Hall-Bruzenak Joins Workamper Rendezvous
RV lifestyle expert Jaimie Hall-Bruzenak will be conducting two seminars during the Oct. 18-20 Workamper Rendezvous in Heber Springs, Ark.
Hall-Bruzenak will be presenting “Workamping Basics: Seven Steps to Finding a Workamping Job” on Oct. 18-19. On Oct. 20, she will be hold two clinics on “Workamper Resumes.” Hall-Bruzenak is editor for Workamper Viewpoint and contributing columnist for Workamper News, while maintaining her own website and publishing RV Lifestyles, a bimonthly ezine.
Hall-Bruzenak and her late husband, Bill Hall, began traveling full-time in an RV in 1992. Their first jobs were at Grand Teton National Park as seasonal workers for the National Park Service. Between them they worked at seven national parks in maintenance and as an interpretive ranger; at a houseboat company; sold Christmas trees; and worked in the tourist industry.
After eight years as full-time RVers, the couple bought a home-base in Arizona and traveled and workamped part-time. She authored “Support Your RV Lifestyle! An Insider’s Guide to Working on the Road” in 2002 (now available in its third edition) and shifted her focus to writing and marketing her books. She has written four others with her writing partner, Alice Zyetz: “ RV Traveling Tales: Women’s Journeys on the Open Road,” “The Woman’s Guide to Solo RVing,” “ Retire to an RV: The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement” and “Taking the Mystery out of RV Writing.” Currently, she continues her travels with her husband, George Bruzenak.
The price to attend the three-day event, which includes 10 other experts, several meals and entertainment, is $148 per person (or save $50 off if you sign up early). Lodging can be found at local motels or if in an RV, at several close-by U.S.Army Corps of Engineer campgrounds.
For those who want an in-depth seminar given by Hall-Bruzenak on Oct. 21 for a resume makeover or the start of “Workamping 101,” sign up here.