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September Job Search Workshops at Educational Alliance

posted Sep 11, 2017, 6:26 AM by Ernesto García   [ updated Sep 11, 2017, 6:33 AM ]

September Job Search Workshop September 11, 13, 18 | FREE | 197 East Broadway

Counselors are available to meet people individually who are looking for a job or need new ideas for their job search.

September 11 – 10:00am: Re-write!  Writing an Effective Cover Letter

Attached please find my resume for your zzzzZZZZZZ… does your cover letter start this way? Does it lack pizazz?  If so, this workshop is for you.  You will learn to write a cover letter that gets the attention of an employer and sets your apart from others.   Participants should bring a cover letter and the respective job description the letter was written for to this workshop to be re-written and critiqued.

To register: click here

September 13 – 10:00am: Open Computer Lab –  Job Search / Improve Skills/ Work with A Tutor

Interested in improving your Microsoft Office skills? Work with a tutor, one-on-one, in a small group setting and get assistance in improving your Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills. The session will be facilitated by a former Computer Systems Professor who also teaches Microsoft. Computers will be provided during this workshop.

To register: click here

September 18 – 10:00am: “What Do You Do?” – Your Elevator Pitch – Create and Practice Your Answer

Are you stuck on how to answer “What do you do”?  Don’t let this question trip you up – be prepared!  Join us at this workshop to create your pitch and collaborate with other attendees to ensure you are delivering the best answer, with great confidence – not too fast, not to slow, with good energy, genuinely and confidently. 

To register: click here

 

 LocationManny Cantor Center – 197 East Broadway (Workshops are 90 minutes long)

 All workshops and private meetings with a Counselor are free of charge. 

For further information speak with a Coach or to register for one or all workshops:

Counselors are also available to meet people individually.

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