Working Smarter to Be Job Marketable

The current economic recession requires prudent, self-searching decision making about our jobs, careers and future. In response, Purdue University Calumet, in partnership with The Times and Post-Tribune newspapers, is hosting an enrichment program for local residents who are . . .

  • Job searching,
  • Concerned about the possibility of being downsized by their employer,
  • Considering a career change,
  • At a job/career crossroads,
  • Planning to return to the job market after an extended absence,
  • Exploring the prospect of starting a business,

Preview sessions of Purdue Calumet’s Tuesday, June 25 Working Smarter to Be Job Marketable program.

To guarantee free admission to our program, beginning at 6:15 p.m., click here to register. The program will be held on campus in Alumni Hall of the Student Union & Library, accessible from 173rd Street east of Woodmar Avenue, north at the traffic light.