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PCI Webinar - Job Fairs: Yes, you can!

FREE for members (or $20/$25) - In this webinar attendees will: Identify the type of job fair necessary for your community; Understand your available space and how that will affect your fair; Plan for foot traffic, lost resumes, and no-show employers; Locate and invite potential employers; Develop evaluation tools; Recruit and train volunteers; Create smaller, related programming designed to help job seekers.

5/25/2017
When: 2:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Contact: 513-751-4422


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PCI Webinar with Crystal Feyerchak

 

Job Fairs: Yes, you can!

 

Thursday, May 25th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST

 

Core Competency: Adult (General) Programming
Sub-competency: Demonstrates ability to be creative, promote new ideas and identify a variety of tools and techniques to create interesting and engaging programs


Have you ever wanted to conduct a job fair to help your community? Have you ever been discouraged from doing so? In this informative webinar, we will shine some light on the job fair process. Any library, including medium and smaller libraries, can host a job fair.

You will learn the ins and outs from Crystal Feyerchak, who has hosted two successful job fairs in a mid-sized library.

Specifically, in this webinar attendees will:

·       Identify the type of job fair necessary for your community;

·       Understand your available space and how that will affect your fair;

·       Plan for foot traffic, lost resumes, and no-show employers;

·       Locate and invite potential employers;

·       Develop evaluation tools;

·       Recruit and train volunteers;

·       Create smaller, related programming designed to help job seekers.

 

Crystal Feyerchak - Biography


Crystal was the Continuing Education Librarian at the Twinsburg Public Library. She developed, taught, and managed the technology training program at the library.

 

In addition, she also coordinated the continuing education classes (in-person and virtual) and implemented a variety of adult programming that focused on lifelong learning or skill development. 

Cost

FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions 
$20 for members in our Ohio service area 
$25 for everyone else

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