Hello, Listeners! Praise 107.9’s Jerry Wells here! The following message comes from my good friend Mike Robinson, (at left above) who’s Director of Community Outreach and Hiring for Temple University’s Human Resources Department. If you’re seeking employment, or BETTER employment, you owe it to yourself to check this opportunity out!
Temple University’s Office of Human Resources is hosting a general interest meeting for
career professionals and adult job seekers interested in participating in a FREE 8-week
professional leadership development/workforce readiness seminar: “New Opportunities
Workshop” (NOW) series. Temple University will cover the entire cost of your participation;
if interested in learning more about eligibility and enrollment in this FREE professional
seminar, you’re urged to attend our upcoming Open House event…
OPEN HOUSE FOR ADULT JOB SEEKERS
Thursday, September 27, 2018, 6pm-8pm
Temple University-Paley Library, Lecture Hall
13th & Montgomery Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Our 8-week seminar classes are held one night a week. Each seminar class is two hours, 6pm8pm.
Classes are taught by management and corporate business leaders from the Philadelphia
area. The seminar ends with a dinner reception with hiring managers from the Philadelphia
business community, and a certificate ceremony celebrating those that successfully completed
the 8-weeks of professional development training.
TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT, RSVP BY FOLLOWING TWO EASY STEPS:
1. Email your response: “Confirmed to attend” and
2. Attach your current resume, and email to Mike Robinson: email@example.com
Questions? If you have any concerns, please call Michael Robinson: 215-204-0677
RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY, SPREAD THE WORD!
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