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Job Search Workshop: Writing Job-Winning Resumes & Giving Great Interviews!

  • 16 Apr 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • University of Maryland College Park, Hornbake Library, Rm. 2119

On-site, Webcast and Post Resume Review Registration

Entering or re-entering the job market?  Looking for a new or better job?  The SLA Maryland Chapter  will again be hosting its popular Job Search Workshop, this year in partnership with the SLA Washington DC Chapter and the District of Columbia Library Association .

The Workshop will be a back-to-basics review of employment fundamentals with a twist…speak to multiple reviewers and current librarians in a speed mentoring environment.

It’s no secret that a well-written resume is essential for standing out from the pack – no matter if it is for your first foray into the job market or to land that dream job you’ve spent your professional career preparing for.  Whatever your situation, you’ve got to get your foot in the door first!  Getting the job comes next, after going through interviews and sometimes follow-up interviews. 

During this half-day workshop seasoned information professionals will share winning strategies, provide individualized reviews of resumes and offer tips on how to perfect your interviewing technique.

Register today for this free Workshop so that you can be prepared, self-confident and in top form to tackle today's competitive work environment!

Register @  to participate in person, to listen via Webcast or to connect with an expert for a post-Workshop resume review.   NOTE:  When on-site participation is full, we will refer registrants to webinar access only.

Directions: University of Maryland at College Park is near the College Park metro.  Simply exit the metro and catch the university shuttle to the Hornbake Library building!

Questions?  Contact: Nancy (, Lila ( or Qaddafi (

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