Serving as a bright light
in a dark economy, University of Phoenix is hosting a series of free career workshops to help revamp Arizona’s staggering
University of Phoenix – Phoenix Campus is hosting a series of free workshops
hosted by a professional presenter to help job seekers navigate into new territory when managing changes in their careers.
These workshops will emphasize the importance of finely tuned resumes, noteworthy
first impressions during in-person and phone interviews and utilizing the internet and social media outlets to help the jobless
stand out in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Career Workshop Themes,
Dates and Times:
Tuesday, October 5 | 6
to 8 p.m.
- Build Your Best Resume
Wednesday, October 27 | 6 to 8 p.m.
- Maximizing the Internet for Your Career Search:
Search Engines to Social Media
University of Phoenix – West Valley Learning Center
9520 W. Palm Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85037
RSVP: These workshops are
open to the general public. To register, call (480) 557-2945 or e-mail email@example.com
WHO: Presenter Stacie Garlieb is available to provide
interviews and career tips. Reporters can reach her via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
is president of Successful Impressions, a local company that helps people with their career searches. Her expertise includes
writing compelling cover letters, helping people differentiate themselves from other job seekers, preparing questions for
employers, mastering successful in-person and phone interviews and using the Internet for job hunting.
INTERVIEW: David Fitzgerald, Phoenix campus director of University of Phoenix, is available to discuss why the University
is dedicated to supporting the local community as it endures uncertain economic times.
Additionally, speak with career workshop participants about the value of this experience and the current landscape of employment