Join An Online Job Finding Club!
Employment & Learning, Job Finding Club
YWCA Saskatoon’s Employment and Learning Centre remains closed for in-person programs in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We will continue to provide remote services via email, telephone, and social media (Facebook).
We believe it is important to maintain your job search momentum. As such the Employment and Learning Centre will offer you daily job search advice and support that you can complete from home.
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Has the COVID – 19 situation stalled your job search?
Is job searching alone in the COVID – 19 environment got you down?
Don’t know how to job search in the COVID -19 environment?
Is your answer “YES”?
Then we have the solution…..join YWCA Saskatoon’s innovative new 10 day – Job Finding Club-Online (via Zoom).
The Job Finding Club-Online employs new, cutting edge practices along with tried and true, best practices to help find your next job.
Programming will include: Personal Branding, Job Seeking, and Preparing for Job Interviews in the COVID -19 era.
To help determine if the Job Finding Club-Online is right for you, ask the following questions:
- Am I available to attend sessions every morning (90 minutes via Zoom)?
- Do I have a focused job goal?
- Am I committed to finding work?
- Am I ready to start work right away?
Join our Job Finding Club-Online running from 9:30–11:00 am, Monday, June 15, 2020 to Friday, June 26, 2020 (via Zoom).
To register, contact Reception by phone at (306) 986-2873 or email email@example.com.
For more information, contact a Facilitator at (306) 986-2876 or (306) 986-2892.
Your Employment and Learning staff are working remotely through email or over the telephone. If you require assistance with your job search, contact the Employment and Learning Centre.
Stay motivated; stay healthy as you join the Job Finding Club-Online.
ACHIEVE YOUR EMPLOYMENT GOALS
NOTE: To participate in our JFC-Online you must have: a PC or Laptop with a camera/microphone, high-speed internet, a quiet place to participate, and knowledge of (or willingness to learn) Zoom.