2021 Virtual Transition Support Meetings
Monday, 4/12 at 10:00 a.m. Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey,
The Personal Value Proposition for a Job Seeker
In this presentation by Alex Freund, better known as The Landing Expert, you will learn to develop a value proposition that answers four questions: 1. What is it that you do? 2. For whom do you do it? 3. What benefits do you provide? 4. What makes you distinctive in the marketplace?
Zoom meeting Access:
Meeting link: https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR
Meeting ID: 525-652-585
Dial-in phone only: 646-558-8656
Monday, April 12th, 10:00am, Roswell United Methodist Church (RUMC) Job Networking Event.Register now for a day of job skills workshops including me, Foster Williams (aka The Job Father), and a panel of experts with their ideas on “The One Thing A Job Seeker Should Know”.This virtual event is open to everyone! To register go here:
Monday, April 12, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m., New York Public Library presents “Four Key Steps in a Salary Negotiation”.
When you finally get a job offer, do you rush to say yes? Or do you say, “Give me 24 hours to think about it” and plan your negotiation strategy in advance? Amy Geffen, Ph.D. discusses the 4 key steps in a salary negotiation: knowing what you are worth, outlasting the competition, getting the offer, and negotiating. Learn how to juggle the 4 key numbers in any salary conversation and how you can get more of what matters to you including salary, benefits, and perks.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 2:00 pm, Monmouth County Workforce Development hosts Career Development Workshop “Becoming Confident on Camera: How to Engage your Virtual Audience”, with Nancy Robillard. PLEASE CONTACT MARIELA FOR THE LINK AT MOSORIO.LBPL@GMAIL.COM
Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m. New York Public Library presents “The 6 Job Search Strategies You Can’t Afford Not To Know”. The most popular way to job search is via online job boards. But is that the only way to find a job? There are actually 6 primary job search strategies available to any job hunter and in this webinar, Cheryl Simpson showcases each along with the best ways to implement it. Learn the the differences between the visible and the hidden job markets and push versus pull self-marketing strategies.
Apr 13, 2021 06:30 PM-8:50 PM Central Time (US and Canada) , Topic: PATH Group Meeting: Through the Lens of a Recruiter. Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fRaTDAx7T0agX_dt3bf97g
Attendee limit – 100 people
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM (EDT), The Tuesday evening NJ JobSeekers group, normally at Trinity Church in Princeton, is moving online for the duration. Web site: https://sites.google.com/site/njjobseekers/home. Tuesday meeting permalink: https://sites.google.com/site/njjobseekers/hot-link-to-this-weeks-online-meeting
Wed Apr 14th, 6:00-8:30pm CT, $75 fee, “Maximizing the Value of LinkedIn During your Job Search”, by Marty Gilbert, Click HERE to view details and/or register for this online workshop. There’s no question that LinkedIn is one of the most valuable job search tools available today. But the average job seeker probably uses less than 50% of the potential that LinkedIn can deliver. Your LinkedIn profile can be a tremendous asset to your search if it’s built right. The LinkedIn database can help you uncover a lot of hard-to-find companies, if you know how to find them. Having a lot of LinkedIn connections can be extremely useful, if you know how to leverage them. And you need to know to how to combine all of this into an integrated job search marketing effort in order to maximize the value of LinkedIn.
Thursday, April 15, 2021, JVS Job-Seekers presents guest speaker Sharon Altman, “How to Open Doors With a High-Impact Resume. For more information, please contact Meryl Kanner at 862-704-2233 or click here.
Friday, April 16, 2021, 12-1:30 p.m., New York Public Library presents “Envisioning Your Ideal Career in Your New World…On Your Terms”, Not sure what that ideal career looks like? Unsure of the path to get there? Are fear and doubts getting in your way? Join Certified Career Coach/NYPL Workshop Facilitator Jim Arnoff in a highly interactive workshop that will give you the coaching tools to envision that career with ease, let go of those obstacles that are standing in your way and gain the courage to pursue that career with commitment. Learn tools that will allow you to see all your options, tap into your passion and create specific action steps to achieve the career you deserve.
