Did you ever wonder about the impression you make on potential employers? Seemingly small things, like how you look when you walk in the door, to your social media footprint, can give a hiring manager a reason to pause…and perhaps not want to go much further. The good news is that these little things are easily corrected, and can make the difference in someone making a job offer versus taking a pass.
Facilitated by Robyn Winters, Career Strategist
WHAT IS LINKS: LINKS is an acronym for Leads, Information, Networking, Know-how, and Strategies. It is an educational and motivational program designed to help candidates prepare for the week ahead and to share conversation, contacts, and job-search information in a relaxed, friendly environment. For the unemployed professional, LINKS is a “place to go” to focus on the job search when others go to work on Monday Mornings. LINKS sessions are free and open to the public. Reservations are required.
Supported by the Vinik Family Foundation, Jeff and Penny Vinik, Trustees
- Kick-start the week with renewed energy and focus
- Learn career transition tips from career strategists and industry experts
- Practice a 30-second commercial in a relaxed, safe environment
- Exchange ideas, information, and experiences with participants
- Create an action plan for the week
What We Will Cover:
- 30-Second commercialsThe topic of the week
- Candidate successes and challenges
- Individual action plans for the week
No materials are needed.
1½ hours. Plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
Who Should Attend:
Unemployed and underemployed professionals, recent college grads, women re-entering the workforce after a hiatus, military veterans transitioning to civilian workforce, retired professionals needing to go back to work; candidates in career transition who want to prepare and focus their job-search plan for the week.
Cost to Attend:
Free for TBJL Program participants and guests.
Jack Roth Center for Career Development
4100 West Kennedy Blvd. Suite 206
Tampa, FL 33609
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (813) 344-0200.