Building a Better Resume: Learn how to develop a résumé. Includes a mini-lecture on formatting suggestions, and current trends. Self-assessments, website resources and examples will also be provided. You will also learn techniques to target your résumé to fit the jobs to which you are applying.
Reemployment Workshop: This workshop covers the emotional and practical sides of unemployment in addition to offering motivational tips to get your job search re-energized. Pre-registration is required for this workshop.
Ready, Set, Go! Do you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to put your business idea into action? Let’s find out! Individuals will take a self-employment business assessment to identify strengths and weaknesses in four business areas – general business knowledge, marketing, finance/operations, and legal/business organizational structure. Assessment results will be used to create a customized plan for you to become a successful business owner.
You Can Do It! Computer Basics: A basic hands-on computer class for beginners. The presentation introduces keyboarding; setting up and using email; searching the internet; saving documents and more!
Walk-in Resume Critiques: FREE 10 minute review of formatting and content by a Certified Professional RésuméWriter. Bring in a typed copy of your résumé. If the résumé is on a flash drive, you may want to bring it so you can make your changes right away on our computers! Same day sign up available at our Front Desk or by calling 410-386-2820. Walk-in customers are prioritized as first-come, first-served.
Job Club : Join other job seekers in a networking group and share ideas, information and job leads.
Resume Clinic: This is a hands-on computer session for those who want to create a résumé using a pre-formatted template. Participants must have basic computer skills and bring a written résumé draft. Previous attendance of “Basic Résumé Preparation” is recommended. Bringing a flash drive is suggested. (Please schedule résumé critiques independently)
Basic LinkedIn: Introduces you to LinkedIn as a tool in job search. You will learn the basic purpose, major uses and value of this form of social media. This will include information and examples of how to set up a basic profile and conduct network searches. You will be guided through additional uses and resources that LinkedIn offers.
LinkedIn Lab: A hands-on opportunity for customers who have previously attended a LinkedIn Workshop. This is a one-hour time period for job seekers to apply their knowledge by creating or enhancing their profile and/or apply workshop knowledge. An instructor is present to troubleshoot and offer guidance. Computer seating is limited to 11 participants. PREREQUISITES: LinkedIn Workshop, a current email account and basic knowledge of computer/ Internet use.