Seattle, WA (PressExposure) October 08, 2012 -- Job seekers needing to reinvent themselves for today's challenging economy may not have funds available to pay for the services of a career coach. Just in time, Seattle-based career counselor/coach Halimah Bellows, MA, MS, CPC has designed a set of CAREER QUEST CARDS TM that offer a unique and affordable strategy for developing a fulfilling new career. She will be demonstrating the cards at a workshop on Saturday, October 27 from 1:00 to 3:30 at Skin Deep Dance Studio, 2524 16th Ave S #311 in Seattle.
Packaged in a convenient, portable 4-and-one-half-by-6-inch clear plastic box, the set of 24 CAREER QUEST CARDS TM provides a distillation of 30 key career-coaching exercises. The cards are color-coded in five categories, allowing an individual the flexibility to work with the cards randomly or use them in a sequence that suits his or her own learning style. Career coaches and counselors, career development professionals and outplacement consultants, as well as high school guidance counselors and advisors can also utilize the CAREER QUEST CARDS TM in working with their students or clients. The package of cards includes suggestions for using the exercises interactively with individuals or organizing workshops where people work together as partners or in small groups. Young people in particular may find the colorful cards more fun than reading a book about career development.
To register for the CAREER QUEST CARDS TM© Workshop on October 27, go to http://www.skindeepdance.com/workshops. The cost of the workshop is $45, and a set of the cards is included in the price. Halimah Bellows is a seasoned career counselor/coach with more than twenty years of experience as well as an educator and educational planner for colleges and non-profits on the West Coast. She is available for counseling, coaching or presentations at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.595-7927. More information about CAREER QUEST CARDS TM is available at http://www.careerquestcards.wordpress.com.