Individuals Interested in Exploring a Career Change
Brookfield – Herzing University – Brookfield will host “Discovery Day” on Thursday, June 17, from 4 – 7 p.m. for individuals who are either unemployed, uninspired by their current careers, or undecided on their future career paths and would like to learn more about potential career paths that may offer better job stability, greater intellectual challenge, or higher salaries. The event will also include a job fair with local employers and a live remote broadcast by radio station KISS-FM.
“We recognize that the massive job losses of the past two years have been a real eye-opener for many people, and they have been re-thinking the sustainability of their career paths, regardless of whether they have lost jobs or remained employed,” said Brian Olson, Herzing University – Brookfield acting campus president.
“Our Discovery Day event will enable individuals to learn about careers that have the strongest job prospects for the future and the educational programs available if they choose to pursue one of these careers.”
The “Discovery Day” event will include campus tours to answer any questions that individuals may have about specific career options and educational programs, if they wish to pursue them. Instructors, financial aid staff, admissions counselors and students will be available to answer questions.
To learn more about this “Discovery Day” event, interested individuals are encouraged to go to www.herzing.edu/brookfield.
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