Kristen Mitrakis and Leonaura Rhodes Get to know… The pair will lead a six-part complimentary session on how best to find a job. Kristen Mitrakis and Leonaura Rhodes, of New Canaan Career and Transition Services. The pair will lead a six-part complimentary session on how best to find a job. Photo: Justin Papp / Hearst Connecticut Media Image 2 of 2 Leonaura Rhodes teaches a class at a job-seekers workshop. Leonaura Rhodes teaches a class at a job-seekers workshop. Photo: Contributed / Hearst Connecticut Media Get to know… Kristen Mitrakis and Leonaura Rhodes 1/2 Back to Gallery NEW CANAAN Unemployment is a scary, frustrating reality at any stage in life. interview skillsTo make matters worse, the monotony of job boards and online applications, often filed from the isolation of home, can be detrimental to ones mental health, according to Kristen Mitrakis and Leonaura Rhodes of New Canaan Career and Transition Services .
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