Job Search Workshop Series
If you're looking for employment, these workshops will help prepare you to beat out the competition. Come join us for all, or pick and choose what interests you...
Effective Resumes and Cover Letters – this workshop covers the different structures of resumes, architecture/design of resume sections, content, formatting, and do’s and don’ts.
In Juneau - Tuesday, April 8th, 4:30, Egan Classroom 113
Interviewing Techniques – this workshop goes over how to effectively prepare for an interview, how an interview is typically structured, how to answer difficult or illegal questions, using STAR stories to answer behavior questions, a list of strategic questions to ask at the end, and how to effectively follow up following an interview.
In Juneau - Wednesday, April 9th, 2:30 pm, Egan Classroom 113
Networking Strategies – 80% of jobs are found through networking. This workshop will explain how to expand your network both locally and regionally, how to use LinkedIn to connect with employers, and why every job seeker should have an About.me page.
In Juneau - Thursday, April 10th, 4:30 pm, Egan Classroom 113
What are Employers REALLY thinking? - featuring a panel of local employers who will share their inside tips and suggestions on resumes, interviewing, and what they're looking for in ideal candidates:
* Offered Wednesday, December 4th. To view recorded session click here for video *
Alaska Department of Fish and Game – Sheila Cameron, Program Coordinator
Juneau School District – Dan Larson, Principal, Thunder Mountain High School
State of Alaska – Erin Kelly, Recruitment Services Manager
City and Borough of Juneau - Sarah Cole, Human Resources Consultant
SEARHC - Randy McPherson, Human Resources Manager
To view last year's session, click here for video. Please fast forward to 3.40 on the video counter to view the beginning of the session.