Preparing for Job Interviews Workshop/Seminar (NYC – Free)

Get-The Job copy-212:30 PM to 2:00 PM
New York Public Library – Grand Central Library
135 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017

Preparing for Job Interviews
The more you prepare the less intimidating they become
Increase your chances of hearing the words “You’re Hired” by knowing how to prepare for an interview. Too many job seekers don’t place enough importance and time in preparing for an interview; a sure way to outshine the other candidates is by being more prepared than they are.

  •  Your attire and why it’s important.
  •  How body language & posture can kill an interview.
  •  Types of Interviews you can be faced with.
  •  The job application
  • Do you have CAR stories ready to share?
  • Can you answer the W questions?
  • How well do you know your resume?
  • What you should know about the company?
  • What should you ask at the end of the interview?

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Build a Network Before You Need One

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Now, do you have any questions?

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NYC Free Seminar – Cover Letters-Thank-You-Notes-Bios-Reference-List

cover-letter212:30 PM to 2:00 PM
New York Public Library – Grand Central Library
135 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017

Using Cover Letters, Bios, Thank You Notes and Reference Lists in your Job Search

You could be selling yourself short by not sending a cover letter with your resume, or not sending a thank you letter after an interview. Many job seekers choose to take the advice that cover letters or thank you letters are not needed, well that’s the easy choice, but isn’t the best one. Learn about these important documents and review samples of each.

  • Why cover letters are still needed with your resume.
  • What should be included in your cover letter?
  • How Bios can be a great tool in your job search.
  • What should be included in your bio?
  • The job interview thank you letter/e-note can be very effective.
  • What makes a great thank you letter/e-note?
  • Tips and advice for creating a great reference list.

Workshop / Seminar is Approx. 75 minutes followed by a Q & A session

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