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Join us this Fri., March 11 for a Job Seekers’ Roundtable designed to get you placed through Accountemps! We’re in the Workforce Education Office (room 5116 in the bottom floor of FOSS, 5000 bldg.) from 1-2:30 p.m.
Are you ready to get a paycheck? Is it a temporary job you have in mind – that is, just something to make do until the dream job arrives — or is it something more permanent in an office setting? Either way, if you stop by Roundtable this Friday, your chances of becoming employed very soon will increase dramatically. Below is an excerpt from a very nice card I once received from Roundtable participant, Kathy Tiedman:
“My contact with your speaker from Accountemps facilitated contact with a recruiter at Robert Half and ultimately led to my placement in a long term, temporary position.”
Kathy went on to say that the experience boosted her confidence and has added some attractive cache to her resume. And wouldn’t you know it, Elizabeth Goodnow from Accountemps/Robert Half Agency is our featured guest for this Friday! Please come by, bring your resume and business card, and arrange for a one-on-one with Elizabeth. She and the folks at Accountemps have been awesome over the past couple years and have landed many Roundtablers much needed employment.
We’ll of course have coffee and treats on hand, compliments of Central Market. Have a friend or family member looking for work? Please bring them along.
See you this Friday – and as always, Good Luck Out There!
Experience in the field (and life with a freelancer) dictates to me that there are more pros than cons. Roundtable participant, and stay-at-home freelance editor, Mary Keils, will be on hand to help get the conversation started.
Lots of info online about this topic, but nothing beats real life experiences. Please come by to share. We’ll talk about researching home based employment, the opportunities in our area, tips on motivation, getting set up, the tax situation, and other topics. All this of course with great coffee and snacks, compliments of Central Market.
See you this Friday – and as always, Good Luck out there!
Friday, January 22, 1:00-2:30pm
Shoreline Community College
Room 5116, Building 5000 (ground floor)