Scottsdale Job Network, Aug-Sept schedule
It is my pleasure to announce the schedule of meetings and speakers for the months of August and September for Scottsdale Job Network (below–and posted on our website and Yahoo Group). Our meetings have evolved to offering valuable networking and interactive learning opportunities. Feedback reinforces that we are offering the community a valuable and unique service. Our group is small and intimate–qualities which enhances the exchange of information and support among us.
I encourage you to share news of our network within the community by forwarding our calendar to your contacts and talking about Scottsdale Job Networking while networking.
Our next meeting: Wednesday, July 19
9:00—9:30 A.M. – Resume Reviews (Martha Rockwell, A+ Resumes and Career Coaching)
9:30—11:30 A.M. – Meeting with guest speaker:
Eric Walton, Chief Operating Officer
Camisa Technologies, Inc. http://www.camisatech.comPresenting: How to Keep Knocking on the Door: Job seekers are consistently challenged to figure out how to stay foremost in the minds of people they have talked with while networking or interviewing. This session will cover the post-networking communication and the post-interview communication. Techniques will be presented that will help the job seeker to find new, creative ways to contact employers, professionally.
Regards and thanks,
Chris Vicari, Coordinator
Scottsdale, Arizona USA
voice mail: 480 513-1491www.scottsdalejobnet.com
AUG 2 – Harriet Moser, Franchise Consultant, Franchise Resource Company “Franchise 101 – Is Franchise Ownership for You?” – Those interested in exploring entrepreneurial options to corporate employment will find this session valuable and informative. The advantages and pitfalls of franchise ownership are addressed as well as “hot” trends, myths, investment and income expectations and how to evaluate the over 2000 franchise businesses available in the market today.
AUG 16 – Maria Wojtczak, Training Consultant, Power of One Consulting “Exploring Your Passion and Putting it to Work” – This mini-workshop is designed to help individuals identify their personal strengths, talents and preferences. This information can prove to be useful in opening up job search options for participants.
SEPT 6 – Amanda Wright, Recruitment/Retention Specialist, ASU
“Your Bachelor Degree: The Ticket to Becoming a Teacher” – Learn about programs at ASU for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in something other than education, but who want to teach. ASU’s most popular program allows people to become full-time teachers in as little as one calendar year.
ALSO: Doug Bruhnke, VP Sales & Marketing, DataPreserve, Inc. “Fun and Success with Networking”
SEPT 20 – Martha Rockwell, Career Coach, A+ Resumes & Career Coaching“Methods and Strategies” – This workshop explains the different methods and strategies that job seekers employ during their job search. Some methods work better than others. The goal is to explain the difference between passive and active strategies–how to incorporate all strategies into your job search–and how to schedule them for best results.
Meetings are held at:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (480) 513-1491
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