may get you the interview, but you need soft skills to get and keep the job.
Angela Copeland, Career Coach and Author
Upon completion of the series, participants will receive:
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The next series of Career Edge workshops, spanning from April 15 to May 6 are divided into four different classes, each focusing on a specific aspect of soft skills training.
Career Management & the Job Search ProcessKaty Curameng, Ed.D.
Director, career planning development, University of Massachusetts Global
Wellness & Self-CareMassiel Perez-Calhoon, Ed.D., M.A.T.
Adjunct faculty, University of Massachusetts Global, and CEO of Do Well At Being You
Professional & Personal AssessmentsEdward De La Torre, Ed.D
Assistant director of operations, Chapman University, and lecturer, Cal State Fullerton
Ready, Set, Interview!
Programs like Career Edge help prepare students for early career success and provide employers with workers who have the needed soft skills that are often supplemental to what is taught in the classroom. It’s a win-win,This program is made possible by volunteers who give generously of their time and expertise.
President & CEO, Greater Irvine Chamber
Other programs offered by Irvine Forward Foundation
Financial Literacy Project
Workshops for Irvine Unified School District 7th & 8th graders, includes an investment exercise, review results of four-week project.
Developed for Irvine high school engagement delivered in two sessions incorporated in classwork by social studies teachers and culminating in a presentation to parents, teachers, and guests.