Career Preparation and Logistics 101 *In-Person* *NEW*

The job market is ever-evolving, and so are the methods of applying, interviewing, and securing a new career. For job seekers, it is important to stay ahead of the changes within this area. This course prepares prospective applicants (new or experienced) to enter the job market. Topics include: Job searching (proper methods for applications, including Linkedin etiquette and setting up notifications); Resume building from top to bottom (dos and don'ts, and what companies are looking for); Defining your skills and specializations (what sets you apart from other applicants?); Various strength-finder assessments to pinpoint areas of interest and to find career fit and style; Interview preparation; How to negotiate a salary; and how to balance multiple offers (timing, resignations, and start dates). It is recommended that students bring their own laptop. Instructor: Zoey Spengler



Start Date

March 9, 2023









2 Thursdays, 7-8:30pm. Mar. 9 & 16

This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Please note that COVID-19 proof of vaccination is required. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Zoey Spengler


Zoey Spengler

I had the privilege of moving to Boston in 2018 for a career at a global consulting firm. Throughout my time there, I held several roles, including areas such as change management, HR, and digital communications. My love for adult education allowed me to stay connected to my alma mater by helping run student career preparation webinars; I also used our connections to various corporate partners to have them present to current students. I am currently a Change Manager within Corporate Finance at MassMutual.

Throughout my personal and professional development, building and maintaining relationships has been a cornerstone belief. Whether it was through working with youth programs through the YMCA, to being a lead graduate research assistant, being around others is where I thrive.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out, or better yet, grab some coffee.