Job Search Networking Group programs starting 7/31/2023

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Monday, 07/31, 10:30 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey hosts, Knockout Networking. Job searchers must have a “knock-out” approach to making great connections otherwise they will fail. In this presentation, Michael Goldberg will detail how to: confidently meet and greet new people in professional settings; further define your target market to establish more and better connections; deliver a “knock-out” elevator speech (not a script!); generate more prospects and referrals from current network, and establish important relationships generating more career opportunities. Michael Goldberg is founder of Knock Out Networking, LLC, a sales consulting firm focused on helping sales producers generate more business through networking. He is the author of “Knock-Out Networking for Financial Advisors and Other Sales Producers.” He also has a weekly blog called “3-Minute Rounds.” 

PSGCNJ has established a pre-registration system for Zoom meetings. Please use the link https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR to register by our 11 pm Friday deadline prior to the Monday morning. Please make sure to save the Zoom link you are emailed so you have it for Monday’s meeting.

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from noon-12:30 pm as Maya Ollson, career consultant, founder of Kokopella High Touch Outplacement and a frequent speaker for PSGCNJ, facilitates a 30-minute Q&A session to answer your job search questions from noon-12:30 pm in our “Ask Maya” segment.

 

Tuesday, August 1st, 2023, 5 PM PT | 6 PM MT | 7 PM CT | 8 PM ET, Join Abolutely Abbyme on Tuesday, August 1st, for Career Wake Up Call #107 where we will be helping you improve your skills by answering all your extra tricky job search questions.

Please bring your best job search questions to the call.

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New York Public Library:

Thomas Yoseloff Business Center

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL)

 

Wednesday, August 2, 2023, 3 – 4 PM

Small Business How-to Seminars:

Starting a Business and Federal Taxes

Date and Time

End times are approximate. Events may end early or late.

Location

ONLINE – Details will be emailed upon registration

Thomas Yoseloff Business Center at SNFL

Event Details

**This event will be online only** 

Thinking of starting your own business? Join IRS Liaisons Yong Li and Susanne Guo to learn how to get started.

The discussion includes:

  • Choosing the best business structures for your business
  • Employee Retention Credits
  • Scams to avoid

 Presented in partnership with the Asian American Federation.

 Click here to register

 About the Presenter:

 Susanne Guo

 Susanne Guo is a Sr. Stakeholder Liaison Bilingual Tax Specialist with the Internal Revenue Service. Susanne speaks Chinese in Cantonese and Mandarin fluently and she is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in California. Before taking her position as a Sr. Stakeholder Liaison she worked in Small Business and Self-employed Field Exam as a field Revenue Agent and worked in Abuse Tax Transection specialty group during that time. Susanne’s bilingual background, the skills and expertise she has gained throughout her 14 years IRS career has given her knowledge of policies, procedures and work processes within the IRS, so she can better serve the Chinese community in the United States.

 Yong Li

Yong Li is a bilingual Stakeholder Liaison Tax Specialist with the Internal Revenue Service. As a bilingual Chinese Stakeholder Liaison, he collaborates, informs and communicates priority outreach messages to all taxpayer communities, including major employers, community associations and tax practitioner organizations to provide significant messages that impact taxpayers to ensure compliance with the tax laws.

 Yong became a Stakeholder Liaison in 2021. Prior to that, he has held positions in IRS Small Business Self Employed Division as a Revenue Agent in field exam, tax return selection, and case processing. He has worked for the IRS for over 15 years. During this period of time, he has gained many skills and expertise on the whole life cycle of the tax returns from filing and processing of the returns, exam selection, field exam, to post-exam case processing.

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  • Audience: Adults, Businesspeople

Assistive Listening and ASL

ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing accessibility@nypl.org.

