Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program
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Are You Seeking Your Next Human Resource Opportunity?
Join the San Diego SHRM In Transition Group! Meetings are held every second and fourth Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. in the Conference Room at Brandman University.
7460 Mission Valley Road
San Diego, Calif. 92108
There is no charge to attend these meetings.
The purpose of this group is to provide support, learning and job lead(s) for those seeking new career opportunities primarily in the HR field, however other fields are also welcome. A San Diego SHRM membership is encouraged, but not required.
* Networking – bring business cards to exchange
* Introductions - practice Elevator Speech
* Leads/sharing/open forum
7/14: Time is Money – for Job Search Strategies
7/28: Identifying Your Ideal Job & Overcoming Perceived Obstacles
9/8: Using LinkedIn Effectively
9/22: Professional Branding for Your Ideal Job, Including Your Resume
10/13: Where to Find Your Ideal Job/Networking
10/27: Interviewing Part 1
11/10: Interviewing Part 2
12/8: Negotiating an Offer and Starting out Right
Contact Susan Wheeler for more information at email@example.com.
Click here to join the HR Transitions LinkedIn group!
Representative Susan Davis Panel Offers Secrets to 'Reentry' Into Employment Market
SAN DIEGO — San Diego’s job count is up and its unemployment rate is down. But that’s small comfort to thousands of jobless and underemployed residents, especially those in their 40s and 50s, who are still struggling after years of slow economic growth and getting passed over by younger applicants. It’s even worse if they’ve been out of work for a year or more.
That is the reality for the roughly 100 midcareer workers who sought advice from employment experts Saturday morning at San Diego State University in a workshop organized by Rep. Susan Davis, D-San Diego.
"For so many of you it’s just a matter of getting back into the economy and making some changes,” Davis said. "Change can be good.”
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