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Looking for work on Cape Cod?
WE CAN now offers Work Support programs at their new offices in Harwich Port
WE CAN, the organization dedicated to empowering Cape Cod women to achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their families, is offering Cape Cod women The following two programs:
Free One-to-One Work Support Consultations with professionals who have expertise in job search and career-related matters. These professionals can assist with career exploration, job search strategies, resume building/review, cover letters, and job interview coaching. Consultations are tailored to the specific needs of the individual woman.
Work Support Consultations are generally 1 to 1 ½ hours in length and often involve follow up through email or another face-to-face meeting.
For more information or to schedule a Work Support Consultation, call the WE CAN office at 508-430-8111.
Monthly Work Support Meetings for Women Seeking Work on Cape Cod or trying to create sustainable work on Cape Cod.
The purpose of these monthly group meetings is to:
Group facilitators will provide guidance and direction as well as information on a specific topic each month, such as:
Optional "homework" to help participants move toward their goal may be assigned.
The Work Support monthly group is open to all Cape women, regardless of previous involvement with WE CAN's broader Work Support Program. Women may attend as often as desired.
Participation for each session is limited to 15.
The Monthly Work Support Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month from 9:30am 11am
In the WE CAN Dick Sullivan Conference Building (located behind the WE CAN office), at 783 Rte. 28, in Harwich Port.
To register for any Work Support monthly meeting, contact WE CAN at 508-430-8111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE CAN's Work Support Program is funded by the Cape and Islands United Way
Women's Empowerment through