Community and Economic Development
Hundreds of Jobs Available at Regional Job Fair
|Success Skills: Six Essential Competencies - What are employer's looking for in their future employees? What skill should be included in your "toolkit" to be hired?Speaker: Cheryl Mason|
|11:45 a.m.||Standing Out by Being Outstanding - Ask the experts: Employers look for resumes that stand out, but it's not the applicant's only tool. Employers will share the secret to pass the interview and get hired!Speakers: Susan Zubiate, Human Resources representative with NASSCO, Callie Rnaie, manager with Manpower, Antonio Corpus, recruiter with the Internal Revenue Service, and Rich Dennis, Human Resources manager with Evans Hotels.|
|1:15 p.m.||Excellence: Six Keys to Unleash Your Success - Talent and skill are important, but "EXCELLENCE" is what employers are really looking for! Create new possibilities as you prepare for the next grandest version of your career and life.Speaker: Sandy Asch, Alliance for Organizational Excellence LLC|
Résumé critique services will be available again this year at the Career Center Network (CNN) booth. This countywide effort will provide staff from the various One-stop Career Centers to evaluate resumes for the attendees. Additionally, the CNN booth will provide information for a snapshot of what the various Career Centers offer.
Applicants should bring plenty of resumes and dress professionally for interviews. Businesses that have immediate job openings and need qualified applicants may participate in S.A.V.E./C.I.N.E.S. Job Fair 2003 by calling (760) 599-1520 or visiting www.careermart.pennysaverusa.com to reserve space by noon, Tuesday, May 13, 2003.
S.A.V.E./C.I.N.E.S. Job Fair 2003 is being organized in partnership with the City of San Diego's Community and Economic Development Department, the state's Employment Development Department, San Diego Career Opportunities Partners, the, MAAC Project, San Diego Workforce Partnership, Southwestern Community College, Comprehensive Training Systems, San Diego Unified School District, and Santos Graphics. The event is sponsored by the PennySaver.
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With an emphasis on the City's urban core neighborhoods and low- and moderate-income residents, the Community and Economic Development Department strives to improve the quality of life and ensure a healthy economy in San Diego through job development, business development, neighborhood revitalization, public improvements, redevelopment, social services, and revenue enhancement.
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