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Analyzes of the labor market conducted in recent years show that employers, from potential employees, are increasingly looking for skills that cannot be obtained with a college or high school diploma.
What are those skills?
How will you know if you master them?
What do you need to master before applying for a job?
How to become attractive to employers?
You will get an answer at the workshop
Mandatory registration at the link https://forms.gle/3dNWSFreiDAw5YMm8


AM I ATTRACTIVE TO EMPLOYERS?
What will the workshop contain?

  1. Career counseling as support during active job search and employment
  2. The skills that make you attractive to employers today,
  3. Self-assessment by completing questionnaires and analyzing the results
  4. Create your own brand to be visible to employers
  5. Europass, as a model of electronic portfolio
    Mandatory registration at the link https://forms.gle/3dNWSFreiDAw5YMm8
    Trainers:
    Maria Kovaceska,
    Career development advisor, certified through the GCDF program (Global Career Development Facilitator) and Euroguidance ambassador in the European network of career advisors. For 10 years, he has been actively and dedicatedly working in the field of career counseling, professional orientation and building employment skills for students, young unemployed and vulnerable categories of citizens.
    A key goal in her dedicated work is to increase the capacities of young people and women and help them develop skills for employment and self-employment.
    Ana Topencharova Kovaceska
    Career development advisor, certified through the GCDF program (Global Career Development Facilitator) and English teacher at the Ohrid High School. He applies his work in the field of career counseling to secondary school students and young people and is actively involved in building their soft skills, among other things, through the Erasmus+ network. He cooperates with the Red Cross of the city of Ohrid in their programs for building leadership among young people.
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