We're here to help. Figuring out the next steps in your career and putting your goals into action can seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be. People often talk about pursuing their passions – something that's easier said than done. Many don't know where to begin or find themselves in a career that doesn't align with their values. According to a recent survey from Capital One*, more than three-quarters of Americans have taken a job at some point in their career that didn't align with their values, but the vast majority of Americans think that it's important that their career path aligns with their personal values.
We're partnering with "The LA Girl", Gwen Lane, to host a series of Money Workshops – empowering you to put your best foot forward towards your next career step. Gwen quit her corporate job to pursue her passion of being a fashion and lifestyle blogger. We're excited to work with her to help others pursue their passions as their careers, too.
Check out our lively Mapping Your Own Career Path panel discussion that featured thought leaders from Capital One, Zappos, LinkedIn and more. Panelists shared tips in entrepreneurship, personal branding and how you can tap into your values—at any stage of your career—to plan your next career move.
Mapping Your Own Career Path Workshops
Hosted by Gwen Lane of The L.A. Girl
For many, figuring out a career plan or bringing career goals to fruition can feel a bit overwhelming. During this workshop series, lifestyle blogger Gwen Lane will host a robust curriculum with interactive programming, games, sharing and more—all geared toward empowering you with skill sets you need to map your own career path.
Charting your own course isn’t always easy, but it can be very rewarding. Join these entrepreneurs as they share their success stories—and pick up a little inspiration for that big step you’re about to take.
*The Capital One Survey was conducted by Wakefield Research (www.wakefieldresearch.com) among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults ages 18+, between May 16th and 19th, 2017, using an email invitation and an online survey. Quotas have been set to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the U.S. adult population ages 18+.