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Social Networking for Career Success

Computer Technology Institute

Monday, February 3, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)

Charlotte, NC

Social Networking for Career Success

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With competition at a feverish pitch, job seekers and business owners need to distinguish themselves from everyone else to get ahead. Statistics show many jobs are filled via networking;

Networking well requires two things:

1) make sure as many people as possible know about the you and

2) convince those people that you are the best candidate to get the job done.

This seminar will begin this journey of social networking. Additional training may be required to specialize in the fine art of using social networking to succeed in today's job market. 

Snacks will be provided. 

Bring your ticket to be eligibile for the drawing of a Free class in Social Networking to Advance Your Career.

Register today and bring a friend!


With competition at a feverish pitch, job seekers and business owners need to distinguish themselves from everyone else to get ahead. Statistics show many jobs are filled via networking; successful applicants had an advocate inside the company.

Networking well requires two things: 1) making sure as many people as possible know about the candidate and 2) convincing those people the job seeker is the best candidate to get the job done. It’s important to establish a community of people willing to facilitate an introduction, set up an informational meeting or hand-deliver a resume to a hiring manager.With competition at a feverish pitch, job seekers and business owners need to distinguish themselves from everyone else to get ahead. Statistics show many jobs are filled via networking; successful applicants had an advocate inside the company.

With competition at a feverish pitch, job seekers and business owners need to distinguish themselves from everyone else to get ahead. Statistics show many jobs are filled via networking; successful applicants had an advocate inside the company.

Networking well requires two things: 1) making sure as many people as possible know about the candidate and 2) convincing those people the job seeker is the best candidate to get the job done. It’s important to establish a community of people willing to facilitate an introduction, set up an informational meeting or hand-deliver a resume to a hiring manager.

Social networking addresses these problems; it helps job hunters demonstrate their subject matter expertise and unique value to a broad audience while growing a community of contacts willing to refer them for opportunities. In my new book, Social Networking for Career Success, I teach readers how to use social media efficiently to demonstrate their expertise and illustrates how to get the word out about a job search without specifically asking for help.


Read more at http://www.careerealism.com/social-networking-career-success/#A2fChtL7ckzlYIqA.99

With competition at a feverish pitch, job seekers and business owners need to distinguish themselves from everyone else to get ahead. Statistics show many jobs are filled via networking; successful applicants had an advocate inside the company.

Networking well requires two things: 1) making sure as many people as possible know about the candidate and 2) convincing those people the job seeker is the best candidate to get the job done. It’s important to establish a community of people willing to facilitate an introduction, set up an informational meeting or hand-deliver a resume to a hiring manager.

Social networking addresses these problems; it helps job hunters demonstrate their subject matter expertise and unique value to a broad audience while growing a community of contacts willing to refer them for opportunities. In my new book, Social Networking for Career Success, I teach readers how to use social media efficiently to demonstrate their expertise and illustrates how to get the word out about a job search without specifically asking for help.


Read more at http://www.careerealism.com/social-networking-career-success/#A2fChtL7ckzlYIqA.99

Networking well requires two things: 1) making sure as many people as possible know about the candidate and 2) convincing those people the job seeker is the best candidate to get the job done. It’s important to establish a community of people willing to facilitate an introduction, set up an informational meeting or hand-deliver a resume to a hiring manager.

Social networking addresses these problems; it helps job hunters demonstrate their subject matter expertise and unique value to a broad audience while growing a community of contacts willing to refer them for opportunities. In my new book, Social Networking for Career Success, I teach readers how to use social media efficiently to demonstrate their expertise and illustrates how to get the word out about a job search without specifically asking for help.


Read more at http://www.careerealism.com/social-networking-career-success/#A2fChtL7ckzlYIqA.99
Have questions about Social Networking for Career Success? Contact Computer Technology Institute

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CPCC - Harris Campus
3210 CPCC Harris Campus Drive
Harris Building I - Auditorium
Charlotte, NC 282008

Monday, February 3, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)


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Training in Information Technology will give you that competitive edge you need for your business or to advance your career. In the Computer Technology Institute we want to help you acquire and maintain practical IT skills. We offer classes in Office Productivity tools, Infrastructure, Analytics, Programming and Digital Media. CTI can help you find your way into technology. CTI  also provides Corporate IT training for companies that want to keep their employees updated, and help them use their IT tools to become more efficient.

 

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