All job seekers
About this Event
Every Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8:30, a panel of managers from a variety of Bay Area companies convenes in a virtual meeting to help YOU with your job search.
How it works:
- When it is your turn, you share a brief summary of your current situation, goals, and what you need help with. You can tell us whatever special circumstances or frustrating responses you are encountering as you look for your next job.
- The panel asks questions and shares ideas, feedback, and resources that can help you pinpoint your efforts and prioritize your next steps.
- Each attendee gets a turn. While you are waiting for your turn, you get to hear the advice and practical suggestions given to other attendees and apply them to your own situation.
How to sign up:
- Sign up via Eventbrite.
- 24 hours in advance of the Job Forum, you will receive an email containing a link and password, allowing you to join The Job Forum via Zoom.
- We have limited attendance and many job hunters who want customized input for their job search, so please sign up only if you are truly going to attend and participate for the whole 2 hours.
About the Job Forum:
The Job Forum is a San Francisco non profit that has been helping job hunters conduct a successful job search for decades. We are sponsored by the SF Chamber of Commerce and with support from LinkedIn. Our volunteers are SF Bay Area managers from companies large, medium and small. We offer free sessions every Wednesday night and additional Thursday night panels and workshops that focus on specific industries or skill building opportunities. See our full list of events here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/the-job-forum-sponsored-by-the-sf-chamber-3906848837
Come and benefit from our efforts to help you land your next job.
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Timezone: UTC+7 (check your local time here)
Registration required? Yes
Full event details: The Job Forum – Free, Virtual, Personalized Job Search Advice
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