DARIEN, Conn. -- Morning and evening classes are being offered at the YWCA of Darien/Norwalk for women looking to get into the workforce.
The YWCA's Job Search Support program is offering assistance to new college graduates and women returning to the workforce by providing "guidance for women in all stages of the job search process," according to a press release. A free half-hour consultation is also being offered for reviewing resumes and job search discussion, according to the release.
The YWCA is also offering classes for "those who need to brush up on their computer skills" by offering programs that will teach Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher beginning Wednesday.
For more information about the Job Search Support program, residents are asked to go to the YWCA website's job search page or contact program coordinator Kate Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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