Posts tagged with "Jobs"
This program brings three organizations together in a panel format for a unique opportunity to discuss how they can provide assistance to help you successfully complete your job search. It is the first in a series of programs running through April 2011 that will focus on the challenges of a 50+ job search.
Rrepresentatives from the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Harper College, and the Saint Hubert Unemployed Ministry will provide a brief presentation describing their organization’s 50+ unemployed experiences and how they provide job search support/assistance. This will be followed by questions from the audience. Call 847-253-5532 to register.
Date and time: Monday, December 6, 7 - 8 p.m.
Location: Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road
Location: Hendrickson Room
This is boot camp for learning how to use the most important networking site for a job seeker. You may bring your laptop. In this advanced class, you will learn how use LinkedIn effectively in your job search. Register online or at the Reception Desk, 847-392-0100.
Learn about databases and other online tools to help you research companies, work on your resume, update your job skills and search for jobs. For more information, contact Shannon Scanlan, Business Services Librarian, 847-870-3642, email@example.com.
Learn about databases and other online tools to help you research companies, work on your resume, update your job skills and search for jobs. For more information, contact Shannon Scanlan, Business Services Librarian, 847-870-3642 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This small-group session will focus on the main questions and obstacles when building a freelance career. Whether you're contemplating going freelance or have already started and need an extra boost, the workshop will cover transitioning into freelancing, identifying a need for your product/service, marketing, getting and keeping clients, organization and time management, common obstacles facing freelancers and more.
Professionals from the fields of information technology, health care, and transportation/distribution will talk about the future of their industries, where the jobs are now and in the future, and the skills needed to be successful. A Q&A session will follow. This program is part of a series of programs for job seekers sponsored by the Rotary Club of Arlington Heights.
Register online or at the Reception Desk, 847-392-0100.
Personal stylist, Noelle Cellini, known for her personal and corporate consulting with iVillage, Crains Chicago Business, The New York Times, Woman's Day and the Chicago Tribune, will share her insights on dressing for success with a focus on budget-friendly options for the work place.