Get Noticed! Get Hired!

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Get Noticed! Get Hired—Searching For Work Online

The Calgary Public Library has partnered with Alberta Human Services to host Get Noticed! Get Hired—Searching For Work Online, a program featuring a panel discussion of employers, including the City of Calgary, Telus and Devon Energy, will focus on helping job seekers understand the electronic recruitment process and how they can harness the power of social media to help them in their job search. We asked Alberta Human Services a few questions about what will be covered in the program:

What was the impetus for this particular panel program? Are you finding that job seekers are not as up to speed with online job search techniques as they should be?

The Alberta Human Services Business and Industry Team have been discussing the new wave of popularity for recruiters to use social media for active recruitment. We have been getting feedback from both employers and job seekers that these practices may be creating barriers to success in the job search.

TELUS presented a unique opportunity when it offered to do an information session to job seekers on successfully navigating their recruitment site. The Business and Industry Team decided to take a few steps further and develop the panel discussion.

The intent is to give job seekers and career counselors inside information on how to successfully navigate corporate recruitment sites and to increase the effectiveness jobseekers social media profiles.

Are employers using social media and an electronic application process more often? What practical advice would you have for job seekers if so?

A large number of employers/organizations are using electronic application processes and emails for job seekers to apply for openings in their companies. In addition, recruiters are now actively seeking candidate matches for positions through social media sites.

The best advice we would give job seekers is to manage their social media pages and make sure that the content is something they would publish in a newspaper headline.

What is your best tip for job seekers looking to create a robust social media profile?

The one tip the team gives out is to make sure your online social profile describes the type of employee a company would want to hire.

Who will be on the panel? Will the participants have the opportunity to drop off resumes or ask specific questions after the program?

The panel members are Recruitment specialists and HR Managers. As the topic of the discussion is utilizing social media, we expect that job seekers will apply online for opportunities...so no resumes please. The Panel Presentation will have a question and answer segment and we encourage the people attending to ask questions.


We hope you can join us at the Central Library on the morning of Monday, January 28 for Get Noticed! Get Hired—Searching For Work Online.
Contact us at 403-260-2782 or centralinformationservice @ calgarypubliclibrary.com for more information.

STEM careers abound

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On Friday, January 18th at 11:45, the Central Library is pleased to host Where the Jobs Are, in conjunction with the Career Development Association of Alberta. Join Dan Kostka, contributor to Choices Explorer, as he highlights jobs experiencing growth and demand, and discusses some common features of those who've discovered and embraced a good career fit. We chatted with Dan to discuss his perspective:

Dan, you have profiled hundreds of careers for Bridges.com, the company that provides the Calgary Public Library and high schools with the popular career database, Choices Explorer. This company has always excelled at highlighting new and emerging occupations within Canada. What, in your opinion, are some of the careers currently experiencing the biggest demand?

Two broad areas that come immediately to mind are health care and technology. When it comes to health care, it's not just doctors and nurses that are in demand. There are many other positions that require less education, such as personal care aides and medical imaging technicians. These careers are also experiencing large shortages but don't receive as much attention. Many young people aren't even aware that these positions exist, and some require a certificate that can take less than a year to complete.

When I say technology, this applies to the health care field, of course, but also to any career that requires a solid grounding in the sciences. Every time I profile a technology-related career, the people I interview emphasize that in North America we're simply not producing enough graduates in the STEM fields—science, technology, engineering and math. It's simply amazing the number of doors that are open to someone with a solid grounding in the sciences. As with the health care field, technology careers don't necessarily require many years of training. For example, machinists are in great demand and in less than one year a person can get the necessary qualifications for many such positions.

What are some of the key economic and social indicators fueling this growth?

A big factor behind demand in many industries is the aging population. This affects an industry such as the health care field in two ways. First, the number of clients/patients is greatly expanding. Secondly, the practitioners themselves are aging and not enough young practitioners are entering the field to replace them all. This is also true for technology-related careers such as engineering. I recently interviewed a petroleum engineer who said it's common to refer to "The Great Crew Change" in regard to the number of senior workers in that industry who will soon be retiring.

