Events

Info session: CL network

An info session Tuesday, Jan 30th at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT

Attend on zoom here:
https://zoom.us/j/5272755568

Learn more about the Career Linguist Network: A community for career linguists to encourage and learn from one another; to support career development; and to stay inspired about the field of study that connects us!

This platform (hosted on Mighty Networks) enables the bringing together all into one space a bunch of different kinds of things that I have been (and have been wanting to have been) doing for a while now including: weekly Working sessions (where we come together to get stuff done!!!), biweekly Check-ins (structured unstructured time to make space for connection, discovery, and opportunity), and Themed discussions:  book club discussion of Adam Grant’s Give and Take and interactive sessions on storytelling for career.  The Stories Around the Campfire series will now be hosted here (linguists sharing stories about work), and we also have mentors who have made themselves available to field questions about chosen topics and professional fields of practice.

Membership is only $15/month for a wealth of resources, inspiration, and opportunities. Save $ by ordering the annual plan for $149.99 and test it out for a week for free at any time!

Read what people are saying about the CL Network:

I find the CL network a group of interesting and engaging career-minded individuals that are invested in not only working on their own area of expertise but also curious to hear about and provide support, if applicable, to their fellow members. The women who participate weekly in the work sessions I have attended, act as a team of accountability partners that seem to keep me on track and allow me to mutually provide support for them. Anna Marie Trester, our host, is always engaging, providing a gentle guidance that allows us to focus on the work at hand in a structured group environment, using our stated intention to propel us effortlessly through our chosen assignment for each session. Because we are using the pomodoro method, of 20 minute intervals, it seems to take some of the pressure off, allowing me to concentrate on this chunk of work, rather than stressing over the full project. In the past few weeks of attending the CL work sessions, I have managed to accomplish more of my project than I have alone in a much longer time frame. I thoroughly enjoy this process and am grateful to Dr. Trester for creating such an inviting, congenial, interactive environment for peers to accomplish their goals.