Wednesday, April 20, 2016

COMING EVENTS AT RUSSELL LIBRARY, MAY 2016



 Russell Library
Russell Library 123 Broad St., Middletown, CT

 

COMING EVENTS AT RUSSELL LIBRARY



Russell Library Hours for May 2016
Russell Library, 123 Broad St. in Middletown is open 9am-8:30pm Monday through Thursday; 9am-6pm on Fridays; Saturdays 9am-5pm. The library is closed Monday, May 30 for the Memorial Day weekend.

All library programs are free of charge.

EXHIBITS

The Independent Day School
Throughout May, in the Lobby Case. Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. A sampling of three-dimensional clay pieces made by students of the Independent Day School in Middlefield, CT will be on display in our lobby case during the month of May. The artwork was created by students in Kindergarten through Eighth grade in the art studio of the school under the guidance of art teacher, Madeline Smith. We are delighted to be given this opportunity to share our work with the greater community.
Daron Sutton: Photography

Throughout May. Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Daron Sutton is a freelance photographer who enjoys shooting nature, landscapes, and architecture.


Rosa Ibarra: Paintings

Throughout May. Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. In her Artist’s statement, Ms. Ibarra’s says that her work “focuses on the magnificence of women and children; my inspiration is born of subtle beauties: a soft expression on a child's face, the radiation of strength, a quiet moment of contemplation.” 

She was born in Puerto Rico and educated in Paris with a degree of Fine Arts from the University of
Massachusetts. At the present, Rosa Ibarra paints and teaches art. She is very committed to bringing art to marginalized communities such as Latino women survivors of cancer, women recovering from alcohol and drug abuse and detained youth, creating murals and other public art works.

 

ONGOING PROGRAMS

The Russell Writers Online Forum.  Participate any day, any time, from the comfort of your own computer. Register and log in for this online writing group where you can post your work for critique, provide feedback for your fellow Russell Writers, exchange ideas and tips, and participate in the monthly writing prompts. Go to: http://russellwriters.freeforums.net. Beginning and experienced writers welcomed! For more information, contact Michele Rousseau at shellywriter@sbcglobal.net

PROGRAMS

Wonderful Ones Registration
Monday, May 2 at 9:00am. Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Babies 12-23 months and their caregivers will enjoy this lap-sit program that includes rhymes, songs, puppets, books and age-appropriate play.  This is a wonderful way for little ones to start their week.  Children should be 12 months old by the first class. The sessions are scheduled on Mondays through June 13, from 10:00 to 10:45am. Due to high demand this program is open to Middletown residents only. 
Registration is required, in person or by phone: 860-344-8479.

Book Voyagers
Mondays, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 6:00 – 7:00pm, Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. CTHumanities Book Voyagers presents: Tales from Around the World; an interactive four session discussion series for children in grades K-2.  Join educator/storyteller Sara deBeer as she guides you though the books: Anansi the Spider on May 2, How the Chipmunk Got His Stripes on May 9, The Paper Crane on May 16, and Strega Nona on May 23. Please call 860-344-8479, or stop by the Children’s Department of Russell Library for more information or to register!

Feng Shui with Gia Khalsa – Part 1
Tuesday, May 3, 5:30pm – 6:30pm. The Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Use the ancient art of Feng Shui to enhance your home and your life with the creative, exciting simple placement of color. Feng Shui is the Chinese art of placement for health, prosperity, happiness and peace. Understanding Feng Shui with Gia is easy. She brings this complicated and esoteric science down to earth in a user friendly way.
This is Part 1 of a two-part lesson in Feng Shui. Part 2 will be on Tuesday, May 10.
Sponsored by the City of Middletown Department of Health.
Drop-in, no registration.

The Dog Listener: Phil Klein
Wednesday, May 4, 6:30pm. The Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Certified Dog Listener Phil Klein will present a workshop on understanding and training your dog. Learn how canines see the world and the underlying reasons for unwanted behaviors like hyperactivity, destructive chewing, incessant barking, toileting in the house, jumping on guests, and aggression. Learn the four main areas of canine communications, including the leadership signals that will eliminate or minimize these behaviors and turn your dog into a relaxed, joyful companion. BRING YOUR QUESTIONS, BUT NOT YOUR DOG for an enlightening event!

Baby Rhyme Time
Wednesdays, May 4, 11, 18 & 25 at 1:30 pm. Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Looking for something to do with your infant or toddler?  Come join us for Baby Rhyme Time, a program for babies one year old and under and their caregivers.  We’ll sing songs and learn rhymes, finger plays and more in this fun, interactive program.
Ages: Babies – Birth to 12 months.
Drop-in, no registration required.