Recent statistics point to the fact that Canadians now have an average of 8 careers in their lifetime. Do you find that people are more willing to take risks and try something new?

I think people's expectations are evolving. Young people no longer expect to stay with the same company for their entire career, or to have just one career. People in mid-career are also more likely to make a change or to have another career on the side. For example, I recently interviewed an energy trader who had a home staging business on the side. The energy trading gave her a good income, while the home staging was an outlet for her creativity (and potentially something that could evolve into a full-time source of income). I think we all want stability in our lives, but how we view it (and how to obtain it) is evolving. In the past, stability meant loyalty to a large organization that would be loyal to us and reward us in return. Now, stability is achieved by keeping our skills current, by having a large personal network, and perhaps by having more than one source of income. Achieving stability in this way requires a more proactive approach to our careers but allows us adapt to the changing marketplace.

A focused, tight resume is still key in landing that dream job. We understand that you have interviewed Martin Yate, the well-heeled author of our very popular Knock 'Em Dead Resumes, one of your favourite books. What advice really stood out for you, given his 25 years in the business?

Yate is a great example of my favourite kind of person to interview—someone who truly loves what he does. His books describe how to go after the job you want by ensuring your resume does its job effectively. But what really struck me in talking with him is how passionate he is about career advising. He used to be in a job that didn't fulfill him at all. When he discovered career advising, he threw himself into it and has become very successful as a result. I think this is inspiring for anyone who hopes to get into a career that utilizes their talents and energizes them.

Dan Kostka, B.A., J.D., is a freelance journalist and lawyer. He has profiled hundreds of careers for Bridges.com, a career exploration site subscribed to by schools across North America.

Mistletoe and Mingling

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As this is the season to mix and mingle, we are featuring our popular interview from last year with local management consultant Lisa Dare about networking strategies during the holidays. Here is some of what she had to say:

Lisa, we have heard that contrary to popular belief, Christmas holidays are actually a promising time to secure a new position. Do you agree?

That’s a great question and yes, it is a myth that holidays or quieter times of business aren't a good time to be looking for work. Consider that most job seekers mistakenly assume that activity slows down in companies and therefore decrease their search efforts. By virtue of that thinking, this creates less competition and easier entry into speaking with potential employers. At the moment, the job market is pretty hot as I spoke with several HR recruiters from the oil & gas industry last week who have not seen any decrease in their workload. Also, while people may not secure a position right away at this time, it’s still a good idea to have informational interviews and gather market information on various industries as people generally tend to be in a much more receptive frame of mind around the holidays.

Is it quantity over quality during big parties? Should the goal be to connect with as many people as possible?

I would always choose quality over quantity. There is a tendency towards thinking that the higher the number the better the odds. However, from a strategic point of view, it is important to consider the best use of time and resources. Are you better off handing out your business card to 50 people whom you may not remember, or speaking with 5 or 6 people with whom you made a strong connection and then continuing to build those relationships? People will also find that by investing time in cultivating those relationships, the numbers will come—that’s the power of networking combined with strong relationship building skills.

What about party etiquette when someone is networking? For example, is it wise to stay clear of the rum and eggnog?

It’s important to remember that in these types of events you are always “on.” Be aware of what type of image and impression you are conveying to the public. It is not to say that you shouldn’t be yourself but depending on the context of your situation, it might be wise not to over imbibe as you want to be able to put your best self forward and not an altered version of yourself. There are many an office party story that has resulted in unfortunate outcomes for both staff and managers alike—you want to steer clear of becoming one of those characters.

Do you have any other networking advice over the holiday season?

While it is important to continue your efforts over the holidays, don’t forget to take time out for yourself. Ensure that you have sufficient time to attend to yourself and those around you as well as continuing with your job search. Look for different opportunities and events that are connected to what you are looking for. In addition, volunteer opportunities, community events, spousal parties and events within your network may also hold possibilities so be open to all opportunities. Most importantly—stay positive. This is the season to reflect on what we are grateful for and look forward to greater possibilities.

