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Monday, 7/25, at 10 am, Professional Services Group of Central New Jersey Hosts, Networking: Using It Throughout Your Life. Some of us think of networking as something to be done when looking for a job, but networking is far more than that. It something we should all be doing all the time — for advancing our career, for finding an electrician, for helping your brother-in-law solve a work problem… for doing anything where ‘knowing stuff’ and ‘knowing people’ can be of help to you and others in working through a situation. Our guest speaker, Marty Latman, will share with us how that is repeatedly helpful in many aspects of life, working and living.
Marty Latman is a CPA and has spoken at many local and international professional organization conferences. He is also co-chairman of the Financial Executive Networking Group (FENG), chairman of New Jersey Strategic Executive Network (NJSENG) and chairman of the Bergen County Networking Community (BCNC). PSGCNJ has established a pre-registration system for Zoom meetings. Please visit https://psgcnj.biz/need-to-know/ and register by our 11 pm Friday evening deadline prior to our Monday morning meeting where it says Welcome Back.
Tuesday 7/26, led by Tony Calabrese, “The Importance of Follow-Up”. Stay tuned for the registration link. Meetings will continue to be held on Zoom on alternate Tuesdays at 10am, with rare exceptions such as this month.
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM (EDT), The Tuesday evening NJ JobSeekers group, normally at Trinity Church in Princeton, is moving online for the time being. We will meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays, each month.
Tuesday meeting permalink: https://sites.google.com/site/njjobseekers/hot-link-to-this-weeks-online-meeting
Wednesday, July 27th, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, SORE Monmouth hosts, ‘B2B Marketing How to reach your target audience’, Presented By Alan Zickefoose, Register Here.
July 27 at 7:15 pm, join host and organizer Stewart Linder and team
when Job Seekers of Montclair presents a coach’s panel!
Join Lisa Ann Miller, Paul Cecala, Joey Himelfarb and me for a panel discussion on Job Hunting in Today’s Changing Environment. This will be a “give and take” night so be prepared with your questions!
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Thursday, July 28 at Noon Eastern / 9AM Pacific for the next installment of John Hadley’s free Reinvent Your Career webinar series. I’ve worked with numerous clients who reinvented themselves. Sometimes this involved a minor shift, others a radical change. Some continued in the corporate world, others created huge success for themselves in the consulting world. I’ve also made two successful career transitions myself, and want to share what I’ve learned. And I want to bring into the mix what has worked for others. Thus, I’ve embarked on a series of webinars to explore the clues that helped create successful transitions, to help you uncover the recipe for reinvention. For this next one, I’m going to interview Stacy Rowan, Human Design & Mindset Coach on her path from engineering through technical writing and fine art, to end up exactly where she was meant to be. Join us as we embark on this 1 hour journey register now
Friday, July 29, 2022 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM EDT, Join Us ONLINE For “Being and Presenting the Best YOU in Your Job Search”, Career Networking Group in Montgomery County, Details ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCE / ONLINE WEBINAR ONLY:
Once You Have Clicked On the “Attend Online” Button you have been registered to attend the meeting & you will automatically receive both a Confirmation Email From Meetup & the Meeting Login Information For That Particular Meeting!!
When registering you must provide (FOR SECURITY REASONS) your EMAIL ADDRESS to George Schonewolf, Founder/Facilitator in order to receive meeting Log-in Information for the Meeting!
The workforce is highly competitive, sophisticated, technology driven and customer focused with data analytics. It’s imperative that today’s job seeker is industry savvy, qualified, credentialed and achievement driven.
This interactive/upbeat seminar will equip participants in career transition with practical tools to enhance their personal brand and confidence to become more effective and strategic in their employer engagement and targeted job search efforts!
By attending this session, you will learn:
- Employer expectations
- Attributes of high talent employees
- Top mistakes leaders make
- Anatomy of an impressive resume and the T-Cover Letter
- Expert job search tips
Fri Jul 29, 2022 9:45am – 12pm Eastern Time – New York Janelle Razzino – How To Grand Slam Your Search…Seventh Inning Summer Stretch
1) Don’t wait until the Fall to restart the job search
2) Without commitment, all the rest—–goals, vision and purpose amount to nothing more than a good idea.
