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Expanding Your Target List With Research Tools and Tip

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 15629 S Route 59 Plainfield IL 60544  See map

If you don’t know where you are going…how will you know you are on the right path? A meaningful target list is at the heart of job search strategies that work! Identifying companies with the position, location and culture you want helps you define your audience, create an effective personal marketing plan, and engage the networks that will make those valuable connections.


Join Career Coach Jody Eriksen to learn the tools and resources that will create more opportunity in your search using readily available databases, a wide assortment of published lists, directories and other websites and creative resources. Join us for informative, engaging skill building.


Jody Eriksen is a certified professional career coach and motivational speaker offering her blended background in personal development and business to help those in transition take the misery and mystery out of their search for meaningful work. Come join us for the tools and talk you need to be inspired in your search. You are invited to connect with Jody at www.CareerSupportServicesCorp.com


The Employment Ministry meets on Tuesday, November 13th in the St. Mary Immaculate Parish Faith Sharing Room, 15629 South Rt. 59 in Plainfield at 6:30 pm.


If you are new to networking, come at 6:30 pm for an introduction to networking tools like the Handbill and the Elevator Speech. At 7:00 pm, our program featuring Jody will start. Later, you can work one-on-one with our coaches to improve your resume, to practice interviewing skills or expand your network. Bring copies of your handbill or resume.


We help job seekers succeed. There is no cost to attend, pre-registration is not required, and everyone is welcome. Our members represent all ages, work backgrounds and future desires. Dress is casual.


For more information, email EmploymentMinistry@smip.org or call 815-436-2651 ext 815.

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