Now is the time to brush up on your skills at the Library Partnership.
We have two classes coming up to help you improve and maximize your potential for getting a job. Phyllis Brust, consultant and writer, with many years of practice in dual-career strategies, individual career development & recruitment/retention will show you how create a better resume and improve your interviewing technique.
RESUMES THAT STAND OUT
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Write a resume that truly reflects your experience, skills and achievements and targets the specific job description. Learn to stand out from other candidates. Areas covered include format, types of resumes, handling gaps, using headings, changing careers, and how best to describe your background.
SUCCESSFUL JOB INTERVIEWING
Friday, October 13, 2017
This workshop will cover different styles of job interviews and common questions employers ask: "Tell me about yourself"; "Why should we hire you?"; "Give me an example of a conflict you had"; and "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" We will also cover what to do if you are stuck, how to respond to illegal questions, and how to explain gaps and other problem issues in your background (we all have those).
Also, there are many items available to check out on resumes and intereviewing, plus access to our newest eSource, Lynda.com, an American online education company offering thousands of instructional video courses in software, creative, and business skills. ALL are available to you free with your library card, and we provide one-on-one computer help too! If you need a little extra help online with your job search or assistance formatting your resume, reservations can be made in-person or by calling the Library Partnership at 352-334-0165.