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Tuesday – JANUARY 29, 2013 at Noon

in the NEW CITY Library

 Topic: ELEVATOR PITCH REDUX --- Jacqui Drechsler facilitator-- 60 seconds that could change your life …. Are you ready for it?  Do you know what to say when someone asks you:  “What do you do?”  Can you quickly, creatively say who you are, what you are good at and what you can do for a potential employer without having to fumble for words?   Ultimately are you memorable?  We are returning to this basic topic for the new year because it is so important.  The new year is a good time to reflect on whether or not what you are saying is doing you justice.   So here we are again to critique your elevator pitch and to go over the basics of how to create a great one.

 Next meetings:

  • Tuesday, February 12 – 6:30 pm – Suffern Library

  • Tuesday, February 26— Noon —  New City Library

  • Tuesday, March 12—6:30 pm — Finkelstein Memorial Library

  • Monday, March 25—6:30 pm— New City Library

  • Tuesday, April 9 – 6:30 pm – Suffern Library

 The Rockland Job Network (RJN) is helping the unemployed to stay motivated, network and be focused in their job search.  We hold FREE open forum discussions for job seekers and career changers.  Topics include: best practices – networking -- career planning – resources -- motivational support.  It is a platform for information and speakers who can help, teach and encourage.  We embrace a “pay-it-forward” philosophy and are accountable to each other through our attendance at meetings and after we have landed.  If you are searching for a job, changing careers or under-employed, please join our energetic and caring group.  Hopefully you will feel restored and re-invigorated in your career planning and search.

 For more information email:  rapsign@optonline.net 


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