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Aug 16,12  Digging Deeper Understanding If Your Career Direction is the Right Fit
Starts at 9am sharp! - 2.5 hours in duration
ALL WORKSHOPS ARE FREE!
Need to learn more about a Career Direction you are thinking about pursuing? Want to shadow or Interview and individual working in the profession you are considering to see what the job is really like? Consider doing a job shadow or an informational interviewing opportunities. Tips on contacting professionals, making a good impression, and how to follow up later for additional opportunities and letters of recommendation. Please phone to book into the workshop (250)679-8448
Aug 16,12  Starting a New Job
1pm to 3:30pm - 2.5 hours in duration
ALL WORKSHOPS ARE FREE!
Your first day of work will help identify yourself in the eyes of your new co-workers. Make a good first impression, and you'll soon be seen as a competent and valued colleague. But a bad first impression could translate into months or years of trying to undo and moreover rectify the damage. Participants will receive Tips and Guidelines of how to prepare for their first day on the job, effectively manage their time in the workplace and ask the question needed to ensure you're on top of your game for your "first day of work!" Please phone to book into the workshop (250)679-8448

 
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Job Journey Planning

Orientation

Job Search Solutions
Self-Marketing & Networking

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Essential Interview Skills

Orientation

Digging Deeper Understandi
Starting a New Job

Resumes and Cover Letters -

Job Journey Planning

Making the Labour Market Work

Orientation

Self-Marketing & Networking
Job Search Solutions

Resumes and Cover Letters -

Essential Interview Skills

Orientation

Starting a New Job
Is Your Career Direction the R

Resumes and Cover Letters -

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