Career counseling online is offered by many people from many different backgrounds. Some have the knowledge and experience to give great advice, others do not.
It is crucial to evaluate career counseling online services before you jump in and take anyone's advice.
Below, you'll find an outline of my own professional background for your review.
I'm a career specialist with over 7 years of career counseling experience and 5 years of teaching experience. My areas of specialization include vocational rehabilitation (working with injured workers), as well as working with experienced workers, internationally trained professionals and clients who are long term unemployed.
Prior to launching my own business, I worked as a vocational rehabilitation case manager. This role involved:
For five years, I facilitated job search and career management workshops. My responsibilities in this position included:
My education includes:
A selected list of professional development courses and seminars includes:
For those of you with a keen eye for detail who noticed my music degree and wondered how that fit into the mix, I started my career as a music teacher. I taught music and adult education for 5 years, and then the shift from teaching to career counseling was a quite logical and natural development and a good fit with my personal and professional priorities.
Please keep in mind, this is not my resume, I'd structure that quite differently (you'll find resume ideas here). It's a summary of my professional background that I've provided because I firmly believe that if you are trusting me to provide you with career counseling online tips, you deserve to be given the respect of knowing the experience and education of the person who is providing you with those career counseling online resources and tips.