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Alumni Career Transition (ACT) Job Search Teams- Wed Noon
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Teleconference  

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Total Spaces:      24
Spaces Available:15
Contact: Kathryn Ullrich 3108258216

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Alumni Career Transition (ACT) Job Search Teams

Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Time: 12:00-1:30 p.m. Pacific
Location: Teleconference
Fee and Registration: $90 ( a $350 value)


For questions, contact
alumni.career.services@anderson.ucla.edu
or 310-825-8216.

UCLA Anderson School of Management Alumni Career Services is offering virtual Alumni Career Transition (ACT) Teams for job search that will meet via telephone once a week from January 28 through March 11 (except Feb 18.) The teams will be filled first come, first served, and are limited to twelve participants each.

The Alumni Career Transition (ACT) Team provide a work group structure that enables MBA alumni, employed or currently in transition, who are looking for a job or making a career transition, to manage the job search process by identifying tasks, setting specific work objectives and measuring progress in meeting job search and career transition goals.

The ACT teams are specifically designed for individuals who are “actively job hunting”, meaning that you have already identified a job objective, developed a resume that is focused on your target job, and created a draft job search marketing plan. Participants will be given Personal Positioning Statement and Marketing Plan templates to complete prior to attending the first ACT team meeting.

During weekly meetings, team members will report progress in their job search as well as benefit from the team structure in addressing job search challenges, brainstorming strategies, and exchanging job lead information.

The virtual teams will be led by Andrew Johnson, a career coach who also works at outplacement firm Lee Hecht Harrison, and Bonnie Wild, a business professional of 25 years that bridged into career coaching with her real-world-in-the-trenches experience.

Topics of conversation may include:

• Proactive search techniques – taking charge of organizing/planning your search around activity you control

• Enabling others to help you through clear, focused communications strategies

• Researching and targeting potential employers

• Working with executive search firms

• The importance of handling rejection and staying motivated/positive

• Dealing with team members’ topics of concerns

 

- Participants will be expected to make a commitment to the group by attending all conference-call meetings and completing homework assignments and weekly activity tracking reports.

 

Registration

Register for the Monday 4:00pm Pacific team by selecting "buy ticket" near the top of the page.

To register for the Monday noon team go to http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/alum-event-details.xml?eid=3411

To register for the Monday evening team go to http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/alum-event-details.xml?eid=3412

 

After registering, please send your resume and target industry/job title to alumni.career.services@anderson.ucla.edu.

 

About Kathryn Ullrich ('92):

Gregory Craig ('89)Kathryn Ullrich has a passion for helping people with career advancement. Kathryn leads Alumni Career Services at UCLA Anderson School of Management, providing programs, coaching, and resources for alumni to manage professional success. She is author of the award-winning book, Getting to the Top: Strategies for Career Success, and has been an executive recruiter for fourteen years after careers in strategy consulting with Accenture and software product marketing with Siebel Systems. Kathy has an MBA with top Carter Award honors from UCLA Anderson and a BS electrical engineering, cum laude, from University of Michigan. She is trained in Clifton StrengthsFinders and Birkman assessments.