The WIN Initiative offers job search and career planning workshops with an emphasis on building participants’ social- and self-awareness of factors influencing employment and job growth.
Skills addressed: Self-Awareness, Critical Thinking, Participation, Resilience, Persistence, Stress Management, Goal Setting
WIN Workshop Training Manual
The Work Intervention Network (WIN) Initiative was formed at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to address the challenges of a related unemployment crisis by a team of psychologists, sociologists, researchers, and career practitioners. They designed the WIN workshops to be used in tandem with currently available employment and career transition services or as a stand alone training. The evidence-based training uses a number of theoretical models showing that support and connection to others mitigates common issues and challenges often experienced by those in job or career transition. The WIN team provides research and development, as well as training, to practitioners working with people facing job loss and dislocation.
Adaptability & Flexibility
Critical & Creative Thinking
Leadership & Initiative