Twos are Terrific Registration
Wednesday, May 4 at 9:00am. Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Twos are Terrific registration begins Wednesday, May 4th at 9:00am, in person or by phone: (860) 344-8479 and continues until all slots are filled. Twos are Terrific is a program for two year olds and their caregivers that includes stories, songs, play, crafts and music. The sessions are scheduled on Wednesdays through June 15 from 10:00 to 10:45am.
Due to high demand for this program, registration is limited to Middletown residents only.
Ages: 24 months – 35 months and their caregivers.
Registration is required, in person or by phone: 860-344-8479.

Preschool Power Registration
Thursday, May 5 at 9:00am. Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Preschool Power registration begins Thursday, May 5th at 9:00am, in person or by phone: (860) 344-8479 and continues until all slots are filled. Preschool Power is a fun, energetic mix of stories, finger plays, puppets, music, dance, and crafts; we’ll also have time to just play! Come enjoy stories old and new. We’ll be using craft materials, so dress appropriately!
The sessions are scheduled on Thursdays through June 16 from 1:30 to 2:30pm.
Ages: 3 – 5 years of age.
Registration is required, in person or by phone: 860-344-8479.

We Were There: Writing Your Military Experiences
Thursdays May 5, 12, 19, and 26 at 7:00pm. Meeting Room 2 at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Author Elisabeth Petry will continue to lead The Veterans' Writing Group. This series, in its third year, invites Veterans to share their stories and photos in their own voices. All Veterans, either active or retired, are encouraged to come and share their experiences for their own benefit or to share with family and friends. We encourage new members to visit us this Winter to see what we are all about! Currently, we have servicemen from combat, and non-combat situations from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraqi Freedom. We hope to hear from other Iraq War Vets, and those who have served in Afghanistan. 
The group was asked to submit articles to the Wesleyan art magazine, The Subway Ride. They will be featured in the May issue on sound.  
Old Saybrook native Elisabeth Petry is a writer and former journalist and lawyer. Her first book, a collection of letters that she edited, was Can Anything Beat White?:A Black Family's Letters. Her second is At Home Inside: A Daughter’s Tribute to Ann Petry. She lives in Middletown with her husband, Lawrence Riley, who is a dog trainer and Commander of the American Legion Milardo-Wilcox Post 75, Middletown, Connecticut.
The workshop facilitator and contact person from the Russell Library is Christy Billings. She can be reached at (860) 347-2528 or
cbilling@russell.lioninc.org.
This program is being sponsored with funds from The Friends of the Russell Library.

First Saturday Favorite Stories and Crafts
Saturday, May 7, 10:00am. Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. It’s Favorite Stories Saturday!  On the first Saturday of every month, a Children’s Librarian will share her favorite stories with you! Drop by for stories and stay to make a craft together.  The stories are selected for the 3-5 year old audience and their caregivers, but siblings are welcome.  Get a great start on your first Saturday.  See you soon!
Drop-in, no registration.

Feet to the Fire Festival at the Riverfront
Saturday, May 7, 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Join Russell Librarians and staff at the Riverfront Festival to hear a good story and learn how to fish!
Sponsored by the City of Middletown and Wesleyan University.

World War I Digitization Day
Saturday, May 7, 10:00am - 2:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Russell Library is partnering with the Connecticut State Library and the Greater Middletown Military Museum to help preserve the history and memories of World War I.  You are invited to bring your keepsakes-photos, letters, souvenirs & more-to the Russell Library where they will be scanned, photographed, and returned to you.  The images will be preserved and available for research in the Connecticut Digital Archive. 
For more information about the event, please contact Denise Russo at Russell Library at 860-347-2528 or Christine Pittsley at the Connecticut State Library at 860-757-6517 or CTinWW1@ct.gov.

NOT Liberty and Justice For All: The Criminal Case of To Kill a Mockingbird
Monday, May 9, 7:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. This program will discuss the criminal trial of To Kill a Mockingbird and one of the most eloquent appeals for tolerance and justice.
Old Saybrook native Elisabeth Petry is a writer and former journalist and lawyer. She is a co-leader of the Russell Library Veteran's Writing group. Her first book, a collection of letters that she edited, was Can Anything Beat White?:A Black Family's Letters. Her second is At Home Inside: A Daughter’s Tribute to Ann Petry. She lives in Middletown.

Feng Shui with Gia Khalsa – Part 2
Tuesday, May 10, 5:30pm – 6:30pm. The Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Use the ancient art of Feng Shui to enhance your home and your life with the creative, exciting simple placement of color. Feng Shui is the Chinese art of placement for health, prosperity, happiness and peace. Understanding Feng Shui with Gia is easy. She brings this complicated and esoteric science down to earth in a user friendly way.
This is Part 2 of a two-part lesson in Feng Shui.
Sponsored by the City of Middletown Department of Health.
Drop-in, no registration.

