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PeninsulaWorks & Redwood City Library Offering Workshop for Job Seekers – “The Informational Interview”

Redwood City, CA - September 22, 2009 - In today’s economic climate, it’s important for job seekers to take full advantage of all opportunities for training, preparation, and job-seeking skills information. Here is a great opportunity for job seekers and others to improve their skills in the Informational Interview.

Informational Interviewing is a proven method for exploring career goals and networking with potential employers. This free two-hour workshop provides participants with tips and new skills that can help to unlock the job search and open new doors of employment opportunity.

  • Tuesday, September 29, 2009
    1 – 3 pm
    Redwood City Downtown Library, Community Room
    1044 Middlefield Road

Space is limited and advance registration is recommended. Call 650-802-3371 to register.

This workshop is presented by PeninsulaWorks and is co-sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library and the Friends of the Redwood City Library.

Other great upcoming workshops for job-seekers at the Redwood City Downtown Library include “The HR Hiring Process” on October 27, and “Job Search for 55 & Older” on November 24 (these three workshops will be from 1 – 3 pm).

PeninsulaWorks is the premier source for employment and training solutions in San Mateo County. Their mission is to help job seekers and laid off workers, and those businesses that are in need of tapping a diverse pool of talent to remain competitive. PeninsulaWorks’ services are funded through public sources and special grants. Their website is

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Roz Kutler
Redwood City Public Library
(650) 780-7058

Amanda Kim
(650) 802-6433


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