Friday, January 02, 2009

Working on the road both earns and saves money

Getting that first Workamper job is the focus of Workamper® University’s Workamping 101:
Getting Your First Workamper Job. The six-session course, beginning on January 24, 2009, will be held using’s Webinar technology. Participants will both see and hear the presentation using their computer screen to see the instructor and visuals and their telephone to listen and speak. Classes will be recorded so participants can listen and watch at their
convenience if they miss a live session.

Instead of spending money to travel, RVers who work on the road, also known as Workampers®, can earn money to pay their living expenses and add to their savings. Working or volunteering on the road can also reduce expenses. Some jobs provide a free or reduced-cost RV site and workers spend less on fuel and entertainment since they are in one place.

Workers may also get valuable perks.

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak will lead participants through a process that will enable them to:
• identify what they have to offer Workamper employers and discover why they are valuable.
• discover what they want in a job and identify 20 or more potential employers and learn how to research them.
• figure out how much money they need and have the tools to evaluate a job offer to compute real compensation.
• translate past experience and skills into a dynamite Workamping resume that attracts Workamper employers.
• learn how to identify those employers and to ask the right questions.

Go to for complete curriculum, class hours and dates, tuition and list of free bonuses to participants.

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