Hello Onein3ers . Today is Humpday Jobday so we will be focusing on jobs and resources for how to land one
I took a look at boston.com today and there are many opportunities at companies here in Boston. Organizations like Deloitte, Children’s Hospital, Boston University and Thompson Reuters are all hiring for a variety of roles and many were recently posted. Perhaps this means that the job market is opening up… lets hope! . Check out the link for more info these opportunities as well as other companies that are hiring: http://www.boston.com/jobs/city/
A few other resources which could be helpful in your job search:
For those of you looking for opportunities in the non-profit sector, Mark McCurdy from Jobs in non-profits may have resources to assist you – check out his website: http://www.jobsinnonprofits.com/
For those of you who are French, The Office for Science and Technology of the French Consulate, is hosting a special event called “CV 101 & Networking: Tips for Successful Resumes & Job Interviews” on Monday, May 3rd – 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Vox Populi, 755 Boylston Street, Boston. Entry is free and you can register by RSVP’ing to firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is the second event of the newly created Young Professionals Network of the French American Chamber of Commerce in New-England. To learn more about the group, see link: www.faccne.org
OPEN New England whose mission is to enhance business opportunities for entrepreneurs and professionals of Pakistani heritage living in North America and involved in technology, biotech, healthcare, finance and educational enterprises, is hosting a career fair on March 21st, 2010 at Cooley Godward Kronish in downtown Boston. The event, entitled, Reinventing your career for new economies has two tracks, one for students and one for mid-level/senior management. Registration begins on May 3rd, 2010 via the following website: www.open-newengland.com
The Mass it’s all here website is also a great resource for those of you looking for opportunities in Boston. See link for more details: http://www.massitsallhere.com/Massachusetts-Employment-Resources
For those of you who are scientists and looking to explore career and networking opportunities, AWIS is a great group to become involved with. They host seminars on topics such as career development, resume feedback, interviewing tips, all geared to helping people with scientific backgrounds enhance their career development. See their website for more info: http://www.mass-awis.org/. I had the pleasure of being on the panel Monday night for one of their AWIS Professional Development Workshops focused on Strategies for Successful Interviewing – great tips were shared.
Best of luck in your searches!
Co-Founder and CEO, Propel Careers