Wilmington, DE: YWCA Delaware’s WAND, Wo(men) Achieving New Directions Program is holding a three-session Virtual Career Roundtable, August 11th – 13th to help people develop effective job search/workforce strategies for during a COVID-19 pandemic.

The virtual forum is designed for those in the job market who are: currently unemployed, not certain of how to transfer their job skills, may have recently graduated with limited job experience, or need support developing their next action steps to re-launch their career. This virtual roundtable will help participants prepare a job search plan, create a brand through a strengths analysis, navigate through virtual interviews, and link to employment opportunities. Technical assistance will be provided and you will hear from guest speakers.

“During this pandemic it has become critically important that people find new ways to advance and stand-out! This Virtual Career Roundtable series will help shift your thinking to a growth mindset, leverage your current skills, and navigate your way to thrive in your career,” says program facilitator Monterry Luckey, Director of Think Next – MOJO Consulting, who is partnering with YWCA. Monterry has keen industry knowledge in career development, marketing and sales.

The cost for the Roundtable is $20. Registration is online at www.ywcade.org/wand. Registration is required. Scholarships are available. For more information contact [email protected].

 About WAND
The purpose of YWCA Delaware’s WAND Program is to improve the economic condition of women and their families, including those with high barriers navigating through uncertain systemic challenges to traditional employment seeking to gain sustainable financial independence, by providing them with the tools, knowledge and skills to be successful in their careers or in entrepreneurship.

At YWCA Delaware, we are eliminating racism and empowering women. We will get up and do the work until injustice is rooted out, until institutions are transformed, until the world sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable. Learn more at www.ywcade.org. Facebook @ywcadelaware, Twitter @ywcade, Instagram @ywcade, YouTube @ywcadelaware1