Lisa Dare is a management consultant, leadership & executive coach, and facilitator. She is also the incoming president of the Calgary Association of Professional Coaches and a volunteer with the Central Library’s Strategic Networking program that runs every Thursday evening at the Central Library. She can be reached at ld_assoc@telus.net

Is Older Actually Better?—Work in Mid-Life and Beyond

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Trying to find a job in mid-life can be a disheartening task. But older workers, take heed: your age and experience may work for you in the market rather than against you. Employers no longer hire people with an expectation that they will be able to work for years and years. Even younger workers don't tend to stay in one position or one job for more than a few years at a time. This is good news for older workers, whose life and work experience are often welcomed in any work environment, sometimes in preference to younger workers.

Canada's older workers have good shot at jobs: survey Globe and Mail

Are Older Workers Taking Jobs From the Young? U.S. News & World Report

If you're concerned that you won't be able to keep up wtih all of the new technologies, don't be. Researcher Mark Walton found that: "brains are wired not for retirement, but for constant reinvention."

Jobless in midlife? Old brains can learn new tricks Reuters


There are still spaces in the following sessions of our very popular program on Midlife Career Change:

Career Basics: Moving Forward—Mid-Life Career Change

Learn about the unique challenges and opportunities that come with looking for work mid life, along with resume strategies. Workshops are led by professional career practitioners from Bow Valley College's Career Connection. Interested? Click here to register online or call 403-260-2620.

Fish Creek Library

Monday, June 11, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Central Library

Saturday, June 16, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Shawnessey Library

Wednesday, August 15, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.


Read about the recent TD Economics Survey on older workers: Older Workers Stampede into Labour Market

Alberta Learning Information Services puts out the excellent Guide to Midlife Career Moves

Career Agencies at Accelerate Your Career

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Accelerate Your Career 2012

Career Serving Agencies

10–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-In

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

As well as programs, resume help and career conversations, representatives from some local career serving agencies available to answer questions about their career and employment services. Come chat with friendly staff from the following agencies:

Bow Valley College Career Connection

"Our Career and Employment Assistance Resource Centres offer self-directed and directed services that include access to computers, the internet, fax, printer, telephone and copier as well as extensive resources on the labour market, job search, résumé/cover letter/portfolio and self-employment.

Career Coaches are available for support with résumé development/critique, mock interviews and
job search techniques. In addition, for clients that require more assistance with their job search and
career planning goals, a collaborative process between the individual and Career Coach will be provided,
with a focus on developing an action plan."

CCIS Career and Employment Services

"Most newcomers arrive in Alberta with high levels of education, experience, and expertise. However, many are unfamiliar with the local labour market and uncertain of how to secure employment in their professional fields. CCIS Employment Services provides its clients the necessary knowledge, support, and training so that they can initiate a job search process. Career counselors assess clients' experience and credentials and create customized action plans which include: goal setting, resume preparation, introduction to Canadian workplace culture, and job interview skills. The priority of counselors is to give newcomers the capability to find employment and begin a new career path here in Alberta."

Centre for Newcomers Employment Services

"If you are new to Canada, and trying to make a successful transition to employment in Calgary, the Centre for Newcomers can assist you with career and employment planning.

The Centre's professional career practitioners specialize in helping people with international training, education or work experience succeed in the Calgary labour market.

The Centre's training programs provide opportunities to develop your employability and communication
skills, while you train for a new occupation or further develop professional skill in your previous occupation."

Immigrant Access Fund

"An IAF loan can help if you are a newcomer and struggling to pay for the costs of the Canadian
accreditation or training you need so you can work in your pre-immigration career.

Loans are available to immigrants who do any type of work. People who receive IAF loans are both
skilled workers and professionals."


