Monday, August 30, 2010
Tutor.com Career Webinar Series
Tutor.com presents three career webinars this fall at the Birmingham Public Library. From finding writing resumes and finding jobs online to interviewing skills, these webinars cover topics essential to finding the job you want. Free of charge.
Wednesday, September 29 at 2:00 p.m. in the Richard Arrington Auditorium
Find Hidden Job Leads Online and at the Library
There is a wealth of free and low-cost information available to job seekers. Learn what research and job information tools are available, both online and elsewhere, and how to incorporate these tools into your job search strategy.
Wednesday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m. in the Richard Arrington Auditorium
Write a Resume That Gets the Job
Learn to write a resume that hiring managers will notice by transforming your lists of job duties into success stories. Find out how to write a powerful profile and skills summary, and how to prove that you have the “right stuff.”
Wednesday, December 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the Richard Arrington Auditorium
Learn How to Interview Like a Pro
A great interview is vital to securing the job you want. Learn how to feel comfortable during an interview, the latest interviewing styles and techniques, and how to answer the top two interview questions that all job applicants are asked.
Course instructor Barbara Safani, owner of Career Solvers, has over fifteen years of experience in career management, recruiting, and executive coaching. She is a triple-certified resume writer, a six-time award winner in the international Toast of the Resume Industry competition, and her work has been featured in over two dozen resume writing and career management publications.
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