Monday, November 17, 2014
Job Searching Tips with Jack Norris Returns on Tuesday, November 18
Local career counselor, Jack Norris, will be making an encore presentation of his program, Job Searching Tips at 2 PM on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, in the RLCC at the Central Library. The 45-minute program will cover a variety of topics related to the job search process, including resume building; interviewing skills; networking; and, most important, keeping a positive attitude! Following the presentation, Mr. Norris will entertain questions from the attendees and will be available to provide individual consultation to address particular concerns.
Mr. Norris is a very energetic septuagenarian who, though a native of Baltimore, MD, has lived in Alabama for many years. He has had an interesting and varied career that includes stints in sales, marketing, public relations, executive recruitment, and employment and career counseling. He has even owned and operated his own small business. In recent years, he has tapped into his experience to provide career and job searching advice to clients at Outplacement Consulting Services and the Alabama Department of Labor’s local career center.
The program is free and everyone is welcome to attend. For further information, please contact Jim Murray in the Central Library’s Business, Science and Technology Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 226-3691.
By Tressa at November 17, 2014
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