Monday, 4/19 at 10:00 a.m. Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey,
Finding Your Passion through Myers Briggs Personality Type
Join Mary Anne Kennedy as she discusses the Myers-Briggs self-assessment questionnaire, which will help you understand yourself, your motivations, your natural strengths and your potential areas for growth. Participants are encouraged to take the preference assessment prior to Mary Anne’s presentation in order to determine your 4-letter personality type.
Zoom meeting Access:
Meeting link: https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR
Meeting ID: 525-652-585
Dial-in phone only: 646-558-8656
Monday, April 19, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m.. New York Public Library hosts “Self-Recruiter® Lecture Series: Resume Renovation”, In this special lecture format, John Crant discusses how to increase the value of the items on your resume and how to make the cuts necessary to be seen as a stand-out during your job search. •• Ready for Remote Work? (Your Resume needs to Communicate that Effectively too) •• Resume: ‘New’ Definition & Your Resume Goals •• Understanding ‘Stacks of Incoming Resumes’•• ‘3 Second’ Test•• One Page Resume, Unless It’s Two 🙁 •• Value, Value Everywhere, but Nowhere to be Seen •• Degrees of Degrees •• The Headless Horseman: Don’t Send a Word Doc. •• Your Resume… is just the very 1st Step to Getting Hired!
Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 5-6:30 p.,m., New York Public Library presents Lynne M. Williams, Ed.D., “Beating the Applicant Tracking System”. As a job seeker, are you wondering why you are not getting any response to your online submissions? Uncover why human eyes may never see the resumes you submit online and discover what you need to do to optimize your resume to beat the dreaded Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Have your current resume available to mark up during the workshop. The content of this presentation was published in chapter 8 of the book published by the ATD (Association of Talent Development) called Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing the Job You Love. Dick Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute wrote the forward and 15 other career coaches from around the country also contributed chapters.Registration is required for this webinar – Click Here to Register
Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m., New York Public Library hosts “How the Job Search Has Changed in a Year of Pandemic”. The Covid-19 pandemic upended every aspect of normal livelihood around us. Things shifted to sometimes unrecognizable extents overnight. Join Amy Geffen Ph.D. and Win Sheffield MBA as they discuss how the pandemic has influenced the current job search process. As a job seeker do you have to consider completely new job search skills and what is staying the same? What about your resume or your LinkedIn profile – do you have to add any “pandemic skills” there? These are just some of the questions that Amy and Win discuss in this interactive webinar. Bring your questions.
Friday, April 23, 2021, 12-1:30 p.m., New York Public Library hosts “How to Tell Stories That Sell You and Grab Employer’s Attention Virtually”. In a competitive Covid job market with limited ways to connect with people, we need to make a solid impression to stand out from the competition. People need to develop a strong impression of what it would be like to work with you. The easiest way to do that is to tell them a memorable story.Join career coach, Win Sheffield, to learn how to select and deliver stories that will convey your value in a compelling way. Topics covered include: * Identify good stories to tell: What Hollywood can teach us about telling our story * Isolate the messages you want to deliver * Learn techniques to deliver your message with clarity and impact. If you want to start thinking about this In advance, you can listen to 5-minute podcasts on telling stories at www.bit.ly/TPOY-Stories
Saturday, April 24, 2021, 9 a.m. – 1:15 pm (eastern time), Virtual Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop, Cost $5, An interactive time of information and ideas to provide help and hope in your job transition and career.
Transferable Skills – Ford R. Myers– Many of us have not yet identified the transferable skills we possess that will aid us in obtaining our next position. By understanding and identifying your transferable (portable) skills, your new career can become a reality! Ford will lead us through identifying our skills, and then how to market ourselves utilizing those skills employers are looking for.
Building Relationships is Key to your Job Search Success – Amy Dinning – One of the most important activities we can participate in while in job transition is building relationships. You are only one person away from your next position, you just have not met that person yet. Amy will guide us through how to successfully build relationships that will aid us in job transition and in life.
Why Can’t I Get the Job? – Alex Freund – How often do you feel that you were a perfect fit for the position but did not get the offer? You may have felt that you provided impressive answers, connected with the interviewer, had the exact experience wanted, met all of the requirements, and even sent timely follow-up notes. If only you could understand why you did not get that job. Attending will enable you to identify potential signals as to what’s really going on. You’ll become empowered to ask questions and act strategically so that you become the candidate who gets the offer.
