After Dinner

 

Kevin's 7: Tips to Land Your Next Great Career


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Presented by Kevin Virobik

Department of Workforce Development

Kevin's 7:  Tips to Land Your Next Great Career

1. How to identify an appropriate career path based upon personality and interests
2. Discover how existing skillsets transfer into an alternate career path or industry sector
3. Utilize Labor Market Information to identify businesses in a selected career plan
4. Connect with others for support, guidance and to learn best practices
5. Develop a marketing message to crystallize a career goal
6. Uncover connections on LinkedIn to serve as a referral
7. Find and be Found: JobCenterOfWisconsin.com

Kevin's 7:  Tips to Land Your Next Great Career
1. How to identify an appropriate career path based upon personality and interests
2. Discover how existing skillsets transfer into an alternate career path or industry sector
3. Utilize Labor Market Information to identify businesses in a selected career plan
4. Connect with others for support, guidance and to learn best practices
5. Develop a marketing message to crystallize a career goal
6. Uncover connections on LinkedIn to serve as a referral
7.  Find and be Found: JobCenterOfWisconsin.com
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Bio:

Kevin is a Business Services Consultant for the State of Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development based in Menasha, WI. Kevin connects area businesses with workforce system tools that speed time-to-hire and effectively exposes career opportunities to Wisconsin's 21st century workforce professionals.

Kevin is well-versed on efficient job search strategies and modifies his approach based upon current labor market and in-demand, industry sector needs.

Kevin previously served as the Inside Sales Manager for Eastman Kodak where he gained an appreciation of the hiring process from the perspective of a hiring manager.

Kevin is self-taught having worked with HTML web design; setup of his own home wi-fi network; replacement of a PC power supply, motherboard battery, RAM, hard drives and fan; and bought his first PC - a Packard Bell! - in 1988; but ultimately realizes that he will always be an IT novice.

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May 19, 2015 - After Dinner