If you’ve been unemployed for a while and looking for work, it can be easy to get down on yourself. We’ve all been there. Facing rejection can take a toll.
If this is you, SER Metro Career Counselor Joseph Stephens has some key advice.
In order to land the job you want, it’s important to remain motivated, focused, and positive in your search. You must treat your job search like it’s a full-time job in itself, because it is.
the key to finding your next job is all in your preparation and approach.
As a FREC Service partner, SER Metro is dedicated to coaching, developing, and matching job seekers with fitting career opportunities.
Stephens, who keeps weekly office hours at the Ford Resource and Engagement Center (Eastside), is eager and available to help his clients pull together a great resume, cultivate the right job winning attitude, and get connected with his personal network of local employers.
With a proven track record of successful placements, Stephens is the go-to guy for career prep and advice. Check out his following Three Key Tips to Approaching Your Job Search
What do you have to loose? Come to the Eastside FREC location and see SER Metro Career Counselor Joseph Stephens, for FREE career coaching.
FREC Southwest: 2826 Bagley Ave, Detroit, MI 48216 | PH: 313.962.4888 Ask for Carmen
FREC Eastside: 15491 Maddelein St., Detroit, MI 48205 | PH: 313.733.1240 Ask for Justin
The Ford Resource and Engagement Center (FREC) is a client-directed community center where people can learn new skills, obtain needed services, develop new talents and celebrate community. Made possible by grants from Ford Motor Company Fund, The Ford Resource and Engagement Center brings together non-profit partners to serve the surrounding community.