SHREWSBURY, NJ – Information Technologist David Schuchman will present a program on how to leverage professional expertise to move forward in a chosen career on Wednesday, March 29, at 10 a.m.
“What to do when you can’t do what you used to do,” will be presented at the Eastern Branch of the Monmouth County Library, Route 35, and will examine how job functions have changed over the years and now require professional skills never before used.
Schuchman will speak on applications design, development and Information technology operations, and how today’s worker can capitalize on his own resources and combine them with new technology to get ahead in his chosen field.
Schuchman is a management and training consultant and owns his own firm, Princeton Technology Advisors, LLC.
No registration is required for attendance at the program, which is being offered at no charge. The program is sponsored by Neighbors helping Neighbors, a peer-led job search support and networking group targeted to adults in career transition. They meet at the library every Wednesday morning.
For further information on this and all other programs at the Monmouth County library, visit www.monmouthcountylib.org.