Upcoming Monster.com: Free “Jump Start to a Job” Workshop

March 10, 2011 at 4:30 pm Leave a comment

The Skillsource Group and Monster.Com Offer Northern Virginia Power Job Seeker Workshops

Helping Job Seekers Stand Out from the Crowd in Today’s Tough Labor Market

Northern Virginia Power Job Seeker Workshops are focused on helping you navigate through these economic challenging times to find an exciting new career. The Workshops will help you get back to work faster with a better job. In these workshops, Monster experts will provide you with the advice and techniques you will need to stand out from the crowd.

Resume Tips and Tricks
Gain an understanding of the “what” and “why” of resume writing, including key elements, keywords, and formatting.

Networking

Learn how to build and maintain a lasting network of career connections, and how to set up and conduct effective and valuable informational interviews.

Job Hunting Strategies
Learn how to remain focused during career transitions, how to jump start your job search and where to find additional resources.

Using Monster Career Tools
Create a Monster profile and manage resumes and cover letters, as well as outline how to use new tools, including career pathing and benchmarking. You will learn where to find career advice and get the support you need to find the right job.

The Interview
Learn how to brand yourself, how to prepare through research, what to bring to an interview, typical questions you will be asked, and techniques for closing and follow-up.

Don’t Miss this FREE Outstanding Opportunity
Monday, March 28th from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at The GW Virginia
Science and Technology Campus – Exploration Hall, Room 101
Check-In begins at 12:30 p.m.
20101 Academic Way, Ashburn, VA 20147
Free Parking

Register online at info@myskillsource.org or at your local SkillSource Center.
Registration is requested as space is limited.

*Please visit www.myskillsource.org or call 703-752-1606 for additional information.

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