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Adapting to the New World of Work By Taking Charge of your Career (CS #59) TIME CHANGE: 5:30-8:30PM

Jayne Mattson, SVP of Keystone Associates will talk about how to prepare yourself for your next career move and take charge of your career!

Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

TIME CHANGE: 5:30-8:30pm (5:30-7:30pm-networking at the Alumni & Student Back To School Celebration). If you would like to attend this celebration, register here. Jayne's presentation will be from 7:30-8:30pm.

Venue: MIT Sloan, Building E62, Room 223

Parking: The closest parking lot is the Hermann Garage. When you turn into the E62 parking lot from Wadsworth Street, the garage is the very first right. It is a small garage without a gate. It is directly under the library. Another option is the Amherst Street/E51 lot. For more information, click here.


The world of work has changed where career professionals will change jobs more frequently either by their own decision or the company's. In either situation, you need to be prepared on how you will approach your next career move. People's lives are busy enough balancing work and family without adding time for their career. Jayne Mattson will talk about what you can and need to do to "take charge of your own career”.

Jayne Mattson is Senior Vice President of Keystone Associates and site lead for the Southborough, MA office. In her role at Keystone, Jayne consults with professionals and executives from a diverse range of industries and specializes in mid-career change, pre-retirement planning, and career self-assessment. She is a Certified Retirement Coach and Master Consultant through Career Partners International, and brings over 15 years of corporate experience from Millipore Corporation, and her private practice prior to joining Keystone Associates. At Millipore, Jayne was responsible for managing the company’s Global Engineering Documentation System.  

A skilled trainer and facilitator, Jayne has applied her expertise in developing and leading dynamic career enrichment seminars. In addition, Jayne frequently authors articles on numerous career topics; her work has appeared on, Monster, Career Builder, as well as in print publications including the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Jayne is a frequent speaker at conferences like Bryant University Women's Summit and she received an Innovation of the Year Award from the Council of Aging for the development of an employment program, Wisdom Works.


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