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Closing the Gap: LinkedIn Learning Lab
CareerWalk, Bethlehem’s ministry serving people in job search and those who want to manage their careers, kicks off the upcoming Winter/Spring cycle with a LinkedIn Learning Lab. Past CareerWalk participants have learned about the value of this important social media for “staking their space” on the Web, promoting themselves as professionals, and for facilitating job search and networking. This will be a HANDS-ON, INTERACTIVE, COLLABORATIVE session, by request! Bring your laptops and iPads if you have them (we will have a limited supply of devices available for participants), as well as your questions and expertise! We’ll learn from each other, get some work done on our profiles, and have some
fun in the process!
CareerWalk is a ministry of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Need not be a member to participate!
CareerWalk brings Bethlehem’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.
See our SW Patch.com CALENDAR posting for details about the upcoming educational series, starting Thurs, Feb 7th from 6:30-8:30pm @ Bethlehem.
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.