This is a group for Temple Beth Elohim congregants interested in connecting with others in the business world. The goal of this community group is to allow an easy forum in which participants are able to help other community members in need.
Congregants at TBE are fortunate to be supported in so many aspects and transitions of our lives. From celebrating milestones to being supported by the community during illness and tragedy - TBE is deeply integrated into almost all aspects of our lives.
TBE Cares: Career Connections is a new initiative that will provide a way to help congregants feel supported by TBE in their professional lives, too. The goals of this new initiative are as follows:
- To create a way for interested members to network and establish professional connections
- To offer immediate, confidential support to people in career transition by choice or due to circumstances
- To provide education and resources to help members - from college students to older adults - be successful professionally (e.g., resume critique, interview do’s and don’ts, networking ideas)
Networking Opportunities (virtual)
Are you looking for a job? For employees? Do you want to know if someone at TBE is working at a company that you would like to work at? Are you a college student looking for an internship or need a job after graduation?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then we have the group for you! TBE Linkedin Professional Network. Come join us and see which direction your next journey can go in!
To join, please click on the “join” button on the group page here.
Career Transition Support
Immediate and confidential support is available for people who
- Are in need of help with tools to manage a current career situation,
- Could use a professional ear before making a career decision
If you or someone you know might benefit from a confidential meeting to process or plan a job situation, contact a TBE clergy member.
Networking and Educational Events (in person)
- JVS CareerSolution Boston offers a range of services, from navigating unemployment to advancing one's career. Their website is http://careersolution.org/.
- Newton Free Library has a variety of offerings, including a monthly "Jobs Seekers and Career Development Series", SCORE workshops, and an Employment and Training Resources class. The library's website is http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/.
- Institute for Career Transitions supports long-term unemployed individuals with coaching and conferences. Their website is http://ictransitions.org/.