Questions & Answers with a Panel of Experts – Ford, Alex, and Amy.
Please register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jump-start-your-job-search-online-workshop-tickets-138171048325 and pay with a credit card. You will receive a Zoom link in order to attend the workshop. Please note that online registration will close on Friday, April 23 at noon. For more information or questions, contact Amy Dinning at email@example.com.
Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey, Monday, 4/26 at 10:00 a.m.
Infographic Marketing Sheets
Join JC Paradise as he discusses Infographic Marketing Sheets as a networking tool. Myth: People appreciate a resume that is packed with lots of information: Fact: Most people spend very little time reading your resume. Action: JC will expand upon the ACT Marketing Sheet training with examples that are designed to stand out and help sell you.
Zoom meeting Access:
Meeting link: https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR
Meeting ID: 525-652-585
Dial-in phone only: 646-558-8656
Monday, April 26, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m., New York Public Library hosts, “Most People Don’t . . . And Why You Should “Bart Berkey is a motivational storyteller, author, keynote speaker, and former Ritz-Carlton recruiter and Global Sales Executive. His core message: Most People Don’t (MPD) is the foundation to encourage improvements in behavior for job search and any other life situations. He shares real-life stories through “”Messages That Matter”” that provide applicable takeaways and actionable ideas. We all know what we “should do” to live a more purposeful life and contribute to others. Now learn how to use his tool to move your “should do’s” into the “accomplished” category for greater results and success. Registration is required for this webinar – Click Here to Register
Tuesday, April 27, 2021, 5-6:30 p.m. New York Public Library hosts “Job Search Best Practices for Mature Workers”. Job searching is tough for most people, but there are extra minefields for mature workers to navigate, from how to craft their resumes and LinkedIn profiles to how to interview without overselling themselves. In this webinar, Cheryl Lynch Simpson covers a wide-range of solutions for mature workers including how to age-proof their resumes and LinkedIn profiles, how to answer age- and money-related interview questions, how to connect with younger interviewers, and how to distinguish yourself in the job market without yielding to defeatism. The discussion includes live demos of recommended resume and LinkedIn changes every over-40 professional should consider.
THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2021,10:00am – 12:00pm, Monmouth County Workforce development hosts, ‘Work Search Buddies:Finding Success with a Little Help from a Friend’ By, Paul Cecala. Please reserve your seat by going to:
http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=gy5ejadab&oeidk=a07ehnvg61466c8b2f7 and registering for this workshop by completing the entire form. **If you need to cancel your reserved seat, please give at least 24 hours notice, and send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel**.
Wednesday, May 5, 2021, 5 – 6:30 p.m. , New York Public Library hosts, ‘Advanced LinkedIn: Fast Forward Your Job Search and Career’, End times are approximate. Events may end early or late. PROGRAM LOCATIONS: ONLINE – Details will be emailed upon registration. ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing email@example.com.
The evidence is clear; those who are well versed in LinkedIn are reaching their career goals more quickly. But even regular LinkedIn users are often not aware of advanced, easily accessible, free features and strategies that can boost their job search and career. In this webinar, Robert Hellmann, President of Hellmann Career Consulting (www.hellmannconsulting.com) gives a live demonstration to go well beyond the basics, including:- Improve your odds of being found by the “right” employers via the strategic placement of keywords; take maximum advantage of LinkedIn’s profile search algorithm – Learn the right way to build and leverage your LinkedIn network to improve your odds of getting interviews. – Adapt your resume to your LinkedIn profile by understanding when to keep them the same, when to make them different – Use Advanced people-search techniques: find and connect with those who can help you – How to easily keep in touch with your network on LinkedIn – which is the essence of true networking – Discover under-utilized features of LinkedIn that will help you to make a great impression
Thursday, May 6, 2021, 5 – 6:30 p.m. New York Public Library hosts, “Resumes That Bring Results” End times are approximate. Events may end early or late. PROGRAM LOCATIONS: ONLINE – Details will be emailed upon registration. ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve been sending your resume but getting few or no replies, in this webinar Amy Geffen, Ph.D. shows you how to get results. Learn about the 5 key parts to the resume; how to write accomplishments using the P.A.R. format: Problem, Action, and Result to distinguish yourself from the competition. Topics covered: what to include, what to avoid, how to deal with gaps in your employment, formatting, education and work history dates, and how to write a cover letter.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 5 – 6:30 p.m., New York Public Library hosts, “Supercharge Your LinkedIn Profile: A 4-Step Process. End times are approximate. Events may end early or late. PROGRAM LOCATIONS: ONLINE – Details will be emailed upon registration
ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing email@example.com.
