Next Event - March 11, 2014 With Expanded Networking Time
NetWork2NewWork is Grand Rapid’s premier orchestrated-networking
event for individuals to enhance their career, or seek new opportunities and employers find new talent.
Enhance your career by building your network in and
out of your industry
Help your employer find new talent to employ or contract with
Find new employment or work
Discover new connections to
grow your business
Speakers for March 11th, 2014
Evolution from Shy Guy to Networking Phenom
Steve Sanders Steve will tell his story how he went how learned to network even as a shy person. Those who meet Steve know him now think he is an extrovert. Arriving at that place has been a journey. Steve will tell his story of this journey and how it has taken his career and community to another level.
Steve is a Financial Adviser with Merrill Lynch. His experience includes commercial banking, sales and government background.
Dress Your Best for Interviewing and
Gail's presentation will cover rules to help you know how to dress for interviewing and work, and will include help with identifying your body type issues and creating a style for yourself. She'll also provide resources and rules for stretching your wardrobe dollars.
Gail has a vast background and expertise in clothing and textiles with a BS in retailing from Michigan State. She was a buyer for women's clothes for Jacobson's, Goldwaters and Caldewell's, and as a product manager for the gift division of a Christian publishing firm. She's been self-employed since 2000 enjoying work as a Mary Kay Consultant.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
This is FREE event hosted by:
Westminster Presbyterian Church
47 Jefferson Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 westminstergr.org
EaRN Employment and Resource Network is a pioneering ministry helping to sustain congregations
and their ministries providing ready-to-use resources for congregations, ministries, and the job seekers
and career changers they serve. Learn more at www.earn-network.org.
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