A new program under the Project Work/Plan umbrella
Increase your effectiveness! Spotlight your skills!
Competition in the current job climate is fierce to say the least. Recognizing this fact, DCTC is now offering Your EDGE, a series of free mini-clinics designed to dramatically increase your employability while giving you the tools to more effectively spotlight your individual skill set. Each mini-clinic focuses on a specific target area that will help you sharpen your competitive edge in the employment marketplace.
About Your EDGE
Joining forces with industry experts who have volunteered their time and knowledge, DCTC faculty and staff developed Your EDGE to offer swift assistance to people who have been adversely affected by the economic downturn. Understanding that money is tight for unemployed and underemployed individuals, we are offering the Your EDGE mini-clinic series FREE OF CHARGE to the following:
- DCTC students
- DCTC alumni
- Active-duty U.S. Armed Forces personnel and their families who are or have been enrolled at one of the 32 higher education institutions in the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system
- Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families who are or have been enrolled at one of the 32 higher education institutions in the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system
When and Where
The Your EDGE mini-clinics will be delivered Friday nights and Saturday mornings beginning in February 2010 and running through May 2010. All mini-clinics will be held at the following location:
- DCTC Apple Valley Site
Partners in Higher Education Building
14200 Cedar Avenue
Apple Valley, MN 55124
Your EDGE participants will gain significant knowledge about real-world employment expectations. They will come away from the mini-clinics with a far better understanding of their role in the job-hunting process. The mini-clinics will provide invaluable guidance on a range of topics.
Visit Your EDGE for full list of FREE mini-clinics with dates and times
The first mini-clinic: From Warrior to Worker | Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010 | 9 a.m. – Noon