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‘Project Choice’ Session to Be Offered Dec. 5-15

The next session of “Project Choice” a free program at Pennsylvania College of Technology that provides assistance for adults considering a career change will begin Dec. 5.

Offered by the Counseling, Career and Disability Services Office at Penn College, Project Choice provides comprehensive career exploration for anyone wishing to forge a new career path.

The December classes will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday, Dec. 5-15. The program is part of the state Department of Labor and Industry’s “Rapid Response” initiative, an early intervention service assisting workers and employers affected by layoffs, plant closures or natural disasters.

Project Choice provides an assessment of skills, abilities and personality style; structured career exploration and career-goal planning; workshops on goal-setting, prioritizing, decision-making, stress management, self-esteem and removing roadblocks; and information on training, education, financial aid and support services.

For more information, call the Counseling, Career and Disability Services Office at (570) 327-4502, or send e-mail .

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