Russell Readers
Tuesday, May 10, 7:00pm.  Meeting Room 2 at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. We will discuss “Everything That Rises Must Converge” by Flannery O’Connor from the collection 100 Years of the Best American Short Stories.  Discussions are based on the Great Books Foundation method in which readers talk in open gatherings, under a leader, about the great issues that have shaped civilization as reflected in the readings. The group meets the second Tuesday of each month from 7-8:20pm in Meeting Room 2. For more information about participating in the group or acquiring the text, contact Chantal Foster at (860)573-2946 or email Chantal.foster@comcast.net. 
The discussions are sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library.

Otakus - Anime / Manga Club
Tuesday, May 10 from 7 to 8 pm, in Meeting Room 3; the Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Do you enjoy anime, manga, cosplay, or gaming? Then Otakus is for you! Otakus is Russell Library’s teen group for fans of Anime, Manga and all things Japanese. Meeting twice a month, we view anime shorts, discuss our favorite manga series and explore the culture that has produced such art forms. Food, music, costumes, arts and other expressions of Japan are all parts of Otakus. This is a drop-in program, so come and enjoy the fun!
Ages 11 & up. No registration required

Cultural Connections Women’s Group
Wednesday, May 11, 5:30pm – 6:45pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Women of all nationalities are invited to come and meet other immigrant women in order to help one another adapt to American culture. Get help with local resources and network. Share stories, tips and make new friends.
Children are welcome. Fluency in English is not necessary.
Drop-in, no registration.

Metropolitan Klezmer: Quartet Special Concert
Thursday, May 12, 7:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Hailed as 'one of the finest American klezmer bands' by Songlines Magazine (UK), Metropolitan Klezmer performs an exhilarating range of musical treasures with astonishing agility and refreshing depth. MK's fifth album, Mazel Means Good Luck, was recorded live at The Emelin Theatre in 2014. Touring coast-to-coast and broadcast worldwide (on HBO, PRI, NPR, and others), this collaborative adventure of exceptional New York musicians under the leader ship of drummer-archivist Eve Sicular combines the best of downtown, classical and World Music scenes to create inspired interpretations and compositions around a panoply of eclectic Yiddish repertoire. 'Metropolitan Klezmer takes a scholarly approach to the genre's history, yet never skimps on the exuberance at its core.' (Time Out New York).
This concert is co-sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library and Congregation Adath Israel.

Friends of the Russell Library Book Sale – featuring gardening books
Friday, May 13, 9:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday May 14, 9:00am to 5:00pm., Children’s Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. This month’s Friends’ Book Sale will feature gardening books for adults as well as for children! The Friends’ book sales help the library with funding for a wide variety of programs. There are books for every kind of interest! CDs and DVDs are also available! Come support your library!

Tales That Only Look Tall: SOVA Theater
Saturday, May 14, 1:30pm.  The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Adelka Polak will perform her latest Sova Theater solo work, Tales that Only Look Tall, a collection of true stories about bizarre and beautiful encounters with wild animals through the seasons in rural CT. Her stories combine original dance, eclectic live music & sounds with handmade masks and puppets by artist/sculptor Justin Perlman. This event is perfect for all ages and the whole family. Adelka Polak is the founder and Artistic Director of SOVA Dance and Puppet Theater. She is a dancer, puppeteer, mask-performer and movement director whose work has traveled to Denmark, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, and Turkey.
All ages. Drop-in, no registration
This event is co-sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library and The Connecticut Guild of Puppetry.

Readers’ Theater: Good People
Monday, May 16, 7:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. In this play by David Lindsay-Abaire, the playwright pays his respects to his old South Boston neighborhood with this tough and tender play about the insurmountable class divide between those who make it out of this blue-collar Irish neighborhood and those who find themselves left behind. The scrappy characters grapple with a moral dilemma: is it strength of character or just a few lucky breaks that determines a person’s fate?
Reader’s Theater is live drama enacted by professional actors, directed by Richard B. Kamins.
Drop-in, no registration. 
Sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library

