Free seminar designed to help those looking for work

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By The Staff

Judaism in the Foothills and the Canyon Courier are co-sponsoring a free weekly seminar in the Evergreen area to help people who are looking for work in the ailing economy.

Rabbi Levi Brackman will give a presentation designed to help people as they transition to new careers or businesses. The lessons, wisdom and advice that Brackman offers come from the Torah and Judaism’s other ancient texts, but the seminars are open to all people no matter their religion or background.

Brackman will help the attendees to:

• Re-evaluate themselves and their goals to find their inner passion.

• Evaluate their skills: Learn their limitations and what their niche may be.

• Positively deal with the negative feelings that come with losing a job.

Courier editor Doug Bell, a longtime instructor at Metropolitan State College, will present advice on writing resumes and cover letters and on effective interviewing techniques. Bell teaches a course at the college on job-finding techniques.

The next seminar will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12. For the location and other information, call 303-679-0613.