Presentation: To Get a Good Job, Tell a Great Story!

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with Arnie Fertig, MPA, CEO of Jobhuntercoach

 

WHEN: Monday, July 13, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Tewksbury Public Library, 300 Chandler St, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Whenever you are looking for a job, you need to tell your story. Who are you? What are you good at? What have you achieved? What is your value to a potential employer? Your story will take different forms: a branding story, your resume and LinkedIn profile, and of course, whatever you say about yourself when you are networking or interviewing. Accordingly, the way you tell your story will differ, but your message must be both clear and consistent.

In this presentation, Arnie Fertig talks about the role of storytelling in job hunting and how you can learn to understand and communicate your own story in a way that will engage your audience.

Key Benefits of the presentation:

  • The elements of all great job hunting stories
  • What stories should convey
  • How much detail to tell
  • How to generate interest in yourself

Presenter: Arnie Fertig has extensive experience in all aspects of the hiring / job search process and contributes weekly to the “On Careers” Blog of USNews & World Report. He understands hiring from the employer’s perspective, having founded and run a boutique recruiting company for 10 years. He specialized in conducting searches for difficult to fill positions in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, engineering, and financial services companies. Since 2008 he has focused exclusively on utilizing his expertise to help individuals understand and master the nuts and bolts of job hunting, define their personal brand, and shorten the time until they are hired. He earned a BA from the University of Vermont with a major in Philosophy, a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, and a Masters in Hebrew Letters from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion where he was also ordained as a rabbi.

This program is free and open to the public. Come join us!

 

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