Students and the public can meet representatives from several local health care employers at the Allied Health Job Fair. The fair will run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 4 in the Mt. Townsend Room of the Student Union building.
Representatives are recruiting for part time, full time, on call and temporary jobs in health care.
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., attendees can learn about their health at the Health Information part of the fair. Visit the Mt. Constance, Mt. Olympus and Mt. Townsend rooms at the Student Union to get your blood pressure, body composition, fitness levels and lung capacity checked.
Attendees can also learn about health topics that include chronic disease, infectious disease, nutrition, eating disorders and fitness.
Students wrestling with a low GPA can learn to create and track goals for success at an Employment Readiness Scale workshop.
The workshop will run from 1-3 p.m. Feb. 25 in Building 10, Room 105.
The workshop helps students meet educational and employment objectives. It teaches goal setting and strategies to cope with challenge.
RSVP is required – e-mail workshop facilitator Robyn Richins at email@example.com.
For information, see: http://womenswkfirst.highline.edu/Workshops.php
Tanya Powers, Workforce Education Service’s program manager, will leave the Workforce office this week to start a new job as Director of Applied Baccalaureate and Workforce Education at Highline.
Tanya has served as program manager for Workforce for the past year and half. She came to Highline from Seattle Central Community College, where she worked in Workforce Education and taught in the Bachelor of Applied Behavioral Science program. She is currently completing her doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Seattle University.
In her new position, Tanya will no longer supervise the Workforce office. Loyal Allen, Workforce advisor, will serve as interim manager.
We wish the best of luck to Tanya. She will be missed!