Hey, Boo (2012): One Book on the Riverbend Film Screening
Tuesday, May 17, 2:00pm and 6:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Fifty years after winning the Pulitzer Prize, To Kill a Mockingbird remains a beloved best seller and quite possibly the most influential American novel of the 20th century. Mary McDonagh Murphy's Hey, Boo explores the To Kill a Mockingbird phenomenon and unravels some of the mysteries surrounding Harper Lee, including her tumultuous friendship with Truman Capote, and the origin of her most memorable characters. It also brings to light the context and history of the novel's Deep South setting and the social changes it inspired after publication. Richard Alleva will lead discussion of the film.
All ages, drop-in, no registration.
Sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library.
Meet Your New Teen Librarian
Wednesday, May 17, 6:00pm. Teen Area, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown.
Drop by the Teen Area for pizza, ice cream, and other refreshments and meet YOUR Teen Librarian. Come find out about the exciting new programs being offered to teens and explore the teen area. We hope to see you here!
Parents and students in grades 7 to 12. No registration required

Family Game Night
Wednesday, May 18, 6:00 – 8:00pm. Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Come on down to Russell Library for Family Game Night. Try your hand at some oldie but goodie games; test your skills at something new.  Backgammon, checkers, chess & foosball will be some of the games on hand for you to enjoy!  Sit back and enjoy a simple game of cards if that’s your pleasure. 
All ages, no registration required, just a love of gaming the old fashioned way. 

Teen Tech Thursdays
Thursday, May 19, 3:30 pm. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. A new technology series for teens at the Russell Library is being launched. This Thursday, you can help enliven your teen area by creating book trailers for your favorite books! Using photos and videos you’ve taken, we will construct short films to encourage others to read your favorite books.
Grades: 7 to 12. Registration is required, in person or by phone, 860-347-2520.

Builders Club
Friday, May 20, 4:00pm. Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown.
Come build with your favorite interlocking blocks!  Each week we will have a challenge, and if you’re lucky, your creation will be chosen to be displayed in our glass case. 
We use very small builders pieces, so younger folks are encouraged to enjoy our toddler room during Builders Club.
Ages: 5 – 12, Drop-in, no registration.

Shakespeare On Screen: Film Series with Richard Alleva
Saturday, May 21, 1:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Macbeth in Japan? Shakespeare without the blank verse? But when Japan’s greatest movie director, Akira Kurosawa, puts the Scottish play on screen, and Japan’s greatest film actor, Toshiro Mifune, plays the bloodsoaked tyrant, verbal poetry gets replaced by visual poetry, and the result is stunning. The film series is part of the Shakespeare 400 Passport in partnership with ArtFarm.
Drop-in, no registration.
This series is funded by The Friends of the Russell Library.

Mindfulness for the Stressed and Depressed with Stephen Cuddy
Monday, May 23, 7:00pm. The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Stephen M. Cuddy will teach a workshop on how to achieve a state of mindfulness.
Cuddy defines mindfulness as: 1. The quality or state of being conscious or aware of something; and, 2. A mental state achieved by focusing awareness on the present moment while calmly acknowledging and accepting feelings, thoughts and bodily sensations.
Cuddy is a certified presenter and facilitator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. He presents on mindfulness and other health topics and promotes healthy living.
Sponsored by the City of Middletown Department of Health.
Drop-in, no registration.

Otakus - Anime / Manga Club
Tuesday, May 24, 7:00pm. Meeting Room 3, the Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Do you enjoy anime, manga, cosplay, or gaming? Then Otakus is for you! This evening, come learn about Steampunk, an offshoot of science fiction that focuses on 19th century technology, from Jennifer Eifrig, a local author who specializes in Steampunk fiction. Otakus is Russell Library’s teen group for fans of Anime, Manga and all things Japanese. Meeting twice a month, we view anime shorts, discuss our favorite manga series and explore the culture that has produced such art forms. Food, music, costumes, arts and other expressions of Japan are all parts of Otakus. This is a drop-in program, so come and enjoy the fun!
Ages 11 & up. No registration required

Chasing Justice Through the Ruins: Film Series with Richard Alleva
Tuesday, May 24, 12:00pm, Hubbard Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. The film today is: A Foreign Affair (1948). A congresswoman visits postwar Berlin and finds herself in an emotional and sexual triangle with a shady American officer and his even shadier German mistress. Director-writer Billy Wilder pits Jean Arthur against Marlene Dietrich in one of the funniest yet most disquieting comedies ever made. As one character puts it, 'The Germans have to be gracious. They’re too poor not to be gracious.”
World War II left much of Europe ruined. Great cities had been reduced to rubble, and the citizens of the defeated countries began to realize that their former leaders had perpetrated despicable acts. In our spring film series, Commonweal Magazine’s movie critic Richard Alleva introduces and analyzes four classics that capture the postwar situation in a way that’s both candid and thoroughly entertaining. In each movie a person tries to recover something precious that was stolen from him or her by the chaos of war. The remarkably varied selections include a thriller, a comedy, and two of the most heartbreaking dramas ever made. All showings are at twelve noon.
Drop-in, no registration 
Sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library

Zentangle for Teens: Chill Out Before Exams
Thursday, May 26, 6:00pm. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Middletown artist, Pam Hartz Miller, will be spending two hours helping you calm your anxiety before final exams by instructing you in a new art form called Zentangle. Zentangle is a form of art that encourages meditative thinking through patterns. 
Grades: 7 to 12. Registration is limited, please register in person or by phone, 860-347-2520.

