Looking for a Job? Let Network Alliance Help You!
Washington State Community College’s free employment search group, Network Alliance, teaches the skills necessary to improve career opportunities in the Mid Ohio Valley. It’s open to the entire community, free of charge, and will begin a new seven-week series starting on Thursday, October 25.
Network Alliance is a free weekly gathering to assist and support individuals as they job hunt in the Mid-Ohio Valley. Meetings are held every Thursday morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Washington State Community College campus, room B102 of the Main Building.
The complete series comprises of seven weeks and according to Karen Peters, coordinator of Adult & Lifelong Learning, those interested can attend any number of sessions and join in on any week. The session topics and dates are as listed below.
Week 1 (October 25): Jump-start Your Employment Search; an information session covering available support services, education programs and networking/relationship building.
Week 2 (November 1): Introduction to Resumes and Cover Letters
Week 3 (November 8): How to Better Understand Different Generations, such as Silent, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y.
Week 4 (November 15): Interview Techniques
Week 5 (November 29): Mock Interviews; includes both telephone and in-person interviews.
Week 6 (December 6): Social Networking; what is Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter?
Week 7 (December 13): Series Wrap-up; Discuss any remaining questions and how to continue working with Washington County’s One Stop program.
Network Alliance is a community collaboration with Washington-Morgan Community Action, The Career Center – Adult Technical Training, and Washington State Community College.
To learn more, contact Karen Peters at 740.374.8716 x 1880 or email@example.com.