Job Search 101: Bypassing the Black Hole

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Event Category

Business & Technology

Event Overview

Whether you’re gainfully employed and trying to muster up the energy to turn your career around or you’re spending every waking hour perusing job sites for the next best thing, job seeking is – hands down – the opposite of fun. You’ve had all the resume help you can get, you scour listings like it’s your, well, job. And still, why does it feel like you are talking into the wind?

In this class, Dabblers will learn basic, but often unknown or under-estimated, job search tactics to help you get from resume to interview and avoid that proverbial black hole that seems to be the graveyard for resumes.

Topics covered will include:
- Resume basics
- Searching and identifying jobs and companies
- Targeting and contacting hiring managers
- Cover letters and email communication

Reviews for Past Classes:

"The instructor had some deep insights into the job search process. I learned how to better refine my Indeed searches. The instructor was warm and friendly which put everyone at ease."

"I really enjoyed this class and found it completely useful to me."

Minimum age

All ages welcome

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A graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in sociology and minor in economics, Lindsay is the recent founder of CitySwarm in February 2011. Prior to beginning her entrepreneurial endeavors, she worked in sales and marketing for web companies as well as in entertainment. Over the years, she has had numerous interviews with her top company prospects, including companies like House of Blues, Groupon, Live Nation, Redeye/Metromix and more. And rarely has she been denied an interview. She’s become a job consultant for friends, more often than not helping them land jobs they’re excited about.

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