LONGMONT, Colo. – Moving through your teens and early twenties can be tough. Sometimes it seems like everyone else has their life figured out while you’re still deciding what to have for lunch. Newsflash: No one has it all figured out, but some people are better equipped to tackle the challenges of young adulthood. The Library is offering a new workshop series to help local young adults join those who are better equipped. This new life coaching series, designed especially for older teens and early to mid-twentysomethings, will help young adults get a handle on their career plans, social life, and health so that they can launch their life into the orbit they desire.
Workshops will meet the first Monday of each month from February to May at 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Each month’s workshop has a different theme or topic:
- February 5: Learn about Careers that are a Good Fit for You, with Jane McKean, MA , GCDF Career Counselor
- March 5: Learn Tricks to Stay Confident and Ready for Anything! with Dr. Shayna Brody Whitehouse, Licensed Psychologist
- April 2: Don’t Just Survive, Thrive! with Karrie Bach, RD, CSSD Performance and Medical Dietitian
- May 7: Use Your Time to Create a Life that Fits You, with Sheila Kiechlin, Professional Coach and Organizer
More details of the workshop sessions are available on the Library website. This program will be held upstairs in the Unquiet Study Area. No registration is required, and attendees may attend all, a few, or even just one workshop session. So tell all the young adults you know, and encourage them to attend. Then, they might be the ones making it all look so easy.
This is a news release issued by the Longmont Public Library and is published by the Longmont Observer as a public service.