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CareerWalk - Job Transition Group
CareerWalk brings Bethlehem Lutheran Church’s mission of “connecting people with God, each other, and their mission in the world” to those who are in job search, making a career shift, or planning for semi-retirement. Participants include people from a broad array of professions, from early career to seasoned veterans. We bring them the latest in career management tools and information, leveraging industry experts.
Please join us or spread the word about this no-cost
ministry. We welcome all participants, including those who are not members at Bethlehem
Lutheran Church (BLC).
- Feb 7: Setting the Stage: Attitude and Getting Ready
- Feb 21: Personal Assessment: The Essential Starting Point
- March 7: The Most Powerful Resume for Today’s Market
- March 21: LinkedIn: An Essential Career Management Tool
- April 11: Networking: Over 70% of Jobs are Found Through Networking!
- April 18: Bringing your Best to an Interview
- May2: Assessing Job Offers: Crossing the Finish Line
We ask that participants register so we can plan for materials, but we welcome everyone with or without registration. http://www.bethlehem-church.org/ The registration link should be available
the week of January 14. Go to the
“Register for Events” link, found in the main body of the web site, on the right side.
For more information, contact Carrie Johnson, email@example.com
More About Bethlehem Lutheran Church
This very large congregation with deep historical roots in south Minneapolis offers numerous activities for members, ranging from youth programs to musical groups for people of all ages. But the church also does extensive outreach to the surrounding neighborhood, supporting community service projects from Habitat to Humanity to emergency food relief. In addition to its traditional Lutheranism, the church utilizes Rick Warren's "purpose-driven" approach to outreach, which led the church to launch Jacob's Well and Spirit Garage, which reach out to the "unchurched" in south Minneapolis.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church maintains its longstanding traditions—for instance, holding a yearly lutefisk festival organized by the church's youth—while also engaging with the modern world through community service.