Work@50+

Older worker
Thursday, December 10, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM MST join a free event (via Zoom) featuring two great resources for older adults seeking training and job opportunities in Colorado. Event is hosted by the National Older Worker Career Center (NOWCC) and Denver Workforce Services. Learn about training opportunities and resources, with a focus on tips for seeking work during the pandemic.
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Work@50+ Wednesday Must-Reads
Happy Work@50+ Wednesday, everyone!
Donna Davis
After speaking with Donna Davis, it would be difficult not to be excited about the idea of becoming an entrepreneur. Her official title is Regional Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Region IX, but she calls herself the region’s “Chief Evangelist,” an apt term for a woman who is a leader, motivator, and tireless advocate for small businesses in California, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, and Guam.
Debbie Dalton, AARP California
Guest post by Debbie Dalton, AARP California Associate State Director of Outreach
Woman using tablet
Happy Work@50+ Wednesday! Today we’re focusing on websites, apps, and tips that can boost your job search. Learn more about the usual suspects like LinkedIn and Monster.com, plus find some new tools to give your hunt a lift.
Debbie Dalton, AARP California
Guest post by Debbie Dalton, AARP California Associate State Director of Outreach
Man reading on tablet
Happy Work@50+ Wednesday! You know we're always keeping an eye out for the latest news to share with you about workplace trends, job search tips, and entrepreneurial opportunities for experienced workers. Here's a roundup of a few of the best pieces we've read this week:
Debbie Dalton, AARP California
Guest post by Debbie Dalton, AARP California Associate State Director of Outreach
Resume and glasses
Welcome back to our Work@50+ Wednesday series! We took a break on New Year's Day, but we've returned with some questions and answers about how to write a cover letter and resume that will get you noticed.
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