Back to the Future: Bring the best of your past into your retirement

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Dec 16, 2012 Comments Off on Back to the Future: Bring the best of your past into your retirement

Online Webinar
Thursday, January 17, 2013, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Retirement! Retirement can be anything you want it to be. However, choosing among the endless options and choices can be daunting. How will I spend my time? Will I get bored? Do I really want to spend my retirement the way my parents did? Let’s begin to answer these questions…

Back to the Future will provide a framework for transitioning into retirement or finding a new career while in retirement. Hear from Jason Levin (MBA’06), career and outplacement coach at Ready, Set, Launch, LLC, as he outlines how you can take a structured approach to retirement both by uncovering your past successes and aligning them with your current motivations and passions. Additionally, he will answer these questions:

• What practical tools can I use to begin thinking about retirement on my own terms?
• How do I go about taking these ideas and make a practical plan to retire in a realistic time frame?
• How can I transition my skill set into an encore career?

Jason will also be giving away two free coaching sessions. To be eligible, answer one of the following questions by January 4, 2013:
• What is your biggest concern/fear about your retirement transition?
• What is your current perception of retirement?
• Beyond finances, describe what planning have you done for your retirement transition?

Feel free to email answers to Jason,, along with your year and school. If selected, you will receive a one-hour coaching session over the phone.

Jason Levin founded Ready, Set, Launch, LLC after a 15-year career in brand management at Unilever, consulting at Accenture and employer branding at Career and outplacement coaching is his passion. He works with clients who are late in their careers, in mid-career transition, reentering the workforce or just graduating from undergraduate or graduate school. He helps his clients land that next job, get a promotion, make a career change or transition into retirement.

DC Event Type: Educational

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