 

Wed August 2nd, 6:00-9:00pm CT online workshop, NSENG, Marty Gilbert, $80.00, “THE WHAT THE HELL APPROACH TO JOB SEARCH”® online workshop.  My trademarked technique has helped hundreds of job seekers to land their next opportunity quicker. The premise behind this approach is “what the hell do you have to lose by doing things that other job seekers aren’t doing?” After all, the job search is all about standing out, creating more visibility for your background, and engaging target audiences so that they want to interview you. During this workshop I’ll be sharing my 13 “What the Hell” moves that have helped job seekers to get interviews even when rejected by the Applicant Tracking System (ATS). A few of my topics include:

– Why many job seekers fail and how to overcome obstacles.

– How to access the “hidden job market” and get interviews with companies that don’t have advertised jobs.

– How to get around the ATS.

– How to increase visibility for your background through social media, email and direct marketing efforts.

– How to leverage your network so that they deliver valuable introductions.

This webinar will get recorded so even if you cannot attend the live event, you will be able to view the recording at any future date.

Click here to register. All registrants will also receive a 40-min webinar recording on “How to Build a Target Company List”.

 

August 2, 2023, Job Search Techniques , A FREE JOB SEARCH TRAINING AND SUPPORT GROUP OPEN TO ALL We have professional speakers on a variety of job search topics including recognizing your accomplishments, developing your resume, networking, interview preparation, and dealing with road blocks. Job Seekers of Montclair meets every Wednesday on Zoom at 7:15 PM to network. Programs start at 7:30 PM. All meetings are free and open to the public. Information about the upcoming meeting and links to it can be found on our website: https://www.jobseekersofmontclair.org

Thursday, August 3, 2023

10:00 am to 11:30 am EST

JVS Job-Seekers Virtual Workshop presents: GUEST SPEAKER

Terry Seamon, The Resilient Job Seeker 

 

The pandemic has made these last few years a roller-coaster of uncertainty, stress, and strong emotions. In normal conditions, a job search is very demanding and can take a toll on you, mentally and physically. To stay healthy during such a career transition, it’s very important to look after your well-being and resilience.

 

The topic of resilience looks at how well we handle the challenges that life hands us. Job loss, and the ensuing challenge of a job search, place great demands upon our coping resources. Strengthening our resilience helps us to stay healthy, strong, and sharp despite the ups and downs of the transition.

 

In this informative and interactive session, Career Transition Consultant Terry Seamon will share several research-based strategies — maintaining positivity, engaging your strengths, leveraging relationships, clarifying your sense of purpose, and accomplishing goals — to help you cultivate your resilience and your well being during a challenging job hunt.

 

There will be 20 minutes of open networking with fellow job seekers after the presentation.

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

 

Friday, August 4, 2023 at 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM EDT, Career Networking group-in Montgomery county

Please join us for the online Zoom meeting. RSVP is open until Thursday 5 PM ET. Upon registration, you will see the the Zoom link on the event’s MeetUp.

An in-depth look at the many different ways employers are delving into candidates’ pasts to determine their suitability for the job. The interview is just one step. Background checks are a completely separate and extensive step made much easier by the internet. What are employers learning about you? What can you do to ensure they learn what you want? These are just two of the important questions answered in this presentation. Leave with many steps you can take today to improve your background check. Bonus – A discussion on Reference Checks can be included, time permitting.

Participant takeaways:

  1. The 11 different types of background checks employers may perform
  2. Tips for how to repair a negative background
  3. Things to do to prevent a negative background check now.

About the Group: The Career Networking Group in Montgomery County provides a supportive environment where members can obtain ideas, direction, support, and learn skills to improve their job search and career. Join online and network with others to share the best job hunting practices.

LOCATION Zoom video

FACILITATOR: Lynda Dell

INVESTMENT: Free

 

Friday, August 4⋅9:45am – 12:00pm, Organizer: Mercer County PSG Events George Pace, Insiders Guide to “Keep Pace” with ChatGPT

Weekly on Friday Location:  The Princeton Public Library. 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton NJ 08542

George Pace, Insiders Guide to “Keep Pace” with ChatGPT – Unique insights on understanding ChatGPT & LLM Ecosystems

Organizer: Mercer County PSG Events, Mercer County PSG Events

Created by: psgofmercercounty.cc@gmail.com

 

Monday, 08/7, 10:30 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey hosts,

How to Beat The ATS. Join us as our guest presenter Chui Senanayake covers the objective of the resume and cover letter, applicant tracking systems and how to beat BOTS, developing winning resumes and recruitment trends. Chui Senanayake is a professional career coach and the CEO/founder of The Job Helpers. He has been helping job seekers optimize their resumes for over 15 years.

