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Local Support Groups

Job Link, The Workplace Inc.

Full service, one stop help with job search seminars

Stamford, CT.


New Canaan CaTS

New Canaan, First Presbyterian of New Canaan
 and St. Marks Episcopal Church



SENG Strategic

Internet based meetings

Stamford, CT.


FENG Financial Executives Networking Group

Networking and Job Search

Scarsdale, NY


SSIT Spousal Support For Employment Transition

Transition Skills and Coping Skills

Scarsdale, NY


                Westchester Office for  women
                Operation Talent Bank

Training and Employment Strategies for Women



The Career Network:

Meets at the Reformed Church of Bronxville

Corner of Midland Avenue and Pondfield Road,
Bronxville, NY

Free and Open to All

Contact information at 914-588-8243


Lives in Transition: A Career and Networking Opportunity
Rye Presbyterian Church

882 Boston Post Road
Rye, NY 10580

Contact Pat McGunagle



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Free and Accessible Internet Tools You Can Use:


Tool #1: Determine How Important Your Skills Are to Various Occupations

Go to Find the page on assessments. Find the grouping of skills that you want to consider from such groups as Basic Skills, Communication Skills, Management Skills, Judgment Skills, Technical Skills, and others. You will rate the importance of these skills to your preferred occupation. From those selections you will receive a listing of occupations that match your requirements.

Tool # 2: Find Occupations in High-Growth, High Demand Occupations

Go to Go to the student section and click on Which industries are growing? From the listing of occupational groupings, select the one that is of interest to you. From there you can access specific information about an occupation including descriptive information, educational requirements, and career videos.

Tool #3: Determine Whether Your Job Aspirations Are Realistic

Go to and find the Career Tools box. Click on Employability Checkup and enter such information as your current educational level, desired salary and the state in which you would like to work. From that vantage point, find the area of the state you want to work, and then enter the occupation or job title. Following additional directions will give you an idea whether your job aspirations for the locale you selected are realistic or not.

Tool #4: Match a Major to Job Listings

Go to and identify the major that is of interest to you. Following further directions, you can obtain a display of occupations that are compatible with your selection and also find related jobs for which you can investigate and apply.

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