New Canaan CaTS Career Questions

  • Are you actively looking for new employment opportunities?
  • Are you working but not happy?
  • Are you anticipating a change in your employment status?
  • Do you want to do something different, even pursue your dreams?

At New Canaan CaTS, we believe you can find work that you really like.  And WE CAN HELP!   
What is New Canaan CaTS?
New Canaan Career Transition Support (“CaTS”) consists of volunteers from two New Canaan, Connecticut churches--  First Presbyterian and St. Mark’s Episcopal--  who provide free, positive and informative assistance to those in job transition.
New Canaan CaTS History:

New Canaan CaTS was founded in 1989 at First Presbyterian by William “Mac” Walker to supply career management resources for the community.  Mac firmly believed that an individual who develops a personal job search plan is likely to make a quicker, more successful change.

At about the same time, Jim Lisher started a group at St. Mark’s Episcopal with a similar charter.  A few years later, the two groups merged to better focus their combined resources to help job searchers in Connecticut and beyond.

Over the ensuing years, CaTS has continually enhanced the services available to those faced with a change in employment.  In addition to its signature bi-weekly workshops, CaTS maintains a comprehensive web site (, offers abundant networking opportunities and provides complimentary one-on-one help to those in need of it.

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