LinkedIn is a powerful platform for in-person and virtual networking but to leverage it fully you need a strong profile, a robust network, and a systematic way to build and leverage relationships with your connections. In this webinar, Cheryl Lynch Simpson discusses 9 must-have features of a Brand You profile, 7 ways to upgrade your network to support your job hunt, a 4-step process for building relationships with your most critical LinkedIn connections, and 16 networking “”asks”” you can make with them. Get access to templates, tools, and tips to streamline your in-person and virtual LinkedIn networking.
In this article, IDC’s Wayne Kurtzman shares survey results on how to increase engagement in virtual meetings .https://blogs.idc.com/2020/07/06/what-virtual-conferences-still-miss/
This video podcast explores the preferences, experiences, attitudes and behaviors of organizers and attendees of virtual events that have been held in the wake of COVID-19. It also delves into the priorities that organizers, sponsors, and vendors should address to ensure a positive experience for event attendees and how to capitalize of virtual event opportunities.https://info.idc.com/Virtual_Events_Podcast.html
The New York Science, Industry and Business Library, located at 188 Madison Avenue @ 34th Street, New York, NY 10016. The library also recorded some of the presentations and they are available 24/7 on-line at: http://www.nypl.org/node/90324.
Westport Public Library, located at 20 Jesup Road, Westport, CT 06880 offers an interesting series of weekly programs pertaining to job search, training, and career advice. Click on their link at: http://www.westportlibrary.org/events for a detailed list of upcoming events. In addition, many of these informative presentations are recorded and the podcasts can be viewed 24/7, when time allows, at: http://www.westportlibrary.org/digital/podcasts/searchresults?podcast_terms=jobseeker.
Microcasts featuring Win Sheffield, a certified career coach, consisting of 71 assorted Power of You Microcasts. These 5-minute Microcasts answer various career questions, such as:
- I have just been laid off and don’t know where to turn; what do I do
- I am frustrated by my progress even though I am pursuing a variety of job options. What can I do to improve my results?
- Networking, I have very little idea who I should be meeting with or what to ask them. Can you help me get started?
For the entire list of 71 five-minute Power of You microcasts, please click on the following link: www.winsheffield.com/podcasts.
Teleconference featuring Abby Kohut, President of Staffing Symphony, and author of Absolutely Abby’s 101 Job Search Secrets, give a teleconference call titled: ‘Keeping Your Career on Track During the COVID-19 Pandemic’. The replay can be accessed at: https://careerwakeupcalls.com/replay-2703/.
In addition to listening to this replay, send an email to Abby at firstname.lastname@example.org. This will add you to the invite list for the next call and the resource guide from this call.
Zoom: If you want to learn how to use Zoom, copy this link: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/learning-zoom/stay-connected-with-zoom-meetings?trk=lilblog_03-11-20_new-to-working-remotely-resources_learning and paste it into your browser. This will take you to your LinkedIn account and then to videos to instruct you to use Zoom.
PSG of Mercer County website has now grown to 35 eLearning sites. Many are free, but not all. Check out some of these eLearning sites at:
Sara Greenhouse of Generate Buzz, LLC has officially launched Coaches’ Covid Couch, a series of short podcasts with a variety of coaches (ex. job / career, health & wellness, sales, business, life, etc), discussing their experiences during the pandemic and advice they have to help you build your resilience. Click here to check out the Generate Buzz, LLC YouTube channel and be sure to click subscribe so you’re notified of new videos. Questions? Please email: email@example.com.
The Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group (PAGCG), with the Business Executives Networking Group (BENG) and Nonprofit Career Network (NCN) provides career education, resources, support services, & networking connections for those in transition, the self-employed, employed, & the organizations that employ them. We are all-inclusive, diverse, and equitable. BENG is for mid to senior level whether in transition, employed, or self-employed.
For more information go to https://greatcareersphl.org/
The latest event list can be found here: http://bit.ly/CareerEdEvents
The mission of CareerUSA.org is to provide ONE website where anyone who is unemployed or under-employed, can find everything they need to help with his or her career search that will result in employment.
Any formed group that assists members in educating, coaching, career testing, job lead, networking connections, mentoring, counseling, or support, while providing a safe place for the job seeker, is welcome to be listed on the or CareerUSA.org website.
For more information and a schedule of events go to
Become a New Start Career Network Member!
New Start Career Network (NSCN) provides free assistance to NJ residents over age 45 who have been out of work for at least 6 months. Membership includes:
- Information and advice about the labor market and job search strategies, including over 100 webinars on all aspects of the search.
- Free access to premium job search services such as Jobscan, Vault, and Big Interview.
- One-on-one and group virtual coaching provided by trained volunteer coaches.
- Resume & LinkedIn profile reviews and practice interviewing with coaches.
- Referrals to a broad range of services through NSCN’s partners, including education, training, mental health support, and financial advising.
Sundays from 9:00 – 9:30 am: George Pace, an IT Technology Leader, in Partnership with TBCNJ, host a weekly LIVE Webinar every Sunday to discuss:
- The latest Federal / State news as it relates to the Job Market
- Updates related to Unemployment
- Discuss proactive job search activities
To access the webinar, visit:www.facebook.com/keeppace. In the left-hand column, click on Videos, then click on the video that says LIVE. If you don’t see the LIVE button, it hasn’t started yet. For questions, please contact George Pace at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Monday Morning, 9:30am to 11:30am, (GMT-06:00) America/Chicago “VIRTUAL” JOB SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS Every Monday Morning Organizer: Mike Ritter StHubertJobMinistry@groups.io . The Saint Hubert Job and Networking Ministry continues in its mission to assist the job seeker and job changer with the introduction of “virtual” Job Support Group meetings, via Zoom. The meetings are a way to address your careering and job connection concerns with one of our team members, as well as one another, learn more about the resources available to job seekers, and to share information and support with a small group of attendees.
If you would like to register for this event:
- Send an email, with the name of the event, Job Support Group, to Mike Ritter, at StHubertJobMinistry@groups.io
- You will receive an invitation to Zoom.com, a video conferencing platform, to join the group on your computer, tablet, or mobile device
- Click on the link, within that email invitation, to join the “Job Support Group”, on Zoom.com.
Please send any questions to Mike Ritter at StHubertJobMinistry@groups.io
The WNO (Westchester Networking Organization) meets the third Monday of each month. During the COVID pandemic, we are meeting via Zoom at 5:45 p.m. The WNO is a community that is supportive and welcoming to those who are in transition and that fosters career fulfillment for all professionals, including those fully employed. We provide an opportunity to network across industries, fields and organizations. Our monthly meetings include networking time as well as a presentation on a topic relevant to job search and career development. The contact e-mail ID for the WNO, email@example.com.
Tuesdays, Northern NJ Professionals in Transition (#NNJ_PIT) is proud to announce it is hosting Zoom meetings led by longtime group facilitator and career coach, Tony Calabrese, of Absolute Transitions, LLC. These will be held on alternating Tuesdays from 10am-12pm. Be sure to check our webpage for the most up-to-date info, including webinar descriptions, at: bit.ly/PT2021sched. Login instructions will be provided the day prior to each session. Registration closes at 8am the morning of each webinar. If you have any questions, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Tuesday 1-2:00pm, Join Ken Lang for Linkedin Lunch and Learn register here https://www.meetup.com/Weekly-LinkedIn-Lunch-and-Learn/ .
Tuesdays, Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA is a grassroots, volunteer, networking organization that is widely respected and recognized for its work in career advancement and job search support. Zoom based meetings are held every Tuesday between 7:00pm to 7:40pm. Registration is required through NhN’s website (www.nhnusa.org).
