An interactive day of information and ideas to assist you in finding the right position more quickly.
Knock Out Networking – Michael Goldberg – Networking is a key job search and life skill. Most people are not born networkers; they develop the skills and confidence through education, training, practice, and having a positive attitude. Bottom line, networking is the most effective way to attract more prospects, generate more referrals, create more opportunities, and land the job!
Breathe New Life into Your Job Search – Amy Dinning – Amy will share innovative strategies designed especially for the longer-term job seeker based on her personal experience. She will help you breathe new life into your job search using various tips and techniques.
Networking over lunch with fellow participants and speakers. Discussion about tips & tricks for job search around the tables and sharing in the larger group.
Interviewing for Success – Ford Myers – This information packed session takes the mystery and the nervousness out of job interviewing. Participants are walked through the interviewing process, from first contact to job offer.
Attendees also learn how to effectively answer the tough questions, tips to maintain a proper attitudes and appropriate follow-up strategies. Managing Your Job Search Like a Business – Rod Colon – Rod share with us that to successfully navigate today’s job market; you must see yourself as the CEO who treats your job search as a business. Sign in starts at 8:30 am and the workshop begins at 9 am.
The formal part of the workshop will end at 4 pm. Please bring your business (networking) cards. Bring your lunch as there will be no place to purchase one. Please register online at www.cosnet.org/care/jobtransition and pay with a credit card. We are unable to take walk-ins. Please note that online registration will close on Wednesday, April 15 at noon. For more information or questions, contact Amy Dinning at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is sponsored by Church of the Saviour, Hire One (a Chester County Economic Development Council initiative), St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia Society of People & Strategy, TCBY, My Career Transitions, American Society for Talent Development Philadelphia chapter, Greater Valley Forge HR Association, and Penn State Great Valley Career Services.