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RUMC JOB NETWORKING INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ON
MONDAY, September 14th, 2015
11 afternoon workshops beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Attire to Hire 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Fast Start Orientation – 5:00 p.m.
Dinner at 5:30 p.m. with Guest Speaker, TBD
Evening workshops beginning at 7:00 p.m.
“MINI JOB FAIR 7:55 – 9:00 P.M.
City of Roswell/roswellgov.com/jobs.aspx
HealthMarkets Insurance Agency/healthmarkets.com
New Horizons Computer Learning  Centers/nhgeorgia.com
Optomi, LLC/optomi.com
Pinkberry/pinkberry.com
RaceTrac/racetrac.com
RGP/RGP.com
The Fresh Market/thefreshmarket.com/careers
Woodstock Goodwill Career Center/goodwillng.org

First Time or Newer to RUMC Job Networking? Don’t miss the Orientation Fast Start Session” Our Job Networking events offer a great deal of information, which we know can overwhelm newcomers. We can help you understand what we have to offer and decide which events you’d like to try in our Orientation Fast Start Session at 5:00 p.m., Room B 233–237 – Dining Room.

Attire to Hire – Interview Ready Clothing4:00 to 8:00 p.m. If you have an interview and need one piece for an outfit or an entire outfit, be certain to stop by the “clothing store” located on the lower level of Building B. There is no cost involved. Come and see what we can do to help you look your best!

Dinner Program – Seating begins at 5:15 p.m. with serving to start at 5:30 p.m. Our dinner program is focused on developing your spiritual resume so you are not conducting your search alone! A donation of $3.00 for the dinner is appreciated; however, for those who are unable to contribute, the meal is on us. Our buffet may close around 6:15 p.m. so come early to hear our dinner speaker, TBD, and then enjoy the conversation focused on the speaker’s message led by a volunteer table host.

Detailed Agenda Below:

Notice: Bonus Afternoon Workshops prior to dinner and starting as early as 12:30 p.m. Pick one or two! No reservations needed. Also, reservations are not needed for dinner or other evening events.

Workshop #1 – 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.  – Crossroads Career Workshop. Crash course – Fast Paced. “Maximize Your Career in the New World of Work.” Led by Chris Gilliam. A donation of $5.00 is appreciated for the cost of materials. Room B 233–237 -Dining Room.

Workshop #2 – 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. – How to Change Negatives to Positives during Transition.  A polished resume, improved interviewing skills, a quality LinkedIn profile and more networking mean nothing if people sense you are frustrated with your job search.  Learn how to replace those emotions with hope, faith and trust so you will positively impact your job search efforts.  Leverage some simple, easily applied methods that can be used immediately. Led by Dr. Phil Sidwell.  Room B 246–248.

Workshop #3 – 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. – Discover Your Competitive Edge. Move your search from stalled to competing for opportunities. Learn the secret formula for jobs. Led by Reed Harvey. Room B 126.

Workshop #4 – 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. – Boomer Career Survival Strategies.
This workshop is a must for job seekers age 45+.  Amazon Best Selling Author, Al Smith, demonstrates how to uncover objections, overcome “ageism” (age discrimination), and explain how to use your “Value Proposition” to prove you are more marketable than candidates from younger generations. Room B 123-125.

Workshop #51:30 to 3:30 p.m. – The Art of Buying the Right Business. A Business Ownership Bootcamp. Business ownership is not for everyone; choosing between an existing business or acquiring a franchise requires a proven process. There are over 4,000 different franchises, therefore, learning how to find the best match for your future is key. Led by Bill Williams, Room B 239.

Workshop #6 – 1:45 to 3:15 p.m. – How to Win in Your Job Search Every Time! This is a fast paced, hands-on, in your face workshop that produces results and job offers! HR people hate to be sold a candidate, but they love to buy winners. In a mere 1½ hours you will acquire and have practiced with the tools and triggers that reassure employers that YOU are who they want to buy! You will WIN no matter the competition. Led by Dan Jourdan – Room B242–244 – Trinity Café.

Workshop #7 – 3:45 to 5:00 p.m. – How to Get Noticed Through all the Noise! The Contrarian View of Today’s Job Search. Led by Bruce Dreyfus and Bob Sandt. Room B 131.

Workshop #8 – 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. – Networking Your Way to the Top. Learn the techniques and skills necessary to open the “right” doors, place your resume in the “right” hands and then interview with the “right” person. You will learn how to use your time to meet the decision-makers and land that next opportunity. Led by Steve Beecham, Room B 242-244 – Trinity Café.

Workshop #9 – 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. – Hot Jobs / Many FREE Boot Camps for Job Training – This workshop is hosted by Emory University representative, Hamid Arjmand. Learn how to leverage these potential government funded training opportunities to move to a new job or industry. Room B 239.

Workshop #10 – 3:45 to 5:00 p.m. – Why Should I Hire You? – The person with the most laser-sharp, crystal clear, powerful, dynamic, value laden, hypnotic, irresistible answer to that question is the one who is most likely going to get the job. You will learn how to answer that question. It is a brutally honest, straight forward….and funny presentation. You will come away with a different point of view….guaranteed! Led by Hal Coleman. Room B 246-248.

Workshop #11 – 4:00 to 5:00 pm – Learn about the Marketing Document! This is a most important tool in the marketing phase of the search process. Led by Reed Harvey.  Room B 126.

