Human resources consultant offers free coaching to Dorian survivors

As many Abaco and Grand Bahama residents try to recover in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, a human resources consultant is offering priceless coaching and job placement opportunities to those who may have lost everything in the storm.

Simmone L. Bowe, who is a consultant with consulting firm Limitless Life, said the best way to help residents who were impacted by the storm get back on their feet is by helping them find employment.

“We want to offer career coaching to the participants on effective resume writing, interviewing skills, setting career goals and just supporting them through what is a very difficult transition. We hope that companies around The Bahamas will continue to open their doors to these professionals that need to restart their lives,” Bowe said.

The free work-readiness seminar, scheduled for this weekend, is designed to connect job seekers from Abaco and Grand Bahama with employment opportunities.

“I think we have all been affected and want to help. I decided to use my gifts to help in ways that are needed as well,” Bowe said.

“The lineup includes one-on-one sessions with human resources professionals, pre-screening interviews, resume writing and printing sessions and career coaching sessions. Participants will also receive lunch.

“So, if you’re from Abaco or Grand Bahama and looking to get work ready, then this one-day career coaching workshop will benefit you greatly.”

The seminar will be held on Saturday, September 28 at Synergy Bahamas on Shirley Street, starting at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Paige McCartney

Paige joined The Nassau Guardian in 2010 as a television news reporter and anchor. She has covered countless political and social events that have impacted the lives of Bahamians and changed the trajectory of The Bahamas. Paige started working as a business reporter in August 2016. Education: Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2006 with a BA in Radio and Television News

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