Ballard Library to host workshops for job seekers

Ballard Library (5614 22nd Ave NW) will offer workshops on interviewing and résumé building for jobseekers starting Monday, December 12, through Wednesday, February 8.

Check out the workshop schedule below:

Interviewing

Know what to expect from an interview and how to prepare effective answers to frequently asked questions. Discover how to impress employers and get the job you have always wanted! Registration is not required, but to reserve a seat contact Sherril Koagel at 206-779-1628 or SKoagel@esd.wa.gov.

Résumé Building

Learn what employers are looking for and how to provide that information on your résumé. The workshop will cover how to best showcase your skills, education and experience. Registration is not required, but to reserve a seat contact Amanda See at 206-637-5148 or asee@pacassoc.com.

For more information, call the Library at 206-684-4089 or Ask A Librarian.

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Ovvi

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