Archived News Release from 2009
For Immediate Release
“Internet Hiring – A View from the Inside” – A Workshop for Job Seekers
Redwood City, CA - September 22, 2009 - PeninsulaWorks and the Redwood City Library are offering an exciting workshop for jobseekers on October 27th. During this workshop, “Internet Hiring – A View from the Inside,” influential HR managers and recruiters will speak about how their industries utilize the internet to hire candidates. Job seekers will have the opportunity to understand what happens when they send their resume into “cyberspace.” Most importantly, attendees will learn how to improve their results from internet job searches and to better understand what employers are looking for.
Understanding how human resources professionals manage the hiring process is a proven method for giving you an edge in getting ahead with your career goals. This free two-hour workshop provides participants with tips and new skills that can help to unlock the job search and open new doors of employment opportunity.
- Tuesday, October 27, 2009, 1 – 3 pm
Community Room, Redwood City Downtown Library
1044 Middlefield Road
Space is limited and advance registration is recommended. Call 650-802-3371 to register.
This workshop is presented by PeninsulaWorks and is co-sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library and the Friends of the Redwood City Library.
Also, mark your calendars now for our November workshop, “Job Search for 55 & Older Workers” on November 24 from 1-3 p.m. also at the Redwood City Downtown Library.
PeninsulaWorks is the premier source for employment and training solutions in San Mateo County. Their mission is to help job seekers and laid off workers and our businesses that need talented workers to remain competitive. PeninsulaWorks is publicly funded and you can learn more about their services through their website at www.peninsulaworks.org.
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