CANCELED : Job Searching with Social Media Class
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Looking for a job is tough, especially when your resumes and cover letters don't get a response. For those new to the job market or the world of social media, it can be daunting. This class will provide actionable steps, utilizing social media, to help get your resume in the right hands and to get interviews.
6:00p - 6:25p Networking
6:30p - 7:00p Keynote
7:05p - 7:45p Workshop
This class will cover:
Social Media in the job search world
Your online presence and how to make sure people can find you
Clearly defining the positions you are interested in
Finding those positions at companies
Talking to the right people about that position
Submitting a concise Cover Letter and Resume
Getting an interview
Social Media is a tool that you can use to find the job that you want. Use it to your advantage by finding and talking to those individuals who make hiring decisions.
This class is a collaboration with the San Francisco Public Library Jobs & Career Center and is an addition to the many other classes offered here. You can also visit the class page for more information. Class space is limited, so please register ASAP.
Registration Note: This free class has limited seating. Please be sure that you are able to attend before signing up. Registering and not attending impedes others from benefiting from the class.
For those that would like to ask questions or share their experience with using social media for your job search before the class, join the conversation at our Linkedin Group.
Kayla Anderson is an account manager at Twitter, working in the HR and recruiting space.
When & Where
San Francisco Public Library - Business Science & Technology Center, 4th Floor
The Business, Science and Technology Center provides information on topics related to automotive repair, business, computers, consumer information, finance and investing, food and cooking, health and medicine, home and housing, gardening, labor, mathematics, parenting, pets, real estate, sciences, technology, and transportation.
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