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A consultant is someone who provides skills, a service, or expert advice to others. For some professionals, this can be a new way to stay busy and earn income–especially when full-time employment opportunities are not available. This Job-Seekers Workshop, presented by Special Guest Speaker, David Schuchman, highlights the benefits and differences between being employed vs. contract engagements–and, it explains the steps you need to follow to pursue a path to working as a consultant.
About David Schuchman:
David Schuchman is an Information Technology professional with a true passion for technology implementation, as well as applications design, development, and IT operations. He has more than 30 years of experience and spent the last 12 years of his corporate career as an IT leader in the financial services, transportation, and healthcare industries. Presently, David is an Information Technology services, training, and management consultant with his own company, Princeton Technology Advisors, LLC which offers support, quality of service, and the desire to learn the in-depth knowledge of each client’s marketplace, organization and culture.
David is an active leader in the job-seeker support community. He is the current Executive Chair of the Professional Service Group of Mercer County in Princeton, NJ. In addition, David is a co-facilitator for New Jersey Job-Seekers in Princeton, NJ. And he is on the boards of The Career Support Group at St. Gregory the Great in Hamilton, NJ and The Breakfast Club of New Jersey in East Brunswick, NJ. He is often requested to present topical programs and IT training classes to business groups, adult schools, job-seeker support groups, and public libraries.
This online workshop is FREE and open to the public. Advance registration is required. To register to attend, please click here.
For more information, please contact Meryl Kanner at 862-704-2233 or click here.
JVS Job-Seekers Workshops are made possible thanks to the generosity of the Kosloski Family Foundation in memory of Helene Kosloski.