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This Friday's Job Seekers' Round Table: Get the Most Out of Summer Job Fairs - also: Avoiding Job Scams

JOIN US FOR JOB SEEKERS’ ROUND TABLE!

Who is Invited: 
Anyone interested in the Plus 50 Career Builder , worker retraining, discussing the needs of the Plus 50 worker, sharing resources, etc. Students, staff, faculty and the community are welcome. (All ages welcome.)
Purpose: 
This group event is designed to provide a safe, supportive, friendly environment for the Plus 50 job hunters and workers to discuss their needs and challenges. Resource sharing is encouraged.
Where: 
Shoreline Community College, Room 5116   (Computer lab)
When:
Every Friday, 1:00-2:30pm
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Friday, 5/2:

GET THE MOST OUT OF
SUMMER JOB FAIRS
ALSO: AVOIDING JOB SCAMS

It’s here, folks – the time of year when Job Fairs from all over the Puget Sound set up, take names, and get moving with employers fishing for the best candidates. These employers also make mental notes of who gives the best impression and worthy of follow up. Let’s map out what’s happening in the coming months and share some tips on stepping out the right way.

Also, job scams are proliferating. Desperate job seekers appear to be good targets for the human predators who do these things, so keep your antenna up and polish your scam-avoidance skills because the predators are getting better, too. I’m launching an iced tea program, so please come by and help experience how this goes!

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FREE PARKING just off campus on INNES ARDEN WAY

For now, on campus parking is metered.
 
Contact
: Ron Carnell • (206) 533-6706 • rcarnell@shoreline.edu  
16101 Greenwood Ave N • Room 5101 • Shoreline, WA 98133
Please note: The job club meetings do not count as job search activity 
by WA Employment Security.

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