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Workforce Development

We connect local employers with high and middle school students to broaden their understanding of the world of work; skills needed to be successful, to share advice and practical information regarding their opportunities following graduation.

Website: http://workandlearnnow.com
Members: 29
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2012

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Comment by Marjorie Dudley on December 6, 2012 at 2:28pm

I am doing another clinic if you can make it:

Sales people often hate making cold calls. Some even say “cold calls don’t work anymore”. If you are tired of getting hung up on or told “thanks, but I think we’re okay right now”—even if you just want to improve your calling skills—then this clinic will transform your prospecting. Guests will leave with a new cold-calling system that has proven effectiveness.

Join Marjorie on Monday 12/17 from 11:30am-1:30pm in Wilsonville. This clinic is free with donation to Mid-Valley Mentors. Call 503-975-2007 or email mdudley@sandler.com to reserve your space. Seating is limited. Sorry, no day-of entry. Drinks will be provided; guests may bring a brown bag lunch if desired.

What attendees are saying:
"New ideas, great energy of facilitator, very helpful"
"Very informative"
"I liked the interaction and the ability to ask questions along the way"

Comment by Donna Banwarth on May 11, 2010 at 7:31am
Good morning everyone! The Service Learning and Career Development Center at Western Oregon University is looking for a few professionals to help out with Mock Interviews on May 24th and/or May 26th! If you are interested in helping conduct interviews (between 10am and 12pm) here on campus, please let me know. A great opportunity to connect with our campus, meet some extraordinary students, and enjoy Monmouth!
Comment by Mike McLaran on March 18, 2009 at 8:47am
Thank you to all who gave their time to interview students. You never know the full extent of the impact you may have on the students with whom you interact but one thing is sure, you do make a difference. This type of investment in the lives of others, especially our youth, is an important key to our collective future.
Thank you!!
Comment by Harold Wood on March 17, 2009 at 5:49pm
Sue,
I had a great time at the convention center and am looking forward to next time! Count me in!
 

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