Monday, July 6, 2009

Orlando Job Seeker Secrets Session

The Orlando Employment Guide and Strayer University - Sand Lake Campus - have teamed up to help the Orlando community in their search to find employment and improve their lives. On Wednesday, July 15th join us for an action packed session geared towards helping you navigate your career search.


The Employment Guide has committed 2009 to be the yer that we put Americans back to work, hoping to place over 15,000 individuals through our job fair series as well as through the Employment Guide paper, EmploymentGuide.com, HealthCareerWeb.com, CareersInGear.com and WiserWorker.com.

Greg Rollett from the Orlando Employment Guide will be leading 2 sessions, followed by Q&A on:

  • Personal Branding and Marketing Yourself Online
  • First Impressions - From Job Fairs to Interviews to Emails and Applications

Admission and parking is free for the general public and the event is open to anyone that is looking to jump start their career or stuck in their job search. Bring paper, pens and an open mind to learning the tricks and tactics that are told by employers and used by successful job seekers.

Session 1: Personal Branding and Marketing Yourself Online

In this interactive session, we will look at the impact of search, Google and Social Media and how that effects your job search. Then we dive into examples and action items to have a Rock Star Personal Brand that companies will love and will set you apart from your peers and competition.


Session2: First Impressions

You first impression today can come in many forms. In this section we look at how to make the most of your first impression, from dressing for success to dressing your resume, email address and greeting. From job fairs to walking into a company's front doors, we will take a look at to-dos, success stories and what companies look for to make a favorable first impression.

Pre-register for the event here as seating is limited.

Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for information on this and many other events in the Orlando community. You can also ask us questions and inquire about job opportunities on EmploymentGuide.com.

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