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Career empowerment curriculum: Being safe during the job search and at work
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The Career Empowerment Curriculum was designed by Women Employed and The Allstate Foundation particularly for survivors of domestic violence. The curriculum helps them feel safe and confident throughout the process of getting a job, to help them elevate their thinking from “just getting a job” to “starting a career” and to do so in a way that fully acknowledges the particular challenges that survivors often face. The curriculum refers to many different career types, such as blue collar and white collar, and is relevant for survivors with any skill set.
Author: The Allstate Foundation
Topic: Best practices, Curriculum & Training
Publisher: Allstate Foundation
Location: United States
Format: Curriculum
Content Type: Programs
Publication Date: December 31, 2014