SAGEWorks Boot Camp Wants LGBT Job Seekers 40+

Free job training for LGBTs over 40.


Are you an older lesbian who feels overskilled in today’s workforce?Are you over 40 and have been out of work and need to brush up on today’s skills? Don’t worry, SAGEWorks, the peak body that assists our 40+ LGBTs, can help!

If you are highly motivated and dedicated in your search in your employment, then SAGEWorks wants you as a new recruit in its Free SAGEWorks Boot Camp at The SAGE Center, 305 7th Avenue, in Manhattan.
The first session starts on September 8. Subject to confirmation, future dates are as follows: October 27, January 12, March 2, April 27 and June 8.

This two-week program is an intensive training course designed to provide participants with essential skills that will lead them to job placement. In return, these “troops” are expected to complete the entire course schedule (Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., with times subject to change).

Howard Leifman will be the Boot Camp instructor. A Career and Executive Coach/Psychotherapist, Leifman has been working with individuals and organizations for over 20 years assisting them on their individual and human resources issues.He currently works with a number of consulting firms and their clients, as well as managing a private practice and teaching at both NYU and LIM Colleges.

Enrollment in this ongoing Boot Camp is based on application. To be considered, potential candidates are required to fully complete the registration form below.

All applicants will be notified by email on their enrollment status. Those who aren’t selected to participate in SAGEWorks Boot Camp will still have access to other SAGEWorks services including one-on-one job coaching and workshops. To apply, click here:

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