PSGCNJ has established a pre-registration system for Zoom meetings. Please visit https://lnkd.in/efmwyHR and register by our 11 pm Friday deadline prior to the Monday morning meeting. Please make sure to save the link you are emailed so you have it for Monday’s meeting. 

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from noon-12:30 pm for our ‘Ask Maya’; segment with Maya Ollson, career consultant, founder of Kokopella High Touch Outplacement and a frequent speaker for PSGCNJ. Maya facilitates the 30-minute Q&A session to answer your job search questions.

 

August 9, 630 Networking, 7 pm meeting, August Hillsdale Career Networking Group meeting will be our annual Executive Panel Discussion. For those of you who are new to our group, this is a very special meeting. Every August, Janelle invites several of her executive clients to join us to answer questions from our members about the job market, their hiring processes or anything else that you might find helpful to better understand how companies find, evaluate and hire their new employees. It has always been our most popular and well-attended meeting, drawing over 160 people last time we did one in person, back in 2019. The pandemic forced us to do this meeting on Zoom for the last three years, but we are THRILLED to bring it back as an in-person meeting this year. The date will be Wednesday, August 9 in the St. John’s Parish Center.

THE STARS ARE READY: a follow up note to the upcoming Hillsdale Career Network Group 10th Annual C-Level Panel evening.

The line-up is SPECTACULAR !!! CIO, CAO, CMO, CFO, COO and my favorite, CHRO !!!
GREAT industries, diverse disciplines and a whole bunch of great attitude.

This year’s format will be the same as in previous years. Instead of our normal presentations, our ‘C’ level executives will take questions that you, the members of our community, have submitted in advance about any and all aspects of the recruiting process. I will organize the questions that you submit into logical categories, and we will pose them to our guest panelists at the meeting. I promise you that it will be a lively, informative and frank discussion that you will want to be part of. But none of this works unless you supply us with questions to ask, and the time to start sending those question is NOW!!! 

Let us know what’s bothering you most about the job search process. Do you have any questions about resumes or interviews?  Are you worried about the future of working remotely? Or scared to death about how Artificial Intelligence might affect your candidacy? Any question on any topic related to the job search is fair game. The primary value of a meeting like this is that the executives will address issues that are on YOUR minds. Feel free to ask ANYTHING about ANYTHING that bothers you. Multiple questions are fine; the more, the better, as long as everyone realizes that time may not allow us to get to every question we receive.

As a courtesy to our guest panelists, we distribute the questions to them a few days ahead of the meeting to give them time to consider their answers and to research any specific data points that might be relevant. So, in order to give me time to get everything organized and send them out to our panelists, please send me your questions NO LATER THAN MONDAY, July 31. 

If anyone has any questions, either about this meeting or for our executives, please let me know. We appreciate the way you have all stepped up every year with the most amazing and insightful questions, and I’m sure you recognize that the quality of the meeting depends on them. So thanks in advance to everyone for thinking about this and sending questions about any part of the hiring process that might be on your mind. I look forward to hearing from you.

