Free workshops to help you prepare for a successful job search

A FREE COMMUNITY SERVICE offered by the Center for Workforce Development to help all job seekers, employed or unemployed, to network with other job seekers and learn the tips, tricks and best practices from professionals who coach, guide and teach what is needed to Find a Job in the 21st Century.

Tuesday evenings, January through June 2022, 6:30 – 8:00 PM, remote with live instruction. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Login details will be emailed at least 24 hours before the start of each workshop. Please register only for the workshops you will attend.

Job Search Coaching, Networking and Support Group

Facilitator: Dale Favia

Dates: May 24, June 28 – Registering for this workshop allows you to attend any or all of these dates.

Receive group job search coaching and a chance to network. Instructor will answer questions and provide tips relative to your job search.

Navigating the Key Elements of a Job Search in 2022

Facilitator: Rosemary Grant

Dates: May 10

While the job search process has changed somewhat, job seekers have more information at their fingertips than in the past and uncovering that information is what can make all the difference.

Writing Resumes and Cover Letters that Get You Noticed

Facilitator: Christy Bouziotis

Dates: June 21

Learn how to create a resume that tells your story, showcases your unique talents and communicates the value you bring and the problems you can help solve…to hopefully land that job interview!

Personal LinkedIn Best Practices

Facilitator: Steven Carroll

Dates: May 17

Get a guided walk through Personal LinkedIn to make the most of your profile. Learn best practices to accelerate results!

Answering the Most Common Interview Questions

Facilitator: Kathy Vincelette

Dates: June 14

Learn the secret to answering questions that come at all stages of the interview process. Be more prepared and confident!

Prepare Your Personal Elevator Pitch for Networking Opportunities

Facilitator: Rosemary Grant

Dates: June 7

You can call it your elevator pitch or the dreaded interview statement “Tell me about yourself.” Get tips on how to craft and deliver a clear, concise pitch/response.