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Bridges to Jobs has been featured in the Oakland Tribune, The Contra Costa Times, The Argus, and Tri-City Voice newspapers. We have been featured several times as a Comcast Newsmaker on CNN Headline News.
Our group has also contributed to a national documentary on people who are over 50 and out of work and a several national university research projects.
Need a Speaker?
Why chose Chuck to speak? Chuck has helped people for many years in the area of financial literacy, and since 2008, as the Founder and Executive Director of Bridges to Jobs, he has used his dry sense of humor and been-there-done-that perspective to help people with the stress of being unemployed to acquire positive job acquisition skills.
Chuck’s common-sense view of what it is like to be out-of-work, his insight into the current economic situation, the economy's lack of a job creation engine and the positive information that he provides job seekers leaves his audiences inspired and encouraged.
He shows people how to craft their resumes to get through the pre-screeners, how to answer interview answers, how to use their body language and personal behaviors to positively affect their interview performance and how to increase their self-confidence.
As a published author, Chuck’s articles on body language, writing better job descriptions, developing a positive internet presence and the ADDIE training model have been linked on the Internet to numerous professional, national and international websites as well as having been cited in university research papers.
Chuck has also appeared as a guest on television discussing mental health matters for those going through the stress of unemployment, and the numerous classes he has created covering, among others, effective listening, building self-confidence and overcoming job loss grief help provide courage to face the day.
Chuck has presented his information across the San Francisco Bay Area thru community and career colleges, Silicon Valley employers, various adult education programs, the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD), community service organizations, in print, on television and has been recognized nationally for his teaching and training expertise.
To get more information about Chuck's availability, please contact him here.