Gary Gabaccia

ggabaccia@gmail.com

 

August 9, 2023, Developing Your Resume , A FREE JOB SEARCH TRAINING AND SUPPORT GROUP OPEN TO ALL We have professional speakers on a variety of job search topics including recognizing your accomplishments, developing your resume, networking, interview preparation, and dealing with road blocks. Job Seekers of Montclair meets every Wednesday on Zoom at 7:15 PM to network. Programs start at 7:30 PM. All meetings are free and open to the public. Information about the upcoming meeting and links to it can be found on our website: https://www.jobseekersofmontclair.org

 

Friday, August 11-, 9:45am – 12:00pm, Organizer: Mercer County PSG Events Larry Finkelstein

Career Pivots: How to Successfully Navigate a Change in Your Professional Path

  eekly on Friday Location:  The Princeton Public Library. 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton NJ 08542

Organizer: Mercer County PSG Events, Mercer County PSG Events

Created by: psgofmercercounty.cc@gmail.com

 

Sat, August 12, 2023, 8:00 -10:00 AM  join The Breakfast Club NJ Monthly Meeting with a presentation byLynne Williams “How To Develop Successful Job Search Strategies”. Sign on  instructions at www.thebreakfastclubnj.com. Register on meetup https://www.meetup.com/the-breakfast-club-nj/events/288989090/

 

Monday, 08/14, 10:30 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey hosts,Using Library Resources for your Job Search. In this webinar, Amanda Eigen, head of library services for the Maplewood, NJ Memorial Library, will demonstrate how job seekers can best utilize Data Axle (previously Reference USA) and other resources your library has to offer to enhance your job search.

PSGCNJ has established a pre-registration system for Zoom meetings. Please visit https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR and register by our 11 pm Friday deadline prior to the Monday morning meeting.

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from noon-12:30 pm for our ‘Ask Maya’ segment with Maya Ollson, career consultant, founder of Kokopella High Touch Outplacement and a frequent speaker for PSGCNJ. Maya facilitates the 30-minute Q&A session to answer your job search questions.

 

Monday, August 14, 2023, 12 – 1:30 PM

How to Turn Your Ideas Into a Million-Dollar Business

Date and Time

End times are approximate. Events may end early or late.

Location

ONLINE – Details will be emailed upon registration

Thomas Yoseloff Business Center at SNFL

Event Details

**This event will be online only**

Click here to register

This event is part of the series: How to Create a Tiny Business That Makes Big Money.

Elaine Pofeldt, journalist and bestselling author of The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business and Tiny Business, Big Money, will interview some of the entrepreneurs featured in her books to share how they created small businesses–by giving life to their ideas for products and services–and turned them into tremendously profitable enterprises that can withstand any challenge.

All of the participating entrepreneurs have reached and surpassed 7 figures. They were able to pivot with agility, creativity, and ingenuity when the pandemic hit, and ended up thriving and growing their businesses in the most adverse of circumstances.

Join Elaine in conversation with:

They will be answering the questions: What was your path to creating products or services and differentiating them from others out there? And what were the pivotal points that led to substantial business growth?

Sign up for this program and find out their answers to this question. You’ll get an inside scoop on how these top entrepreneurs created innovative products and services, how they’ve handled challenges, adapted to market trends, developed their brands, increased their sales, and so much more.

Don’t miss the opportunity to ask them your questions!

 Click here to register

About the Moderator

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Elaine Pofeldt is an independent journalist and speaker who specializes in entrepreneurship and careers. She is the author of Tiny Business, Big Money: Strategies for Creating a High-Revenue Microbusiness and The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business: Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want, where she looks at how entrepreneurs are scaling to $1 million in revenue prior to hiring employees.

As a senior editor at Fortune Small Business magazine, she was twice nominated for the National Magazine Award for her feature stories. Her work has appeared in FORTUNE, Money, CNBC, Inc., Forbes, Crain’s New York Business, and many other business publications, and she is a contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Having built traffic for Fortune Small Business Online from a fledgling site to one with 5 million page views a month, she frequently draws on her experience to help clients improve their online presence. She founded Fortune Small Business’s National Business Plan Competition and ran it for five years. She has also been a judge in the Crain’s New York Business Perfect Pitch Competition at Columbia Business School and Rutger’s University’s business plan competition.

An experienced moderator, she has run panel discussions for New York Entrepreneurship Week and the Crain’s Top Entrepreneurs and Best Places to Work competitions. 

