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Thriving While Searching for Employment
Our jobs are much more than just the way we make a living. They influence how we see ourselves, as well as the way others see us. Our jobs give us structure, purpose, and meaning. That’s why job loss and unemployment is one of the most stressful things you can experience. We will talk about ways to stay positive and keep your spirits up during a job search as well as suggestions for coping with the stress of searching for a job.

The purpose of Job Club is to provide a positive environment for motivated job seekers to meet, connect, share and learn. The free group is open to the public and meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Job Club is for you if you are a motivated professional and currently out of work, underemployed or looking to make a career transition.

For more information, call the UK Alumni Association at 859-257-8905 or the Fayette Cooperative Extension Office at 859-257-5582. Additional information including testimonials from former Job Club participants can be viewed at: www.ukalumni.net/jobclub.

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Dec 8, 2020 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Ann M. Bassoni, LCSW
Mental Health Specialist @UK Work+Life Connections
Ann is a graduate of Centre College and the University of Kentucky College of Social Work. She has been a practicing social worker since 1994 with experience working with children, families and adults in a variety of settings. Ann started the Work+Life Connections program at UK in 2009 providing free, short term therapy to UK employees and their sponsored dependents.