Community resource
•Jan. 12: Community resource
•Jan. 19: Excellence in customer service
•Jan. 26: Stress management
•Feb. 2: Internships – educational and career value in experience
•Feb. 9: Community resource
•Feb. 16: Workplace conflict
•Feb. 23: Resume – how to structure your resume to be noticed
•March 1: Community resource
•March 8: Interviews – how to be confident in any interview
•March 22: Reaching across generations
•March 29: Dream job – how to start planning now for your lifelong career
•April 5: Community resource
•April 12: Playing nice in the sandbox – generational differences in the workplace
•April 19: Cultural diversity
•April 26: Workplace relationships- working with you is killing me
•May 3: Community resource
•May 10: Community resource

For additional information regarding these workshops, call 520-494-5010 or e-mail Sherrie Soria, director of student retention, at sherrie.soria@centralaz.edu.

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