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Basement Room #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Company and Employer Research

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Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Company and Employer Research
1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area •
Register online or call 403-260-2620


On Saturday, May 12th, the Central Library is hosting its annual all-day Accelerate Your Career Event. Join us on Saturday, May 12, 2012, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. on the Third Floor of the Central Library our Company and Employer Research program. Janice Parker, Information Specialist at the Calgary Public Library, answers a few questions about the importance of research during any job search:

Janice Parker, Calgary Public Library

1. Why is research important for job seekers?

Doing your homework when you are looking for work or going to an interview can save you time, trouble and increase your chances of getting the right job. Most Calgary employers fully expect that potential candidates will have done their homework and can confidently show a hiring manager, in their cover letter, resumé, and during any interviews, that they have a clear understanding of the employer and the job and why they are the right person for a position.

2. What types of research can help someone looking for a new job?

Once you really know what type of work you would like to be doing, you need to narrow down the types of employers or workplaces that would suit you best. Do you want to work for the government? Small, medium or large company? Non-profit organization? Which industry and work culture or environment? Figuring out the answers to these (very individual) questions will help you better target your job search and write cover letters and resumés that are more likely to catch the eyes of hiring managers.

If you get called for an interview, you had better do your research. Not only do you want to find out as much as possible about the employer, including being aware of any recent new items related to the employer or the industry, you also want to research any people working there already—particularly the person or people conducting the interview.

3. This sounds like a lot of work. Is it difficult?

Career experts always tell us that finding a job is more difficult and time-consuming than keeping a job. While the Internet has made it much easier to do this research, most people aren't trained researchers and may not know what information they should look for and how to find it. However, there are many tools online and elsewhere that make this type of research easy once you know where to look. Fortunately, you don't need to be an expert to learn how best to research the right job, the right employer, and how to impress during an interview. This is a huge part of the service we offer at the Calgary Public Library: assisting job seekers with their research.

If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? Albert Einstein


Janice Parker has been helping job seekers with their research needs for over fifteen years at the Calgary Public Library.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Death of the Business Card?

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As part of our Accelerate Your Career event on Saturday, May 12th, the Central Library welcomes Troy Deck, Manager of MNP as he presents an afternoon session on Power Networking from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. You'll learn to enhance your networking skills before, during and after events to build your confidence and success. As a teaser, we asked Troy to answer some popular questions:

1. Troy Deck, MNPTroy, what do you think is the single most important thing to do before heading into a networking event?

Great question. Make sure to answer a few key questions, including:

  • Why am I going to this event?
  • What do I hope to get out of it?
  • Who do I want to meet and why?
  • How can I help them?
  • How can they help me?
  • What are the next steps?

I believe that it is really important to be strategic when networking and to define goals, targets, and outcomes. Avoid "selling" and instead engage people, be interested in who they are, and see if there are possible synergies.

2. Are business cards still being used? (note: we have heard from 20 year olds that they aren’t) and is there still a role for them?

Although technology has come a long way with the Internet, social media, Facebook, Twitter and the like, business cards can still play a strong role in networking and business today. We do not always have access to the Internet, our phones, or other devices. In addition, not all target audiences are tech savvy and many of the online mediums are ever evolving and changing in popularity. As a result, business cards are a way to drive traffic to you, via phone, web page, Twitter or Facebook, allowing the person to choose how they want to contact or get to know you.

3. Do you suggest that networkers immediately connect with new contacts on LinkedIn?

In my opinion LinkedIn is a great tool to build your network, get to know people and discover information in user groups and generally "plug-in" to people and businesses. That being said, like any other tool users need to decide how they are going to use it and for what purpose. For example, without creating a relationship with a new contact, it is difficult to ask for a reference or do business because there is no pre-existing relationship or trust. So, random connections to random people whom I don't know have little value unless I am willing to put time and effort into "connecting."


Troy Deck is a Manager with MNP’s Consulting team. Troy is currently involved with multiple MNP training initiatives, including the Self-Employment Program, and his current areas of focus are: Facilitation, Market Research and Analysis, Business and Strategic Planning.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

6.25 seconds is all you have with hiring managers

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"Your résumé has just seconds to make its mark." Globe and Mail

Only 6.25 seconds, apparently. So how can you make sure your resume gets in the "yes" pile instead of the recycling bin? Come book a half-hour session with one of the volunteer library Career Coaches to get some knowledgable advice on how to make your resume the best it can be.

