Monday, January 30, 2012

Thanks For The Pink Slip

Thanks For The Pink Slip
Wed. Feb. 8th 6- 7:30 pm
Station Community Room
Whatever your boss calls it, you’ve been fired. Instead of holding a "pity party,” host a celebration bash. After all, you're free to explore new possibilities. Constance Hallinan Lagan helps you turn a negative situation into a positive one: being passionate about what you know and what you do, brainstorming, mind mapping, goal charting, and developing your passion into a money making venture, either as a business owner or an employed person. Registration required. Open to all. For more information please call (631) 421-5053.

Onsite Recruitment February 21st

Onsite Recruitment
Tues Feb. 21st 9-11am
One-Stop Employment Center
A recruiter from Greystone Staffing is seeking to hire. Positions are Temp to possible hire for the right candidates. Full time positions are available. Apply in person. Bring resume & 2 forms of ID. All candidates must pass a criminal background check & drug test. Greystone offers medical, dental, 401k as well as paid vacation, personal & sick time. To register or to speak to a counselor please call (631) 853-6600.

Suffolk County One-Stop February Job Fair

Looking for work? Want to explore opportunities? The Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center will be hosting a Job Fair on Tuesday, February 28th from 10-1 pm at the Nesconset Branch of the Smithtown Library District. Meet HR recruiters & receive employment information from organizations representing various industries. Bring your resume and dress for success! For more information please call (631) 265-3994.

Jump Start Your Legal Career

Jump Start Your Legal Career

Wed. Feb. 8th 7PM
Join Suffolk Community College Professor Nancy Ellis for a lecture that will focus on the work of legal professionals & career choices including law enforcement, paralegal, court officer, court reporter, lawyer & judge. For more information please call (631) 421-4530.

February Career Quest Programs

Suffolk County Department of Labor's Career Quest will be presenting 2 programs at the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center in Hauppauge.

Franchising: Making the Right Choice
Tuesday, February 7, 2012 9:30AM
Is franchising for you? Kensington Company representative Stuart Levenberg will present franchising opportunity and successful franchise career development information. Reservations Required. See a One-Stop counselor or phone (631) 853-6600 to reserve your spot! Space is Limited. Must be pre-registered. Late arrivals not permitted.

Starting Your Own Business
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 9:30AM
Why not explore your dream of owning a small business? A representative from the New York State Small Business Development Center will discuss how to start your own business and become a small business owner. Plan to arrive early. Space is Limited. Must be pre-registered. Late arrivals not permitted. See a One-Stop counselor, or phone (631) 853-6600 to reserve your spot!

Friday, January 13, 2012

The Job Connection: Employment @ SUNY Stony Brook

On Monday, January 30th from 7-9pm representatives from Stony Brook's human resources department will be at the Huntington Public Library to give tips on searching for both New York State & SUNY Stony Brook jobs. They will describe the JOBS website, provide information on the State civil service process & share tips for preparing your resume. No registration required. Open to all. For more information please call (631) 427-5165.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Job Search Secrets

Job Search Secrets

Thurs Jan 26th 6:30pm
Learn specific actions any job seeker can take to compete more effectively in today’s challenging job market. Participants will learn about valuable resources and be encouraged to ask questions, share ideas and make networking contacts. The program will be presented by Karen McKenna, founder of CareerVision. For more information or to register please call (631) 498-1260.

Paying For College

Paying For College
Wed Jan 25th 7pm
South Huntington Public Library
Andrew Lockwood, J.D., certified college planner, will reveal four little-known “loopholes” that could help families save 33 percent or more of the cost of college. He will also talk about the biggest mistake more than half of eligible families make and how to avoid it; the reason why an expensive, high “sticker price” college can cost less than a “cheaper” public university; and how to improve a stingy financial aid award. Free. Open to all.

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