Preparing and enabling people in transition for Today's Job Search. Learn from a real master and pro about LinkedIn, a job search and career management tool used by over 180 million professionals worldwide including job seekers, company hiring personnel and employment recruiters. the “Facebook” for networking and career search. David Rahn has trained over 3500 people attending his LinkedIn sessions the past 4 years in support of the out of work and job search community. David will put on a live, interactive demonstration as part of his training session. www.whatsthatnoise.net
- What LinkedIn is and why you need to use it
- Understand about making connections and invitations
- See how to “ask” your network for introductions
- The difference between invitations and introductions
- Get a grip on groups – What are Groups?
These methods and skills enable people to get connected with former work associates and acquire introductions to people that can assist them in their quest for employment.
Are you unemployed, underemployed, not happily employed or worried about keeping your job during these difficult economic times? Do you need a job search/career transition plan in case you should lose your job in the near future? If so, please join us for the monthly networking meeting of the:
Crossroads Career Network Ministry
Tuesday February 12, 2013
7:00 pm - 9:00pm
Eola Community Center & Library 555 South Eola Rd. Aurora, IL Rm 111
David Rahn is Director of Information Technology at the Chicago Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. David has an extensive background in the field of information technology. He has held IT management positions in a wide variety of industries that include capital goods manufacturing, money center banking, process manufacturing, systems integration and consulting, legal services, government service and higher education.
No prior registration required for this FREE skills training & networking meeting
For more information, call George Carson at 630-675-4509 firstname.lastname@example.org Directions: ½ mile north of intersection of Eola Rd & Ogden Ave on west side of road in large red brick building. Room 111 where meeting is being held is on north end of building. There is a traffic light on south end of building and you can enter there and park in parking lot.