Friday, June 9

Hadley Web Seminar on Employment

Greetings. I received the following announcement via email. Please excuse any formatting errors. Enjoy.

June 7, 2006

The Hadley School for the Blind
(800) 323-4238

Best-Selling Author to Give Web Seminar on Employment Richard Nelson
Bolles, author of the best-selling job-hunting book in history, "2006:
What Color is Your Parachute?" will participate in
series of Internet lectures hosted by The Hadley School for the Blind,
at 3:30 p.m. Central Time, Thursday, June 15. Participants can listen to
Mr. Bolles field questions on finding a successful career, disabilities
in the workplace and connecting to your spiritual life.

This seminar is free, but registration is required for this interactive
seminar. To register, go to
and follow
the "Registration" link. You will receive a confirmation e-mail
containing instructions to log in to the seminar. Please note
registration will only be taken online, and not by phone.

The 2006 edition of "What Color Is Your Parachute?" addresses finding
meaningful work and discovering your life's mission. His motivation for
the book was to make job information easily accessible.

Born in Milwaukee, Mr. Bolles is hailed as "America's top career expert"
by Modern Maturity Magazine, and "the one responsible for the
renaissance of the career counseling profession in the United States
over the past decade" by Money Magazine. He has sold more than 8 million
books. The Library of Congress recently placed "Parachute" on its list
of "25 books that have shaped readers lives" throughout history. The
only other living author on that list is Maya Angelou.

Technical requirements to participate in the seminar are:
For Windows: Windows98, ME, 2K, XP or 2003 (XP recommended) system,
Pentium 3 500 MHz or better CPU, 512 MB RAM, Internet Explorer 6 or
FireFox, JavaScript and cookies enabled in the browser, 56K or faster
Internet connection (broadband recommended), full duplex audio device,
speakers, and microphone (optional).

For Macintosh: Mac OS 10.3 system or later, 512 MB Ram, Safari or
FireFox browser, JavaScript and cookies enabled in the browser, 56 K or
faster Internet connection (broadband recommended), full duplex audio
device, speakers, and microphone (optional).

Editor's Note: The Hadley School for the Blind is the single largest
worldwide distance educator of blind and visually impaired people. Since
its founding by William Hadley and Dr. E.V.L. Brown in 1920, all of
Hadley's distance education courses have been provided free of charge.
Today, the school serves more than 10,000 students annually in all 50
states and 100 countries. Hadley relies on contributions from
individuals, foundations and corporations to fund its programs. Visit us
on the Web at

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