"Your resumé and cover email or letter highlight your skills, accomplishments, experience, education and training. Their purpose is to make a strong first impression on an employer so that you get asked to an interview." Alberta Learning Information Services

Resume Help

Saturday, May 12, 2012

11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Central Library

Preregister by calling 403-260-2782 for a half-hour session to go over your resume with an experienced Career Coach.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Basement Room #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Interview Strategies and Techniques: Accelerate Your Career

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On Saturday, May 12th, the Central Library is hosting its annual Accelerate Your Career event. Local career consultant Brian Lambier will be presenting the Brian Lambier, Career VitalityInterview Strategies and Techniques program from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., where you will learn how to WOW prospective employers with your knowledge, preparation and "fit." We asked Brian a few questions about current interviewing trends:

1. Is it true that the decision on whether or not to hire a candidate is often decided in first 40 seconds of the interview?

A skilled, experienced interviewer who understands the position and the type of person they are looking for will sometimes have a “gut feeling” about interview candidates fairly quickly but their experience tells them to keep an open mind for the remainder of the interview.

2. How important is it to bring your own questions to the interview?

Extremely important! Interview candidates should consider the interview as an opportunity to learn more about the position and organization and to determine if the position is the right fit for them.

3. Are phone and Skype interviews becoming more common?

Employers certainly will conduct interviews using telephones or messaging systems like Skype. This method of interviewing may be used for the first interview in a multi-interview process or if the candidate is unable to meet in person due to time or geographical constraints. Meeting in person is always an employer’s first choice whenever possible.


Brian Lambier is the owner of Career Vitality Services Inc. in Calgary, Alberta and specializes in career and retirement transition coaching and corporate training. He can be reached at (403) 978-9134 or brian@careervitality.ca. He will be presenting his interview program during our all-day Accelerate Your Career Event held on Saturday, May 12, at the Central Library. Register online or by calling 403-260-2620.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking

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source: MBAonline (click on image for full infographic)

Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking
10:15–12:15pm • Basement Room #2 •
Register online or call 403-260-2620


 

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking is a popular program offered at the library in partnership with Bow Valley College (BVC) Career Connection. We asked Jill, a BVC Career Coach who will be presenting the program during our all-day Accelerate Your Career 2012 event, a few questions about how social networking can be used to find work.


 

Jill Nikiforuk, BVC Career Connection1. Why is it important that job seekers embrace social media?

Social media can boost the job search process by adding exponential value to the all-important networking component of job searching. Networking is the number one way to find a new job opportunity! Job seekers can very easily reach out to and research potential networking contacts through social media before making face-to-face contact. Social media also gives the job seeker access to vital information from the industries and companies of interest. While social media is most useful as a networking and informational tool for job seekers, many employers also post jobs this way—with Twitter being the best place to find up-to-date job postings.

2. Can you tweet your way to a job in Calgary?

Yes! This micro-blogging type of social media can boost the job search process. Twitter allows job seekers to follow experts in their field and to follow companies they are interested in, which in turn, keeps them up-to-date in their target industries. Job seekers can also professionally contribute to twitter conversations that can draw positive attention from potential employers. It is very impressive in an interview if a candidate can show that she or he has been following the latest news a company has posted.

3. How are employers using LinkedIn to find candidates?

Employers are using keywords to search potential candidates on LinkedIn. This allows recruiters and hiring managers to pre-screen candidates and search potential employees worldwide. (Like resumes, LinkedIn profiles should be laden with keywords that describe career-specific skills and personal characteristics.) LinkedIn profiles also can be more detailed than a two-page resumé, therefore giving additional information to hiring personnel.


 

Jill Nikiforuk is a Career Coach at Career Connection, Bow Valley College who offers guidance for career planning, and teaches clients how to sharpen their job search marketing tools and skills. Career Connection is a free career service for all under-employed and unemployed Albertans.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

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