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August 16, 2023, Cover Letters, Thank-You Letters and References, A FREE JOB SEARCH TRAINING AND SUPPORT GROUP OPEN TO ALL We have professional speakers on a variety of job search topics including recognizing your accomplishments, developing your resume, networking, interview preparation, and dealing with road blocks. Job Seekers of Montclair meets every Wednesday on Zoom at 7:15 PM to network. Programs start at 7:30 PM. All meetings are free and open to the public. Information about the upcoming meeting and links to it can be found on our website: https://www.jobseekersofmontclair.org

 

Monday, 08/21, 10:30 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey hosts, The Future of Work…In this webinar George Pace will share his research and insights to date on the “Future of Work,” where he will cover his “Keep Pace” Future of Work Ecosystem; Core Players of the “Future of Work” Ecosystem, which include the Individual, Society, Business, Technology, The SKILLS intersection (there are eight) where he will discuss the Future of Work Skills and recommended activities to obtain those skills. George Pace is an IT technology leader, focusing on how to extract business value from the latest technologies. He also shares his thoughts and insights on his YouTube Channel www.youtube.com/keeppace.

 

August 23, 2023, Understanding Networking, A FREE JOB SEARCH TRAINING AND SUPPORT GROUP OPEN TO ALL We have professional speakers on a variety of job search topics including recognizing your accomplishments, developing your resume, networking, interview preparation, and dealing with road blocks. Job Seekers of Montclair meets every Wednesday on Zoom at 7:15 PM to network. Programs start at 7:30 PM. All meetings are free and open to the public. Information about the upcoming meeting and links to it can be found on our website: https://www.jobseekersofmontclair.org

 

Monday, 08/28, 10:30 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey hosts, How to Find a Job When Your Resume Does Not Work: The Hidden Job Market.

The hidden job market consists of all job opportunities that are not actually published for wide distribution and represents approximately 80% of job opportunities. The fastest and most effective way to get in front of these decision makers is through family, friends and your sphere of influence. These decision makers can help connect you to the hidden job market. John Corcoran has been an executive in the strategic business development arena for over 30 years.

He has maintained a career coaching presence since 1992. He is the founder of Merritt Walsh Associates, LLC, a strategy firm and the parent company of Corcoran Career Coaching.

PSGCNJ has established a pre-registration system for Zoom meetings. Please visit https://lnkd.in/eFmwyHR and register by our 11 pm Friday deadline prior to the Monday morning meeting.

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from noon-12:30 pm for our ‘Ask May’ segment with Maya Ollson, career consultant, founder of Kokopella High Touch Outplacement and a frequent speaker for PSGCNJ. Maya facilitates the 30-minute Q&A session to answer your job search questions.

 

August 30, 2023, Making Networks Work, A FREE JOB SEARCH TRAINING AND SUPPORT GROUP OPEN TO ALL We have professional speakers on a variety of job search topics including recognizing your accomplishments, developing your resume, networking, interview preparation, and dealing with road blocks. Job Seekers of Montclair meets every Wednesday on Zoom at 7:15 PM to network. Programs start at 7:30 PM. All meetings are free and open to the public. Information about the upcoming meeting and links to it can be found on our website: https://www.jobseekersofmontclair.org

 

 

Tue, September 12, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Eastern Time) Communicating Your Best Self with Executive Presence (Zoom)

During this interactive networking event, media and communications expert, Melissa Daly, will share her best tips on how to create meaningful talk tracks about yourself and your accomplishments, and career  guru, Charlotte A. Lee, will share how to use them during networking and interviewing. Additional topics include:

  • Tools and techniques to build Executive Presence
  • How to communicate your skills and add value
  • Linking Executive Presence with leadership, empathy, and self-awareness

Register for free at  https://Executive_Presence_09122023.splashthat.com

 

 Pre-Recorded Podcasts

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://www.nypl.org/locations/snfl/yoseloff-business

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.

 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:

https://www.psgofmercercounty.org/p/e-learning-resources.html

 

 

General Resources

 CareerUSA.org

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 

https://www.careerusa.org/  

Recurring Meetings

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: keeppace@gmail.com.

