JCCN: Interviewing Part 2

On Tuesday, November 30, the Jewish Career Networking group will hold the second part of the series on how to best present yourself to potential employers or business contacts. Last session, non face-to-face contacts were discussed, including written, Skype and phone communication.

Tuesday evening’s session will cover how best to prepare for face-to-face interviews and meetings. Discussion will center around appropriate dress, eye contact, responsive conversations in single or panel interviews as well as how best to engage clients in a business setting.

The JCCN meets every second and fourth Tuesday evening of the month (except for holidays) from 7 to 8:30 pm, at the Boulder Jewish Community Center, 3800 Kalmia Avenue. All sessions are free and open to everyone, with time for networking at the end of the evening.

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