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Event takes place on March 23, 2017 & March 30, 2017 & April 06, 2017 at 6:00 PM
Holyoke Public Library 250 Chestnut Street Holyoke, MA

 

 

 

 

Not Your Mother’s Job Search
A series of three 2 – hour workshops
that addresses 21st-century job search information
and strategies, including resume writing, interview skills, and the art of the job search
with Barbara Foster.

Thursdays, March 23, 30, and April 6
at 6:00pm
Holyoke Public Library — Board Meeting Room
250 Chestnut Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

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Join us.

PREPARING FOR THE JOB SEARCH
An overview of 21st-century job search process. You’ll learn new ways of locating job openings, applying for jobs and explore a variety of helpful online resources.

RESUME WRITING 101
Up-to-date resume writing techniques will be presented. You’ll learn what’s changed in resume writing, how to tailor your resume using keywords, how to submit your resume online and more. Cover letter writing will also be presented.

INTERVIEW WITH CONFIDENCE
Preparation is the key to handling a job interview. You’ll practice how to handle those difficult interview questions and learn how to deal with various types of interviews, including telephone and Skype interviews.

JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES
You’ll need to use a variety of strategies in your today’s challenging job market. Networking, attending job fairs, performing informational interviews, and using your social media network. Staying motivated will also be discussed.

There is a limit of 12 participants. Registration is required.

For more information and registration, please call 413-420-8101.

All library programs are open to the public free of charge thanks to our generous donors and supporters like you. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling Holyoke Public Library or by registering in person at the library’s front desk.

Parking available along the street in front of the new entrance to the library and in generous lots adjacent to and immediately across the street from the library.


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