Make a Flag or Pennant for the Memorial Day Parade!
May 28, 10:00am. Activity Room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown
Children and parents are invited to make their own flag to wave during Middletown's Memorial Day Parade! Wear an old shirt and prepare to get messy!
All ages. Drop-in, no registration.

Russell Library Marches in Middletown's Memorial Day Parade
May 30, 9:30am: Meet at McDonough School if you wish to join with the Russell Library staff while we march down Main Street and help to commemorate all of those who served in the defense of our country.

COMPUTER CLASSES

Microsoft Word Basics
Wednesday, May 4, 9:30 to 11:30am. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. This class is designed for those new to word processing. Learn how to create, format, save/open and cut/copy and paste documents. Basic keyboard knowledge is desirable. Prior use of mouse is required.
Drop-in, no registration.

Microsoft Excel Basics
Tuesday, May 10, 9:30 to 11:30 am. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Those attending this class should be comfortable putting information into a computer using the keyboard, navigating and selecting on the screen with a mouse, as well as using Microsoft Windows and navigating from window to window. We highly recommend that you take Introduction to Computers and Microsoft Word Basics first. Patrons can expect to learn the Microsoft Excel basics about file managing, creating, editing, formatting and navigating spreadsheets, and how to make simple calculations. 
Drop-in, no registration.

Introduction to the Internet
Wednesday, May 18, 9:30 to 11:30 am. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Learn how to search the Internet more effectively in this hands-on introductory class. Basic search techniques and tools will be demonstrated. For those with little or no computer experience we recommend taking the Introduction to Computers class before taking this class. 
Drop-in, no registration.

Introduction to PowerPoint Basics
Tuesday, May 24 from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. Before taking this class, you should have a good understanding of Microsoft Windows or have taken Introduction to Computers and Word Basics. You will learn how to create, modify and run a PowerPoint presentation.
Drop-in, no registration.

Introduction to Computers
Monday, May 23, 9:30 to 11:30 am. Meeting Room 3, Russell Library, 123 Broad St., Middletown. This hands-on class is for the beginner who has little or no experience using a computer. It will introduce you to the basics of computer terminology and the popular word processing program Microsoft WORD. There are no prerequisites for this class.
Call for information at (860) 347-2520. Drop-in, no registration.

JOB & CAREER PROGRAMS

Job Group
Thursdays May 5, 12, 19, and 26 at 9:30 am. – noon, The Hubbard Room at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Each Thursday a different topic related to careers is discussed. Presenters range from local business people to nationally renowned authors and career counselors. A one-hour networking session follows the presentation.

What’s New in the Job World? – with Dr. Marcia LaReau
Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Hubbard room, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Changes in the job market are changing the landscape of the employment process. Today we are seeing more contract and temporary positions. Are they the new norm? What about the global economy?  Do the free trade agreements affect you and your chances to find employment? Are you concerned that your job may be at risk…again? Come and find out what you need to understand the new “rules of engagement” on the employment scene. Learn how the Great Recession has affected business models and what they means for your career. Bring your questions about your future employment.
Registration is requested but not required.
Sponsored by The Russell Library Job and Career Group.

Sign up at the Information Desk or by calling 860-347-2520. For more information, contact Bob Carlson or Jeff Grant: 860-347-2528 x121 (office); 860-347-2520 (general), or Email: rcarlson@russell.lioninc.org or jgrant@russell.lioninc.org.

Practice Job Interviews
Improve your interviewing skills and get the job you want. Bob Carlson will assist you by conducting and evaluating your practice interview. Videotaping the session is optional and confidential. 1-hour sessions are available. Register by calling 860-347-2520.

Resume Review
Russell Library offers confidential resume review and critiquing two Saturdays each month from 9:30am – 1:30pm with Tracy Nixon Moore, business professional and consultant. 1-hour appointments are available.. Remember to bring your resume. Register by calling 860-347-2520.

Career Coaching
James Kubat, an associate director of the Wesleyan Career Center, gives private, confidential career coaching through 1-hour appointments Monday evenings from 6 – 8 p.m. Remember to bring your resume. Register by calling 860-347-2520.

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