ABF Career Alliance events this year were epic–Here are some highlights!

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • The locations of our 2018 events will be announced later this fall. In the meantime…
  • Everybody who attended events in Seattle, Walnut Creek, Dallas, Houston, Austin and Chicago had a blast! What could be better than half days filled with inspiration, connections, and career building?
  • We have now hit the1,000+ participant milestone!  That means we have more than 1,000 Career Allies, Job Seekers, and Students who are building connections, communities, and careers with us. 
  • Through the ripple effect of connection upon connection, the Career Alliance reaches thousands morepeople nationwide – people who have not registered, but are serving as connections to Job Seekers. Those connections draw together and empower the entire Christian Science community.
  • We are proud to announce, for the first time, that we are supported by a group of values-driven sponsors. A portion of Career Alliance activities is made possible by funding from these sponsors. As part of the Career Alliance community,we would like to ask that, when appropriate, you might help us return the blessing by supporting them with your business.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

These ABF Career Alliance events are sponsored by individual Christian Scientists who value our work to build an active, dynamic career community whose members share the common bond of Christian Science. Learn more about the benefits of being an ABF Career Alliance sponsor.

MORE ABOUT THE ABF CAREER ALLIANCE

Finding the right job or career path can be challenging in today’s world of impersonal online applications. Yet the top career search experts agree: the best opportunities come from one-to-one connections. That’s why the ABF Career Alliance was created. The ABF Career Alliance connects Christian Science job seekers (and those “friendly” to Christian Science) with seasoned professionals in their fields of interest, who are also Christian Scientists. These professionals, or career “allies” are eager to share their knowledge, and at times their contacts, with their extended family-faith community.