Getting Back on the Job Search “Horse” After the Summer

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Getting Back on the Job Search “Horse” After the Summer

August 20, 2016 @ 8:30 am

Getting Back on the Job Search “Horse” After the Summer

Getting Back into the groove a challenge?

Feel like you’ve fallen out of the saddle and your career search is flat on the ground?

Reluctant or afraid to move forward? Confidence shaken or just “not in the mood”?

Then this month’s meeting is perfect for you!

It’s easy to lose focus after a job loss, get distracted when change comes along, when you don’t know where you’re headed, and/or how to get there. We’ll discuss how to create your “project plan” for success, as well as how to stay focused, positive and sustain the ups and downs of the job search process.

Event Details

Saturday, August 20, 2016    8:30 am    FREE!


  • 8:15 am        Doors Open
  • 8:30 am       Meeting Kick Off, Special Presentation, followed by Open Networking


The Career Support Group (CSGSGG) Monthly Meeting will be held as follows. For detailed directions, click this link.

  • Saint Gregory the Great Church
  • Parish Center (rear of parking lot)
  • O’Connor Hall Meeting Room
  • 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton, NJ 08690


About Career Support Group at St. Gregory the Great (CSGSGG)

The Career Support Group has a unique proposition – “where job seekers and jobholders are part of an organization where they can learn, network, and connect with one another.”  That is a large part why we have has been successful for nearly seven years. Those who have landed are appreciative at having been able to network, practice interviewing skills, or dialogue without judgment with those currently employed. Sometimes it takes a village to hold a hand, lend an ear, or be come an advocate for those seeking a new position.

About our Special Guest Speaker

Amy Raditz Career Support Group at St. Gregory the GreatAmy Raditz is a dynamic, high-energy Career Transition Coach with extensive experience working with all levels of executives and professionals in traditional job search, as well as those looking to change careers, explore consulting, start a business, create portfolio careers or pursue active retirement. She utilizes a holistic, “think out of the box” approach to career counseling and prides herself on listening to hear the true needs of clients, then brainstorm ideas, resources and contacts to help them make personal/professional discoveries and connections.