|Free seminar for job seekers Nov. 23 at Perrysburg|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:36|
PERRYSBURG - The Employment Ministry of Blessed John XXIII Parish and the Extreme Networking Group are offering a free seminar for job seekers.
"Getting Over the Wall" is an intensive seminar that is designed to get candidates past hidden objections that are preventing them from getting an opportunity to meet with decision makers.
The session will be held Nov. 23, from 8 until 11 a.m., at Master Chemical Corporation, 501 W. Boundary St., Perrysburg. Though there is no charge for the program, pre-registration is essential in order for presenters to assure availability of handouts, and space is limited.
The intense half-day program will focus on three key areas:
â€˘Â Â Â Resumes - Assuring your resume matches the job opportunity you're pursuing, and gets read.
â€˘Â Â Â Networking - Building the pool of people who can help you in your search.
â€˘Â Â Â Interviewing - Helping you focus the interview on your success stories that relate to the job you're seeking.
Presenters also will introduce a predictive modeling tool that will help job seekers predict the amount of time one can expect to spend before landing a job. Finally, the session will wrap-up with an "Open Forum" and a positive message of hope.
Organizers say the seminar's purpose is two-fold: to get one's job search off to an effective start (ifÂ they are just beginning) and to give others efforts to boost or recharge their efforts to gain improved effectiveness.
Parking is in the lot at the front of the building. Enter by the side door, near the ramp. The training center is immediately inside the door.
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