JCCN Quarterly Networking Program

jccnboulderPlease join the Jewish Community Career Network (JCCN) at our next program on Tuesday, April 97:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the Boulder JCC (3800 Kalmia Ave).   The topic this month will be  “Networking – Critical to the Job Search”.   Issues covered will include:  How effective are you when you network?  Who is your target market?  What’s the difference between general networking and networking for a targeted company?  How do you network for a growing business?

Barbara Behrendt, professional career consultant, will facilitate this workshop.  As always, there will be time to practice, network, and shmooze at the end of the program.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE JCCN STEERING COMMITTEE:  The JCCN Steering Committee has determined that JCCN can best meet the needs of the community by offering special educational events on a quarterly basis.  These events will be relevant for job seekers, career changers, small business entrepreneurs and employers, and will continue to provide opportunities for networking.

Please check our website (www.jccnboulder.org) periodically for job-related resources and updates about events.  We look forward to hearing from you with any comments or suggestions at info@jccnboulder.org, or join the conversation on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

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