Learn about how to find ideal job
Phil Stella, of Effective Training & Communication will speak on "Determining the Ideal Job for You" at the Feb. 6 meeting of Hudson Job Search.
Participants will begin the process of identifying their workplace skills and passions and the objective and subjective description of the ideal next employer. They'll also learn where and how to find those employers. Additionally, Stella will review "How to Prepare your 30-second Commercial."
Stella is a veteran of more than 25 years in the communications and training fields, working with clients as a trainer, consultant or executive coach.
A professional speaker, he has delivered hundreds of workshops on networking and communication skills for client and association events around the country.
He is also an active COSE volunteer and on the Cleveland Faculty of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Initiative, having worked with more than 450 entrepreneurs since the program launched in 2012.
Hudson Job Search meets on the first and third Monday evenings of each month at Christ Church Episcopal, 21 Aurora St. (park behind the church) with sign-in at 7:15 p.m. and an opportunity to network. The meeting from 7:30 to 9 p.m. is free and open to the public.
For more information go to www.hudsonjobsearch.org or call 330-653-5322.
New lecture program for adults at Case-Barlow Farm
Hudson Community Education and Recreation in partnership with Case-Barlow Farm is hosting a new lecture program for adults. Joseph Kennedy, Sr.: The Patriarch of Patriarchs will be presented by noted lecturer Susan Cannavino on Feb. 9 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Case-Barlow Farm.
The lecture and program will include a fascinating look at Joe and Rose Kennedy and how their personal values affected their children. Participants will discover the triumphs and tragedies of the often overlooked Kennedy daughters and sons. A discussion and refreshments will follow the program.
Case-Barlow Farm is located at 1931 Barlow Road in Hudson. It is a regional model of historic preservation and adaptive reuse. HCER and Case-Barlow Farm have partnered for this lecture series to engage the community in an authentic interactive experience, offering a perspective of events, issues, and people of the Western Reserve from the past to the present. Currently featured in the Barlow home are the fashion illustrations of Hudson resident Corrine George. Many of the pieces on display are from her 18 years as head fashion artist at the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Registration for the Joseph Kennedy lecture is limited. Visit www.hudson.k12.oh.us/hcer for pricing and to register. Proceeds from event will be used for restoration and future programs.
For more information about these or any HCER programs, call 330-653-1210 or visit the HCER website at www.hudson.k12.oh.us/hcer. Follow HCER on Twitter @HCER2440.