4) Vivid Goals
5) DO NOT QUIT….You are close to SUCCESS.
|When||Fri Jul 29, 2022 9:45am – 12pm Eastern Time – New York|
|Where||The Princeton Public Library. 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton NJ 08542 (map)
Aug 10, Our August Hillsdale Career Networking Group meeting will be our annual Executive Panel Discussion. Every August, Janelle invites several of her executive clients to join us to share their views on the job market and their hiring processes so that you might 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. Unfortunately, given the current state of the pandemic, it’s obvious that it’s inappropriate to try to fit that many people into a room at this time, so this year’s meeting will again be done via Zoom. The date will be Wednesday, August 10.
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 Ed Partenope will moderate the discussion with the questions you send me. Normally, we begin to ask you for those questions early in July, so we’re a little late getting started this year, and we ask for both your indulgence and your help. 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, AUGUST 1.
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.
Gary Gabaccia firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, August 13, 2022, join The Breakfast Club NJ Monthly Meeting with a presentation by Janelle Razzino – MONEYBall – Salary Negotiation.
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.
In addition to listening to this replay, send an email to Abby at email@example.com. 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:
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
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.
The Ramsey Job Search Work Team meets every Monday morning. Networking starts from 9 to 9:30am and the meeting starts at 9:30 to 10:30 while virtual. 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 email@example.com 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, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mondays, Join Ken Lang, starting on 9/13 at 1:30 pm, weekly LinkedIn and networking Zoom event through the NJ Career Network Job Seeker Community. Find out more info here – https://nj-career-network-jobseeker-community.mn.co/online-members.
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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Starting February 28 and repeating every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, Maya Ollson, career consultant, founder of Kokopella High Touch Outplacement and a frequent speaker for PSGCNJ, will facilitate a 30-minute Q&A session prior to the start of our regular Monday meeting to answer your job search questions. Come join us from 10-10:30 am and bring your questions to “Ask Maya.”Our formal meeting and guest speaker will begin at 10:30 AM, following the “Ask Maya” session. For those new to PSGCNJ, we offer an orientation from 9:30 to 9:55 am about how the organization can help you with your job search. Please use link https://lnkd.in/eG3x4HY
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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Meeting ID: 988 6289 0863
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Starting 1/11/2022 – Alternating Tuesdays, Northern NJ Professionals in Transition (#NNJ_PIT) is hosting free Zoom meetings led by longtime group facilitator and Career Coach, Tony Calabrese, of Absolute Transitions, LLC. Sessions are held every other Tuesday from 10am-12pm. Q & A will follow. Be sure to check our webpage for the most up-to-date info, including: dates, topics, presenters, and webinar descriptions, at: bit.ly/PT2022sched and be sure to join our email list: NNJPIT2020email@example.com. 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 who’d like to share your time and insights at an upcoming session, or if you have any questions, please email Tony at: firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be no session on Tuesday 7/12. Instead, our very own Tony Calabrese will lead back-to-back weekly sessions on 7/19 (Managing The Interview) and 7/26 (The Importance of Follow-Up). Afterwards, we’ll resume our usual alternate week schedule.
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 and you can watch the rebroadcasts by subscribing to his You Tube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfLKLlFMjh8d1swDVi2rNkQ
Tuesdays, 7:00pm to 7:45pm Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA (www.nhnusa.org), founded on January 27, 2011, is supported by an award winning web portal site, LinkedIn group, facebook group and a large network of members and volunteer leaders built over the past 11 years. Resources, virtual weekly meetings and guest presentations are offered over the internet and video conferencing platforms to help our members with their careers. The group’s culture is based on a pay it forward model with a focus on networking and support. The meetings are designed to help anyone in career advancement and career transition by offering advice in job search strategies, techniques, tools, support, motivation, leadership and networking opportunities. Google Meet based sessions are held every Tuesday between 7:00pm to 7:45pm. Registration is required through NhN’s website. Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA virtual meetings will change schedules for the Summer
Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 28th with Arianne facilitating. Starting in July, future meetings will be scheduled every other week. Meeting details will continue to be posted on nhnusa.org as facilitators are assigned.
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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’ email@example.com 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.
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month Careers in Transition (CIT, read about us at https://www.christchurchshorthills.org/careers-in-transition/ ) meets virtually on ZOOM. Virtual business cards are shared using ZOOM chat.To have your resume reviewed, please send it in a doc or docx format to Carol McCullagh (firstname.lastname@example.org) AND Glenn Resnicoff (email@example.com) by 4pm the Friday before the meeting.REGISTRATION USING THE CIT GOOGLE FORM IS REQUIRED by 4PM Friday before the meeting using https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3muBCmK-py-OMQH9RI8ne-TTlng6uwhJBHy-qtFCxGM0PgA/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.