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Job Center of Wisconsin Virtual Workshops

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Workshops are presented ONLINE through a webinar. Attendees will participate via internet access, and the ability to stream video and audio through your computer and/or phone is required to participate. Registered participants will receive an email before the event with instructions on how to access the workshop. For instructions on logging into WebEx click here: WebEx Attendee Instructions.

Reasonable accommodations requests should be made at least three business days before this training. Please contact Job Center of Wisconsin via email or at 888-258-9966.

Registration is required.

Please register no later than two hours before the workshop start time to ensure you receive instructions for accessing the workshop. Please make a note of the date and time. No confirmation email will be sent to you. You will receive the link to the Virtual Workshop on the day of the scheduled presentation.

At the registration form, please make sure to register your full email address (i.e.: @gmail.com; @yahoo.com, etc.).

A follow up email containing the slides from the workshop/s that you attended and survey link will be available within 3 business days of the completion of the workshop/s that you attended. Please check your emails for a message containing the date and title of the workshop/s that you attended in the subject line.

Upcoming Virtual Workshops


Cover Letter vs Letter of Qualification Workshop

Many jobs require a letter describing how you are qualified for the position you are applying for. Some ask for a cover letter and some ask for a letter of qualification. In this workshop, we will discuss what each of these are, the main differences, and which one is appropriate for the job you are applying for. We will also discuss who to use as your references when applying for a job and where to put them when applying.

Date: Friday, July 8, 2022
Time: 10 AM – 11:30 AM
Location: Online via WebEx

Attendees will participate via internet access, and the ability to stream video and audio through your computer and/or phone is required to participate.

Register

Job Loss Strategies Workshop

For anyone who has lost a job: A very worthwhile session that explains the five stages of job loss, the many impacts to personal lives; and strategies to move forward.

Date: Friday, July 22, 2022
Time: 11 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Online via WebEx

Attendees will participate via internet access, and the ability to stream video and audio through your computer and/or phone is required to participate.

Register

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