Join William Paterson University Alumni Association virtually on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom for an informative and strategic approach to landing the job you want. We are pleased to launch a series of career workshops to help support you in your career search. Whether you’re in a current job search, considering a career transition or looking to take your career to the next level, these sessions are for you! Over the next 5 months, you’ll have an opportunity to learn the key elements of a job search strategy and a step-by-step approach to landing the job you want. We’ll take the guesswork out of the job search, so you will always know what to do next.
The series will be led by Executive Coach Robert Hellmann, President of Hellmann Career Consulting, a certified GetFive Senior Career Coach, and a LinkedIn Certified Professional Recruiter. For questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 973-720-2175.
Get Good at Getting Interviews – Tap into the “Hidden” Job Market – Tuesday, April 27
Turn Interviews into Offers – Tuesday, May 25
Effective Salary and “Job” Negotiation – Make Thousands in Minutes! – Tuesday, June 22
Every Wednesday at 9:30, psgmc (Professional Services Group Morris County) presents a virtual meeting. They provide relevant speakers to help with your job search, as well as provide a forum to networks. If you would like to attend our meetings please email Dale at firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom Meeting ID and Password.
Every other Wednesday from roduce tools and techniques from wisdom teachers that will provide job seekers with alternative 6:00-7:30pm The NSCN Resilience Circle has provided an opportunity for people to share their frustrations and anxieties about job loss and subsequent job search with their peers. We will intays to work through their transition period and consciously change their mindset. The group will meet every other Wednesday from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. These sessions are only open to members of NSCN.
Expectations We ask the following of each member: Commit to being willing and open to explore and take action from the wisdom thought leaders and various self-care activities, and actively participate in all group discussions and study topics that are presented.
If you are interested in participating, please email Michele Martin at email@example.com.
1st and 3rd Thursday of the month The Northwest New Jersey Career Club (NWNJCC) led by Nancy Mackowiak, will conduct an ONLINE ZOOM Meeting regarding current job search issues and challenges. This group previously met at the Mount Olive Public Library. To join the meeting, join the Facebook group ‘Northwest New Jersey Career Club’ and a Zoom invitation will be sent to you, a day before the meeting.
Every Thursday at 1:30pm, join The New Start Career Network (NSCN) for an hour of open discussion and support with Michele Martin, Marc Strano, and Maria Heidkamp. The agenda is based on your needs and questions. To learn more, visit the NSCN website at https://www.newstartcareernetwork.org/ or email us at ‘Ask NSCN’ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
The Professional Service Group (PSG) of Mercer County is a community program providing enrichment seminars for professionals in transition who are seeking new employment opportunities or exploring new career paths. PSG of Mercer County meets each Friday morning at 10:00am. Meetings are always free, open to all, and do NOT require you to register in advance. Please check the PSG of Mercer County website Event Calendar for upcoming programs: https://www.psgofmercercounty.org/p/event-calendar.html.
There will be no PSG of Mercer County meetings on Friday, December 25 & Friday, January 1 due to the Christmas and New Year holiday week!
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month Careers in Transition (CIT, read about us at https://www.christchurchshorthills.org/parish-life/church-fellowship/careers-in-transition1/ ) meets virtually on ZOOM. Virtual business cards are shared using ZOOM chat.
REGISTRATION USING THE CIT GOOGLE FORM IS REQUIRED by 4PM Friday before the meeting using https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdixw9sWuOVUkACon_LioMt3xdw79v94u-fmjYRmrD-Hx9H1Q/viewform Google will acknowledge your form submission. CIT will send you the Zoom link on Friday night. Please check your spam folder.
The New York Science, Industry and Business Library, located at 188 Madison Avenue @ 34th Street, New York, NY 10016-4314, offers an extensive series of weekly programs pertaining to job search, training, and career advice. In addition, the library has numerous training classes on Microsoft Office, including: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Check it out; you will be glad that you did. Inquiries about programs may be made by calling 917-275-6975, Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm. Click on their link at: http://www.nypl.org/events/calendar?location=65 for a detailed list of upcoming classes. In addition to these great in-person classes, the library also recorded some of the presentations and they are available 24/7 on-line at: http://www.nypl.org/node/90324 . Check them out; I am sure you will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of helpful information awaiting you.