The Ramsey Job Search Work Team meets every Monday morning. Networking and meeting starts at 9:00 to 10:30.  Members are expected to hold each other accountable at weekly (virtual) meetings for conducting a job search in earnest. Historically, the team has enjoyed a very high rate of “landings” by those conducting an active and vigorous job search.

Based on the Lee-Hecht-Harrison model, it’s more of a project management team made up of people committed to helping each other in the job search. By attending regularly and staying focused on key tasks, meetings serve as an advisory panel that knows you and your search and can offer answers to the questions that come up in job hunting.

Help others to help you (especially for the first few meetings) by having a prepared “elevator pitch” to introduce yourself. Jobs open up because there’s a problem to solve or a need to fill.

Please contact Beth Berkenfeld at bberk2@optonline.net or 201-797-4342 if interested in joining the group.

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, wno1635@gmail.com.

 

Executives in Job Transition (formerly Morris County Executives in Transition) meets the 3rd Monday of the month from 10-12 noon through the Zoom link below. The group is a great opportunity to network for new contacts and job search ideas.  Please feel free to share this with other job seekers you feel can use our assistance.The format is the same as always, everyone gets equal time to present their introduction and job search successes and challenges, then ask the group for assistance with the challenges. All are welcome

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 Mondays at 4:30 – Win Sheffield offers 1 hour workshops each Monday at 4:30, open to all covering use of stories in pitches, interviews and resumes.  On the first Monday of the month they are free (other weeks $20). For details and to register: https://www.winsheffield.com/events/weekly-stories-workshop-conveying-your-value-20/  

Take a page from Hollywood’s playbook and communicate your value effectively using stories.  We are hardwired for stories and can learn to use them to get results for our careers quickly.

Welcome to the Milford JETS networking group that meets every Monday at 6:30p.m.  (except holidays to be announced).  Co leaders Craig Cunningham, HR Leader and Diana Champagne, Total Rewards leader are cc’d.  

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Resuming 1/10/23 on alternating Tuesdays from 10am-12pm with rare exceptions, Northern NJ Professionals in Transition (#NNJ_PIT) is pleased to offer free Zoom meetings hosted by longtime group facilitator and Career Coach, Tony Calabrese, of Absolute Transitions, LLC. Q & A will follow. Be sure to check our webpage for: dates, topics, presenters, webinar descriptions, and the registration link at: bit.ly/NNJ-PIT2023schedule, as well as join our email list for occasional announcements, reminders, and updates at: NNJPIT2020+subscribe@groups.io. Login info will be emailed the day prior to each webinar. Registration closes at 8am the morning of each webinar. If you or someone you know is a thought-leader interested in becoming one of our esteemed guest presenters, or if you have any questions, please email Tony at: tony@absolutetransitions.com.

 

Every Tuesday 1-2:00pm, Join Ken Lang for his weekly LinkedIn Live! event. Register here at https://www.meetup.com/Weekly-LinkedIn-Lunch-and-Learn/ or you can watch the broadcast live from Ken’s LinkedIn profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/langk 

 

Please note that the Neighbors-helping-Neighbors (NhN) virtual meetings will be taking the summer off and will resume in September of 2023.  An updated meeting schedule will be available later this summer and posted on the NhN website.  More information regarding the NhN career transition group may be found at www.nhnusa.org.  In the meanwhile, join our LinkedIn group and feel free to use our free resources on this site.

 

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. 

 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 dfavia@optonline.net for Zoom Meeting ID and Password.

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.

Free Computer Classes at Neptune Public Library. Registration required:

Thursday, June 29 5:30p-7:30p [PowerPoint]

 The basics class is discontinued and being done on an individual basis through diagnostic testing modules.

 To register, contact:

 Laura Myers

Neptune Public Library

732.775.8241

 

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.

 

1st and 3rd Saturday of the month Careers in Transition (CIT, read about us at https://www.christchurchshorthills.org/careers-in-transition/ )  meets – CIT is back to virtual!

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: https://www.nypl.org/locations/snfl/yoseloff-business 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.

 

 

 

 

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