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Highly Effective Job Search
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Please join us on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 from 6-8pm to hear from Orville Pierson, who will be discussing specific ways to conduct a highly effective job search in today's tough job market.
Orville will discuss how job hunters can use a systematic, professional approach to job search. His method goes beyond the usual teaching of search-related skills (resume writing, using the Internet, interviewing and the like) to include defining a personal job market and measuring progress in job search. What he teaches is based on the results of formal research, informal surveys and the experience of hundreds of career coaches he has worked with – all on the topic of what works best in job hunting. You will learn how to:
- Devote more of your time to the more effective activities that are more likely to produce interviews.
- Plan and organize even the most difficult job search to get the best results.
- Focus your job search by defining your optimal personal job market
- Check to see if you are compatible with the organization’s culture before accepting a job
- Measure your progress in search, even prior to interviews and offers
- Use progress measurements to diagnose and solve common job search problems
Please call (860) 347-2520 for more information and to sign up!
Take the opportunity to network with other job seekers, as well as get the advice of expert professionals. Guest speakers will focus on the job market and provide industry information. The group meets 9:30-noon on Thursdays in The Hubbard Room.
Improve your interviewing skills and get the job you want. Bob Carlson will assist you by conducting and evaluating your face-to-face practice interview at Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Videotaping the session is optional and confidential. 45 minute sessions are available. Please call (860) 347-2520 for more information and to sign up.
James Kubat , Associate Director of the Wesleyan Career Center, will offer individual career coaching sessions. All appointments are confidential and can be arranged in person at the Information Desk or by calling 860-347-2520. Please bring a resume if you have one. You will receive a reminder call a week in advance. We ask that you confirm your appointment within 3 days of that call. To cancel an appointment, please call the Information Desk at 860-347-2520 at least 48 hours ahead of time so that another job seeker may be served.
Business professional Jeff Thierfeld offers in-depth resume review and interview coaching. Sessions are held three Saturdays each month. To sign up for a 1 hour appointment call 860-347-2520. If you need to cancel, please allow 48 hours notice. We ask that you bring your resume (printed out or saved on a flash drive).
This service is being offered by Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Phone interviews are a fundamental part of the job search process and need to be treated as seriously as the face-to-face interview. Improve your interviewing skills without leaving the comfort of your home. Bob Carlson will call you at your location and scheduled time. ½ hour sessions are available. Please call (860) 347-2520 for more information and to sign up.
Much gratitude is due to our presenters, who contribute their valuable time and talents to Russell Library’s Career Program.
We also owe many thanks to our sponsors, whose generous support makes it all possible:
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