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Tools for Independence-Older Girls Edition: How to Find and Earn a Job

So far, Tools for Independence-Older Girls Edition has learned about self-defense, ways to help during a medical emergency, and how to safely date. As adults, safety is our top priority, but what comes next? Living! There is an ever-growing list of ways to live, but one thing most of us need is a job.

I can hear the thoughts exploding in your head, “How do I find a job?”  “What should I wear to the interview?” “What would I put on my resume?” “What is a resume?!” Shhhhhhh, it is okay. We have a workshop just for YOU on November 18, 2020 at 4 p.m. and we will answer all those questions and more.

Pam Gomez-Gil, recently retired regional manager for GSCO’s Pikes Peak region, will be joining us to talk about job hunting. She will share information regarding job interviews, what managers look for, and more. With decades of experience as a manager in several different companies, you will not want to pass up this opportunity. Come with questions,  a notepad,  a hungry mind, and  the packet (linked in the registration form) as filled out as possible.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.



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