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George Mackie Library hosts Job Seeker Workshops

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Take the time to attend a series of informative Job Seeker Workshops on Mondays from 1-3 p.m. at the George Mackie Library, 8440 112 St.

These workshops, presented by the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Coast BC and WorkBC Employment Services Centre, will cover many different aspects of job searching, including how to write a resume and prepare for an interview.

 

• Monday, June 9 – Interview Skills

Learn how to prepare for the interview and discover some post-interview follow up tips.

 

• Monday, June 23 – Social Media

Learn how to utilize social media for job search purposes.

• Monday, July 7 – Resume Overview

Resume Overview will cover basics of a good resume such as layout and what to include.

 

• Monday, July 21 – Employers’ Expectations

Learn to think how an employer thinks; what do they want in an employee.

• Monday, August 18 – Interview Skills

Learn how to prepare for the interview and discover some post-interview follow up tips.

 

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