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A three part series designed to help you in each step of the job search process - starting with developing your professional identity and ending with details like salary negotiation. Each 60-minute, virtual event will start with a presentation from Pat Fligge, continue with an engaging workshop, and close with a Q & A. RSVP and get the zoom link by clicking here.
On June 7 at 6:30pm EST in part 1, gain skills to develop your professional identity. This session will cover many topics to help you prepare for your job search, including resume building, cover letter editing, the art of a LinkedIn profile, and more.
On June 21 at 6:30pm EST in part 2, learn how to create your job search plan. This session will cover many topics to help you start your job search, including the difference between reactive and proactive job searching.
On June 28 at 6:30pm EST in the 3rd and final part, learn everything you need to succeed from your first interview to your first day on the job. Pat will cover many topics to help you land the job, including interview strategies, salary negotiation, and more.
Pat Fligge is a Career Coach at the Muhlenberg College Career Services Office and Chair of the Board for the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. Pat has worked in higher education for nearly 10 years, the last 5 years in career development with a specific focus on professional networking and career services for alumni at all career stages. He is a self-proclaimed LinkedIn nerd who lives in Salisbury Township with his wife Jillian and their dog Steve. Pat's favorite part of his job is helping people find fulfillment in their career choices.
Live closed captioning is available at each virtual event.
As the health and safety of our center's visitors are our highest priority, this program is held remotely. To read more about the LGBT community and COVID-19, click here.
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