Four key elements of a job search include writing résumés, doing what you can to accelerate your job search, finding job leads, and preparing for interviews. You can get training on each of these topics by joining one of the workshops below. Each session lasts one hour and is run by an employment professional. Please note that these sessions are not available on any major U.S. holidays.
This workshop explores the latest tips and strategies for creating a powerful résumé. You will learn how to match your skills and experiences with the needs of employers in a way that will help your résumé stand out and get noticed.
Mondays at 1:00 p.m. (Mountain Time): Join the meeting
Accelerate Your Job Search
This workshop teaches strategies that will help you take control of and speed up your job search. You will also learn about additional resources that will help you succeed in finding employment.
Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. (Mountain Time): Join the meeting
Finding Job Leads
Where do you go to find job leads? How much time should you spend searching for jobs online? In this workshop, you will learn the best places to go to find job leads, including how to tap into the hidden job market where most jobs are filled before they are ever advertised.
Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. (Mountain Time): Join the meeting
Preparing for Interviews
What are the most common interview questions, and how can you answer them in a way that will give you an edge over the competition? This workshop teaches you how to create power statements and explores other tips and strategies for how to have successful job interview.
Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. (Mountain Time): Join the meeting
Job Search Tips
Tips for Connecting with People to Find Job Leads
Many jobs are filled through word of mouth or by referrals. By talking to the people you know, you can learn about potential opportunities, connect with people who work for companies where you would like to work, or even get introduced to a hiring manager
Tips for Creating a Résumé
The purpose of a résumé is to help you get an interview. A résumé is the first introduction an employer has to you.
Tips for Successful Interviews
An interview is the most important part of your job search. Thoughtfully preparing strong answers to common questions and practicing those answers will help you successfully communicate to the interviewer(s) that you are a good fit for the company.
Last Updated On 23 Oct 2020
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