Horizons Call: Enter and Conquer – How to Ace a Job Interview
March 17, 2011
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum is teaming up with Career Coach Alyssa Best to present this five part series to help get you on your way to finding and securing your dream job! These five sessions will be held weekly on Thursdays from 12:30pm to 1:30pm EST via webinar, so if you’re looking for something productive and beneficial to do on your lunch hour, this is it. We will be conscientious of your time and limit all webinars to 1 hour.
You can register for any one of the sessions described below for just $15. If you’d like to participate in all four remaining sessions, save yourself some money by subscribing to the complete series for just $50. In addition to receiving one session for free, you will be invited to participate in the Special Project included below. Full series subscribers will also receive a discounted one-on-one coaching session with Alyssa Best following this series (this series plus 30 minutes of coaching for just $80!). To register, click here and follow the instructions on the GoToWebinar page, then continue to Sewall-Belmont’s payment page to make your payment.
This amazing opportunity to enhance your career doesn’t come along every day so act fast – participation is limited to the first 100 subscribers for each session. NWP members will receive priority status for reservations.
How to Ace a Job Interview
We all get the jitters when we interview for a job we really want. Join career coach Alyssa Best for this online session on presenting your best self in the interview process. We will discuss ways you can market your strengths and accomplishments, how to respond to tough questions you may be asked, and the importance of bringing a few questions of your own to the interview. You’ll walk away feeling prepared for the big day and ready to make a great impression.
Alyssa Best, Career Coach
Alyssa Best helps people identify their dream careers and provides them with the tools to achieve their goals. As a career coach, trainer, and speaker, she offers guidance and skills on topics related to career and professional development. She has mentored and worked with emerging leaders at Wider Opportunities for Women, the Center for Progressive Leadership and the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Rutgers University. Alyssa has trained hundreds of people on career and leadership issues through national conferences, community-based programs, professional development workshops, and the university classroom. She holds a Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mary Washington College.
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