Borrowing some tactics from highly effective political campaigns can benefit today's jobseeker according to Cynthia Clark.
The popular career consultant will lead a free program on Thursday, June 7th from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Mahwah Public Library. Ms. Clark will present her program Campaign 2012: The Job Search to the Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors – Mahwah Chapter. Non-members and guests are welcome. Neighbors-Helping- Neighbors is a no-cost grassroots career transition and networking group. Information about the group is available online at Neighbors-helping-Neighbors.com
The Mahwah Public Library is located at 100 Ridge Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430.
Neighbors-helping-Neighbors (NhN), is a free, volunteer led, highly successful and recognized organization offering weekly local library hosted meetings that are Peer-led by volunteers to provide support and networking for people actively seeking employment. NhN members include anyone in career transition, recent college graduates, laid-off workers, unemployed or underemployed professionals, persons re-entering the job market or struggling small business owners and retirees looking for part time or volunteer work.
NhN is an extremely supportive environment in which group members assist each other in job search techniques, resume reviews, interviewing, coaching and suggestions based on personal experience plus personal and professional networking. Resources are available at host libraries to assist with computer job searches and other useful research resources.
The Mahwah Library hosts a FREE weekly NhN meeting on Thursday Evenings from 7pm - 8:30pm.
Cynthia Clark is a Human Resources Consultant with more than twenty-five years of Human Resources experience, and specializations in Training, Recruiting, and Executive and Career Coaching. Prior to establishing her own consultancy, Ms. Clark held management positions at Deloitte Touche and served as a Vice President of JP Morgan Chase. Ms. Clark is a frequent speaker on career topics and has presented to numerous groups including: The American Society of Training and Development’s In-Transition Group, Neighbors Helping Neighbors, and others.