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Career Series at the Library

If you need a job or just want to keep the one you have, you won't want to miss this series presented by The Community Job Club and Diana Miller, Career Management Consultant. The CJC offers free outplacement services and career management assistance to increase employee marketability in the workplace. Essential job search skills will be presented.

Segment TitleEvent DateRegistration Starts
career1Is your Job Search in Good Shape?July 27June 28
career3How to Use Social MediaAug. 31July26
career2Writing Winning Resumes & Cover LettersSep. 22Aug. 23
career4Job Search Tips for Workers 40 and OverOct. 26Sep. 27
career5Job Hunting during the HolidaysNov. 30Oct. 25

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