SEATTLE, WA. – City University of Seattle has partnered with ProLango Consulting Inc. to offer affordable career seminars throughout 2014. Both are leaders in their industry whose focus is on preparing working adults for their next career move and couldn’t be more proud to join efforts and offer more robust solutions to job seekers and professionals. According to Christopher Ross, CityU’s VP of Advancement, “CityU is thrilled to partner with ProLango. Like CityU, ProLango continually expands professional development offerings, and with this partnership both organizations are better able to serve its community. CityU students and alumni now have a rich career service offering, and ProLango clients have more opportunities to advance themselves through certificate and degree programs. It truly is a win/win.”
ProLango’s advice has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Business Week, USA Today, The Seattle Times, and seen on the ABC, FOX, and NBC networks. They host free seminars, workshops and career mixers monthly – many of which will take place at CityU’s Seattle or Bellevue campus. The next large mixer is happening at CityU’s Seattle campus on Feb. 11 at 5:00 p.m. Attendees to this free event will receive career advice and be able to network with hiring managers around the Puget Sound.
About ProLango Consulting Inc.
ProLango Consulting is a boutique career management and outplacement firm, which helps develop strategic plans for candidates to find employment. Instead of cookie-cutter career advice found elsewhere, ProLango interviews human resources and hiring managers in the Puget Sound area and shares this behind-the-scenes information with its clients. ProLango clients have found employment months faster than the industry average with this “insider” information. Since 2009, ProLango has trained more than 15,000 professionals-in-transition. ProLango is among the few career transition companies known for continuously researching and teaching the latest strategies as opposed to the decade-old cookie-cutter career advice found elsewhere.
For more information about ProLango visit www.prolango.com.