Over 7 years ago I formed a job club helping the unemployed. If you are out of work and want to be added to the list, please advise.
OUT OF WORK? ATTEND THIS FORUM ON THURSDAY!
Interview Pitch: Techniques that Win
Greenburgh Public Library
Thursday, January 26, 2017, 10:30am -Noon
Speaker: Lew Tischler,
The Business Doctor
You have worked so hard to get the interview.
Now, you need to win that interview!
This program will help you do that.
The program will be divided into two parts:
A presentation and a hands-on workshop.
Lew Tischler will show you how to craft an interesting and
revealing story about yourself and
Work with you to help get you started on crafting your story
Lew Tischler has been an advisor to business owners for over 30 years. Over the last four years, Lew has volunteered his services to the Westchester Networking
Organization, a not-for-profit providing information to people in job/career transition. He applies his practical expertise of the needs of business to job seekers who are seeking ways to repackage their skills to conform to the changing needs of business.
Anyone interested in attending can register through the library's website calendar http://www.eventkeeper.com/mars/xpages/g/greenb/ekmonth.cfm
RECENT GRADUATES WHO ARE OUT OF WORK NETWORKING EVENT JANUARY 31
The first official Westchester Young Professional networking event will be held on Tuesday January 31, 2017 from 6-8 PM at the Greenburgh Public Library. The library is located at 300 Tarrytown Road in Elmsford, NY. The event will feature professionals of all experience levels, however, it is geared toward recent college graduates and young professionals looking to grow their professional network. Career Coach Diana DeCubellis will be opening the event to deliver some tips and advice to help with your job search. The event is free and open to the public and will include a raffle. All are welcome whether you are employed or not.
Despite a growing job market, many recent college graduates continue to struggle to find employment after graduation. This event is a fantastic opportunity for those struggling to find work, to gain some helpful job search tips, and build up their professional network. This is an extremely positive step in your job search because a strong professional network is a key component to finding a job.
This event is part of Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner’s initiative to help as many recent college graduates find work as possible. Events are expected to be held quarterly throughout the year and will always feature a speaker who will provide key insight into the job search. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
For more information on the event, feel free to contact Michael Sacks by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.