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Washington, DC Career Expo – March 22, 2012

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Thursday,10am-2pm
The Almas Temple at the Hamilton Crowne Hotel
1315 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005 (directions)  

Important Details

  • Free Admission
  • Register On-Site
  • Resumes Required for Admittance
  • Business Attire Required
  • As a reminder, you are responsible for your parking fees. $18 daily parking.
  • Included in this free four-hour event

    *Power Seminars: Top tips and tricks on acing a challenging job search
    *Perfect Pitch: Nail your quick intro to wow everyone you meet
    *Resume Reviews: Instant feedback on this all-important document
    *The Interview: Experts will evaluate job seeker’s interview skills
    *Engaging Employers: Access to the people who’ll get you in the door
    *Exceptional Connections: Phenomenal talent to trade ideas and leads


     

    Listen to Tory Johnson’s Free Teleclass that she held on Thursday, March 8.


    In just 20 minutes, Tory will tackle a range of job search advice to help reenergize yoursearch — and land the position you want.  Get insider tips on how to ace the upcoming Women For Hire expo.


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    Coffee & Career Chat

    Register for Our Popular Early Morning Seminar

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    Job Search stalled? Confidence ebbing? Thinking about starting your own business, but aren’t sure what steps to take? Wondering how social media could up your chances of getting hired? Sign up now for Women For Hire’s Early Morning Seminar. In this pre-expo season, our hand-picked experts energize you with fresh tips and tactics on how to get what you want – whether you’re a recent college grad, a mom thinking about returning to work or mid-career veteran. We announce speakers in advance of each expo. Jump start your success by registering for this special session, prior to each expo, from 8:30am-10:00am. You’ll also receive priority admittance into the career expo. Space is limited. Reserve your space now.

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    Early Morning Seminars

    Angela Schutz
    Social Media Solutions for Job Search Success
    Do you cringe when you hear others talk about Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn? Ready to finally “get” the cultural and generational impact of social media? Learn how to throw away that paper resume and create a social presence to get hired? Angela Schutz is managing director/founder of Driven To Succeed Consulting LLC, a career development/executive coaching and public speaking service that empowers people to find their ultimate career potential. www.driventosucceed.net.

     

    Eileen Caroscio
    Sole of the Goal: How Shoe Shopping Skills Can Help Your Job Search
    Shopping for shoes is something that all women can relate to. The savvy shoe shopper has to know the style, color, size and heel height — just as the savvy job seeker needs to know what job they want, how they’re going to get it and for whom. The fit has to be right — or it won’t work. Join Eileen Caroscio for this chic/hip relatable shoe analogy. After a 26-year hospital nursing career, Eileen mission is helping women achieve their life goals. A certified life coach, she opened Passageways Coaching in 2007. www.passagewayscoaching.net.

     

    L. Denise Jackson
    Your Career Through a Small Business Lens: Using Entrepreneurial Savvy for Corporate Success
    Treating your career as your own small business – not matter where you work — can be a big plus. Whether you’re in the corporate, governmental or non-profit world, taking a proprietary interest helps you get ahead, stay focused and will make your life and career more satisfying and interesting. Denise Jackson has 20 years of corporate and Federal business development experience and has successfully launched three businesses in the past 15 years. http://ldenisejackson.com

     

    Judy Viccellio
    New York Life
    Judy Viccellio recently joined the greater Washington office of New York Life, where she is now a Partner. She came to New York Life after 23 years of experience in insurance and financial services where she was recognized as a top financial salesperson. Judy has led numerous sales training workshops and sales skills seminars, and for many years was the owner of Northstar Consultants, an executive recruiting and consulting firm. jbviccellio@ft.newyorklife.com


    Power Seminars in Washington, D.C.:

    Angela Schutz
    Interview 3.0: Using Competence, Compatibility and Chemistry to Shine

    Tired of wondering how to land an interview? Ready to look at the interview process from a new perspective? Join veteran executive coach Angela Schutz and learn how to ask questions that will make any hiring manager remember you. www.driventosucceed.net.


    Corliss Jackson
    Cracking the Code: Your Federal Job Search
    Wondering why you haven’t gotten an interview for that federal job? Learn from a former federal HR manager from the Office of Personnel Management about how to craft your federal application so it grabs the attention of the HR staff.

    Corliss Taylor Jackson is an expert on the federal government’s hiring process. As a former GS-15 human resources manager, she has more than 10 years of hands-on experience at the Office of Personnel Management and the National Institutes of Health. As president and CEO of Federal Job Results, she provides consulting services to various federal agencies in recruiting and hiring. Jackson’s experience provides her with a unique insider’s view of the federal hiring process which she uses to help job seekers.

