Career Empowerment Curriculum
posted on November 15, 2017
The career empowerment curriculum is designed for survivors of domestic violence. It helps them feel safe and confident throughout the process of finding a job and switching their thinking to finding a career. This curriculum refers both blue and white collar career types and is relevant to any skill set.
The curriculum covers five key topics:
- Being Safe During the Job Search and at Work
- Choosing and Planning for the Career You Want
- Getting Started in Your Career
- Preparing for Your Job Search
- Sharing Information and Communicating throughout the Job Search and at Work
Click here to read the curriculum topics.
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