Need Help With Your Resume?

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Washtenaw Community College Employment Services presents Resume-O-Rama! Described as sort of like speed dating for your resume, this event will allow you to get quick, helpful critiquing of your resume from Human Resource managers as well as other career professionals. Resume-O-Rama will be held on Thursday, November 11 from 3 to 5 pm in room 211 of the Student Center. To register, please call Employment Services at (734) 677-5155.

University of Phoenix Career and Education Fair

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If you're currently searching for a job or thinking about going back to school, you may want to consider attending the University of Phoenix Career and Education Fair. It will be held on the Ann Arbor campus on Tuesday, October 26 from 11 am to 2 pm. Be sure to dress for success and bring copies of your resume! Call 734-546-7303 for more information.

Wayne County Community College Job Fair

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Are you currently looking for a job? Consider attending the Wayne County Community College 2010 Job Fair on Wednesday, October 20. The fair is from 9am to 12:30pm on the Western Campus. You'll be able to meet with representatives from many local businesses to explore available employment opportunities. Be sure to dress for success and bring many copies of your resume! Good luck!

Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams

A conversation with M.L. Liebler, Melba Boyd, Kevin Rashid, Keith Taylor, and Lolita Hernandez is coming up Oct. 6 (Wednesday) from 7-8:30 pm at U-M Hatcher Library. Their conversation will focus on "Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams," a collection of fiction, memoir, poetry, rock lyrics, and historical analysis. The conversation is sponsored by The Author's Forum -- a collaboration between the U-M Institute for the Humanities, University Library, Great Lakes Literary Arts Center, and the Ann Arbor Book Festival.

Washtenaw Community College Job Fair

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Get ready, because the Washtenaw Community College Fall Job Fair is coming! The job fair is open to the public on October 20 from 11am - 2pm in the Morris Lawrence Building. Be sure to dress for success and bring your resume! For more information, you can contact Employment Services at (734) 677-5155 or careers@wccnet.edu.

Looking for a Job?

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Job searching is a full time job. Be sure to keep your eye on job postings on the Michigan Talent Bank website. You can search more than 15,000 new job openings monthly and post your resume so more than 40,000 employers can find it. You can also find information on local job fairs. The range of employers is diverse so the site is useful whether you are looking for your first career or a new career. If you're interested in volunteer opportunities (aka resume boosters), you can browse those as well! If you need some help with your resume or cover letter, you can find help at our computer classes that are geared towards job searching. You’ll be well on your way to getting the job you want!

New Arrivals for Career Assistance

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Top 300 Careers: Your Complete Guidebook to Major Jobs in Every Field is a great guidebook for career changers, job seekers, students and employers. Culling information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook by the U.S. Department of Labor, this book gives an overview of employment projections through 2018, reviews major trends, has explanations of job descriptions and a job-match grid that helps in choosing a career. A fine resource to find out about jobs in every field.

Expert Resumes for Career Changers has over 100 resumes created by professional resume writers for careers in health care, technology, business management, sales, marketing, recreation, sports, education, performing arts, government and law enforcement. Packed with excellent examples and advice, it is an outstanding tool for revamping your resume or creating a totally new one.

Whether you are job hunting or preparing a presentation for work, Successful Presentation Skills is a book you will find very useful. Learn how to present your case with advice on structuring a presentation, choosing the right words and phrases, knowing your audience, understanding body language and gaining the confidence to bring your message home.

Looking for a Job?

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Job searching is a full time job. Be sure to keep your eye on job postings on the Michigan Talent Bank website. You can search more than 15,000 new job openings monthly and post your resume so more than 40,000 employers can find it. You can also find information on local job fairs. The range of employers is diverse so the site is useful whether you are looking for your first career or a new career. If you need some help with your resume or cover letter, you can find help at our computer classes that are geared towards job searching. You’ll be well on your way to getting the job you want!

Tutoring for Washtenaw Literacy

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Washtenaw Literacy's summer training for one on one volunteer tutors is coming up! There are two one-hour informational sessions, The ABC's of Washtenaw Literacy, before the training begins. At these sessions, you can learn about the training, the rewards of tutoring, and the commitment involved. They are on July 9 at 4 pm at the NEW Center, or July 15 at 10 am at Nicola's Books. Tutor training is on July 19, 22, and 26 from 9 to 3 at WISD Call 734-879-1320 to confirm your attendance. Bring a friend!

Need A Job?

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Make sure you're keeping up with all the new ways to find a job! Also be sure to keep your eye on job postings on the Michigan Talent Bank website. You can search more than 15,000 new job openings monthly and post your resume so more than 40,000 employers can find it. You can also find information on local job fairs. The range of employers is diverse so the site is useful whether you are looking for your first career or a new career. You’ll be well on your way to getting the job you want!

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