For Immediate Release
Health Talk, Career Strategy, Tools for Job Seekers Top List of Great Programming in January at the Downtown Library!
Redwood City, CA - January 10, 2012 - It’s time to kick-off 2012 with a great variety of programs at the Redwood City Library, sponsored in part by Friends of the Redwood City Library. A Community Health Talk, Strategic Career Planning, and Tools for Job Seekers are just the beginning! These events represent the diverse, interesting, fun, and enlightening programs that are available at the Redwood City Public Library. A complete listing of the many other Library events and activities is available at www.redwoodcity.org/library. The events below all take place at the Downtown Library located at 1044 Middlefield Road.
- Strategic Career Change, presented by Phase2 Careers, Tuesday, January 10, 10 am – noon. Designed to assist the over-40 worker in the Bay Area with finding new career opportunities through job search/career development workshops, networking/recruitment events and special career presentations. The event brings Bay Area employers representative of a wide variety of industries, offering an opportunity to meet and talk directly with employers in various fields of your interest.
- Community Health Talk, Thursday, January 12, 6 – 7 pm, featuring Jeanna Wong, Pharm.D. Kaiser Permanente and the Redwood City Public Library are proud to present another year of health talks for the community, including two presentations in Spanish at the Fair Oaks Library. For questions, please contact the Health Education Department at Kaiser Permanente (650) 299-2433.
- Tools Program for Job Seekers, Presented by PeninsulaWorks, Tuesday, January 18 from 10 am - 2 pm. The Tools program provides ways to improve job-seekers’ résumés with on-on-one coaching, assistance with interview preparation, feedback on interview skills, workshops with experts, information on emerging industries, and more.
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