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Careers in Motion Program - September Workshops

The Office of the Secretary, Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) is pleased to announce the Careers in Motion (CM) Program, open to employees at the GS-2 through GS-15 (or equivalent) levels. The National Technical Information Service (NTIS) and the Office of Civil Rights have partnered with OHRM to produce this program.

The CM Program offers training and tools to help employees navigate their career by offering dynamic group courses and individual career counseling sessions. These sessions are held at the Herbert C. Hoover Building (HCHB) in Washington, DC and at the NTIS satellite location, now located in Alexandria, VA.

Below is the list of the Individual Career Counseling Sessions and the workshops offered during the month of September:

Individual Career Counseling Sessions
September 3 and 8, 2009 – HCHB
September 16, 2009 - NTIS

Workshops - September 16, 2009

Seeing Opportunities with a Positive Attitude (HCHB)
Coping with Stress: Achieving Balance in Life (NTIS)

For a more complete description of the workshop listed above and registration, go to the Commerce Learning Center at http://www.learn.doc.gov

The one-hour individual sessions with a certified career counselor are available only upon request. During this face-to-face session, a career counselor will meet with you to provide feedback on your career assessment and resume. A limited number of spaces are available by reservation, on a first-come, first-served basis. To begin the process of scheduling your session and to receive instructions on completing the career assessment, please email Stefanie Silvano at info@doccareer.com.

More information on this program can be found by visiting the CM Program webpage: http://www.hr.commerce.gov/Employees/TrainingandDevelopment/DEV01_006100

This training is physically accessible to people with disabilities. To request sign language interpretation, please email slanguage@doc.gov or call 202-482-4481. For all other disability accommodations or for more information, contact Rhonda Carney at rcarney@doc.gov