1424 Sherwood Forest St
Houston, TX 77043
Register here to join the ABF Career Alliance
on Saturday, April 29, from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
at The Branch School.
(Lunch is included.) Doors open at 9:00 a.m.
Whether you’re ready to take a step forward in your career or to help someone else, this event offers opportunities for exciting new career connections, inspiration, and the rewards that come from helping others.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in advancing their career: college students, recent grads, job seekers, career changers, and those willing to be career allies to others. ABF Career Alliance events are open to the entire Christian Science family, including those friendly to Christian Science.
*We’ll also be in Dallas on Thursday, Apri 27; and Austin, on Saturday, May 6, so please share this info with your friends and family!
- A keynote on how to develop your LinkedIn marketing plan, strategy, and style by John Gray, Vice President of Business Development for Probity Enterprises (to be confirmed)
- How to build valuable connections in informational interviews, a hands-on practice session led by Robin Jones, Manager of the ABF Career Alliance
- Two interactive panel discussions: one with successful Houston area professionals who will offer specific examples of how Christian Science has impacted their career, and one with recent graduates sharing how they navigated their career search and what they learned
- Multiple networking opportunities, including a networking lunch
- Job and career information hosted by Houston–and beyond–employers and ABF Career Alliance sponsors
About the ABF Career Alliance
Finding the right job or career path can be challenging in today’s world of impersonal online applications. Yet the top career search experts agree: the best opportunities come from one-to-one connections. That’s why the ABF Career Alliance was created. The ABF Career Alliance connects Christian Science job seekers (and those “friendly” to Christian Science) with seasoned professionals in their fields of interest, who are also Christian Scientists. These professionals, or “career allies,” are eager to share their knowledge, and at times their contacts, with their extended family-faith community.