7:00 to 7:50 p.m. – Evening Workshop Activities

NEW WORKSHOP!! What Your College Did Not Teach You About How to Get a Job: Real facts for young adults ages 20 to 35. Led by Al Smith. KZ Room B 211.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle – An Aid in Your Job Search. The Atlanta Business Chronicle offers job seekers and people seeking leads generally. This workshop will show you how to effectively use the paper in finding leads — whether employment or business leads. This interactive presentation is an onscreen review of the hidden secrets on using the paper as a tool in business and for a job search. Includes a free copy of the current week’s paper, a takeaway folder outlining the process and a drawing for a free Book of Lists. Tom Sander who will present has worked for the Atlanta Business Chronicle for 10 years in Audience Development as Sales Account Executive. Presented by Tom Sander – Room B 236 – 237 – Dining Room.

Employers & Educators – (E&E) – Learn about open job opportunities and educational programs available for job seekers from employers and educators. Fellowship Hall.

One-On-One Resume Review. Join with us in this session to have your resume reviewed by Career Management Consultants, Hiring Managers and Human Resource Professionals. Room B 246–248.

Resume Writing Workshop. Jeff Sheehan will lead this workshop in the best practices for getting selected via your resume. Room B 131.

Interview Workshop. Richard Kirby leads this practical and “do not” miss interactive workshop on interviewing. Room B 125.

Mock Interview Program. Meet with an experienced business person and hold a “Mock Interview” in order to sharpen your interview skills. Sessions available in four rooms for this one-on-one program. KZ Rooms 200, 202, 203, & 206.

One-on-One LinkedIn Profile Review. Bring a pdf printed version of your LinkedIn profile (there is a pdf icon on your LinkedIn profile under Edit Your Profile). A robust profile increases your chances to be found for employment opportunities. Keith Warrick leads his team of LinkedIn Reviewers. Room B 123.

Introduction to LinkedIn. Learn how to get started with LinkedIn as a job seeker. This session is perfect for people who are just starting with LinkedIn as well as those who have an account and just do not know how to get started. Led by Brandy Nagel. Room B 126.

IT Answer Man. Cliff Riviere will provide one-on-one answers to your computer questions so you don’t have IT problems holding back your job search! Fellowship Hall Table #30.

The Hidden Job Market: One is there for YOU! Let us show you how. Led by Bruce Dreyfus and Bob SandtRoom B 239.

Small Group Networking. Network with your peers in the main room for networking in your profession. We will have Sales, HR, IT and other groups for you to be a part of. If we are missing your group, let us know! Fellowship Hall Table.

Chapel Time with our Prayer Ministry Leaders. We encourage everyone to keep God in your search. A job search is easier when He is included. Dedicated prayer partners are waiting in the Parlor during this time to pray with you. This could be the most important time you spend with us. B Building 3rd Floor Parlor.

Facilitator Led Accountability Groups.
RUMC has reorganized the Accountability Groups and added a new Group.  The Accountability groups are now organized into three major groups: Specialty (1-2), Entry (3) and Masters (4):
1. 21/29 Group (For those in their 20s)
2. Entrepreneurs Accountability Group (By appointment only)
3. Entry Accountability Group (Beginning accountability)
4. Masters Accountability Group (Graduate accountability)
Consider joining an accountability group. Learn the details and join one at our next meeting. For more information about these groups meet with Charlie Brown at Fellowship Hall Table #13 immediately after the dinner segment.

Finding Federal Government Jobs. The government has jobs and we have an authority, Rick East, on some of the best ways to assist you in this huge marketplace. KZ Room B 214.

Industry Guide Access.  Sign up with Gary Shaar to connect with one of over 140 Industry Guide volunteers to network with. You pick one of them to follow up with, after our meeting, based on the industry and company they are employed with, then stay for Gary’s workshop on creating your job search strategy. Room B 233–237 – Dining Room.

LinkedIn Photos. Is your LinkedIn photo in need of an overhaul? Photographer Bruce Kromer will be on hand to make that LinkedIn headshot look professional. KZ Room 208.

God’s Talking Workshop! Join a workshop where you will be able to see how God is trying to talk to you. Have you ever thought about the Bible being full of people in transition and God was trying to talk to them? We have a strong leadership team to guide you through an interactive discussion. Room B 242-244 -Trinity Cafe.

7:55 to 9:00 p.m. – “Mini” Job Fair

For information and directions please go to www.RUMCjobnetworking.com. Our meeting is located in Building B on the church campus. We have signs on the street to direct you. The best parking will be at Building A and at Building D. You’ll find it only a short walk to Building B. Review our website,  www.RUMCjobnetworking.com for maps of the campus under the link “Directions.”

Gain Access to http://www.crossroadscareer.org/. Do you need another reason to attend? We will be discussing the #1 website for jobseekers that combine their job search techniques, strategies and faith together. Crossroads Career is a unique site that will walk you through the Seven Steps in your Job Search. This website is a one of a kind resource that we are pleased to share more with you when you attend Monday. Hope to see you September 14th!

Jay Litton,

Volunteer Leader
www.RUMCjobnetworking.com

Do you have questions about the ministry? Please contact Karen Griggs at kgriggs@rumc.com or call directly at 770-261-1739.

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