    Antoinette Sykes
    Your Road to Career Success – Mapping An Effective Job Search Strategy
    Lost your way somewhere along the line? Is your job search stalled, with you wondering how you’re going to get back on track? Join Success & Career coach Antoinette Sykes for tips on how to create the right mindset and plot strategy to get the job you want – and deserve. Antoinette spent 12 years in corporate America and climbed the ladder to senior management, using strategies she now teaches others.

    Julie Chae and Jessica Razzano-Krimko
    Careers at the Transportation Security Administration
    Julie and Jessica will discuss the TSA’s history and how to apply for a position with this agency, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security — responsible for the safety and security of the nation’s transportation systems.


    United States Secret Service
    Having a Career as a Woman in the Secret Service
    The U.S. Secret Service is a federal agency charged by Congress with protecting the nation’s leaders and visiting heads of state, and conducting criminal investigations into counterfeiting, forgery of government checks and bonds; and various kinds of frauds.

    Two women who work for the Secret Service — one a special agent, the other a uniformed division officer – will discuss careers there, including physical and mental demands and balancing a family with work. They will also discuss all employment opportunities, including a variety of administrative, professional, technical and clerical positions.


    Benefit from Perfect Pitch/The Interview

    Master your all-important one sentence to sell yourself and get valuable feedback after a mock interview. Our experts will leave you feeling empowered and confident.

    Perfect Pitch Experts:

    Angela Schutz
    Angela Schutz is managing director/founder of Driven To Succeed Consulting LLC, a career development/executive coaching and public speaking service that empowers people to find their ultimate career potential. www.driventosucceed.net.

     

    Antoinette Sykes
    Antoinette spent 12 years in corporate America and climbed the ladder to senior management, using strategies she now teaches others.

     

    The Interview Experts:

    Regina Hubbard
    Regina W Hubbard, CEO of Ashme Consulting & Business Services, has nearly three decades of experience helping clients develop and grow. Her specialties include career development, image consulting, time management and work/life balance.

     

    Christie Mims
    Christie Mims is the fairy godmother to the suit. A job reinvention specialist – she is a certified professional career coach with a background working for Fortune 500 companies. A former Business Unit Director in a top consulting firm, she has been there, done that, and worn those uncomfortable shoes. So, while she knows that while career transition is hard, it doesn’t have to be lonely! www.therevolutionaryclub.com

    Melissa Fireman
    Melissa S. Fireman is founder and CEO of Washington Career Services, a career management firm specializing in organizational and career consulting for individuals, academia and industry. A practicing career counselor and trainer in Washington, she has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NBC-4, Yahoo! HotJobs, MSN, College News, The Hill, Bethesda Magazine, and Washingtonian.

    Susanne Maurer
    Susanne Maurer is co-founder of Washington Career Services, a career management firm. She provides career and clinical counseling and training and is has been featured in The Washington Post Express, NBC4 News and CNN.

     



    Participating Exhibitors

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Accenture
    Arise Virtual Solutions
    Barclaycard
    Bed Bath & Beyond
    The Boeing Company
    Cox Communications
    Defense Logistics Agency
    Fannie Mae
    Federal Highway Administration
    Federal Housing Finance Agency
    Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
    Grainger
    The Home Depot
    KPMG
    National Security Agency
    MetLife / New England Financial
    Mid-Atlantic HERC
    NCI Information Systems
    New York Life
    PNC
    Procurevis, Inc.
    Raleigh Police Department
    SMS Data Products Group
    State Farm Insurance
    Transportation Security Administration
    U.S. Customs & Border Protection
    U.S. Secret Service

    Keep checking back as we add to our list of participating exhibitors!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Want to volunteer at our expos?

    One of the many reasons women like joining us at Women For Hire expos is that our staff members are friendly, helpful and always willing to lend an ear. If you’re interested in seeing what a career expo looks like from the inside, we hope you’ll consider volunteering with us for the day. We pay a small stipend to cover your expenses, so it’s a chance to make a little pocket money and experience what we do. Email your resume and cover letter to emma@womenforhire.com to be considered for the expo in your area.



    Planning to attend this event?

    Sign up for this special e-blast to receive up-to-the-minute details on this particular event. CEO Tory Johnson will alert you to exclusive drawings, advice on connecting effectively with the participating employers, and tips for having success at this career expo. (Note: Even if you’re already registered for our national enewsletter, you should sign up for this event-specific email.)

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