Free Workshops on Finances & Careers

October 3, 2018 | Adult Services

People who are looking to manage their finances efficiently should plan to attend Albany Public Library’s free financial workshops in  October. Registration is recommended. Please call the host library to sign up for each workshop.

FINANCIAL RECOVERY
Oct. 3 (Wed) | 6:00-7:00 pm
North Albany Branch | 616 North Pearl St. | (518) 463-1581
Participants will learn ways to develop a personal financial recovery plan for a more suitable future. This free program is presented by Woodforest National Bank. Register by calling (518) 463-1581.

LOAN TO OWN
Oct. 9 (Tues) | 1:00-2:00 pm
North Albany Branch | 616 North Pearl St. | (518) 463-1581
This workshop will teach participants about predatory lending practices and how to protect themselves as they research lending options. This free program is presented by Woodforest National Bank. Register by calling (518) 463-1581.

GET THE EDGE IN EMPLOYMENT AND BUSINESS: BUILD YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL BRAND
Oct. 11 (Thurs) | 6:00-7:30 pm
Washington Ave. Branch|161 Washington Ave. | (518) 427-4303
Attendees will learn how to build their brand using an elevator speech, business cards, working a room, and unlocking the three “Circles of Influence.” Integrating social media into a comprehensive networking strategy will also be discussed. This free program is presented by Tom Denham of Careers in Transition, LLC. Register by calling (518) 427-4303.

CREATE A VISION BOARD TO HELP DECIDE YOUR NEXT MOVE IN LIFE
Oct. 13 (Sat) | 10:30 am-12:00 pm
Washington Ave. Branch|161 Washington Ave. | (518) 427-4303
The vision board is a powerful goal-setting tool to help participants clarify what they need, want, and value for the future. All materials will be provided to create a vision board. This free program is presented by Tatiana Gjergi of Noteworthy Resources. Register by calling (518) 427-4303.

Stephanie Simon

Stephanie Simon is APL's public information officer, and manages the library's communications, public relations, and marketing efforts. No, she isn't a librarian, but feels as if she's among her people here at the library.