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WVIA Career Prep Conference

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Admission is FREE - Simply provide your name and email address. Register Below.

 

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 - 4p-7p

Presented by TMG Health

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Learn how to make yourself competitive when entering the NEPA workforce

“Preparing for the Job Search” will focus on preparation for the job search, how to use LinkedIn to establish a personal brand, how to introduce that brand to potential employers via resume/cover letter, and how to best position yourself as a candidate in the interview process. This is an opportunity to better understand what employers are looking for and how to meet your career goals.

Guest Speakers

Dan Gavin

Manager, Talent Acquisition - TMG Health

Christina Whitney, MS, NCC, JCTC

Director of the Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development at the University of Scranton

Teri Ooms

Executive Director - The Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development

 

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