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Calling all job seekers. Some of the best ways to learn about finding jobs are to hear first hand from others and their efforts in finding a job. What resources did they use? What job boards did they find most effective, if any at all? How did they network? What role did social media play? The list goes on and on as far as tactics used in the quest for a job.

Religious organizations are becoming more and more involved in helping people from all walks of  life in this poor economic times, specifically in finding work. St. Edna's Parish is hosting a very unique event evening of Wednesday, February 10th. They are opening their doors to the public for a for a presentation featuring five professionals who have recently landed jobs. Each will speak in detail covering how they went about their job searches and they will describe the activities that led them to landing their jobs. The new positions of the speakers include: Senior Manager, Contract Sales with the Kellogg Company, Director of Corporate Benefits with a non profit in the insurance industry, Leadership Development Consultant with Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Senior Sales/Management position, and Vice President/General Manager/Operations Executive. The program will include a Q & A session followed by informal networking.

Event Details:

What: I've Landed! And Here's How I Did It!, hosted by SHARE/St James Job & Networking Ministry

When: Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 7-9pm

Where: St. Edna's Parish, 2525 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights, IL

Who is it intended for: Anyone in a job search looking for tips and ideas to improve their job search strategy.

Regisration: Not necessary, but if you're on Linkedin, you can RSVP and see who else will be attending. Click here to visit the Linkedin Group

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