Networking Events

Job Show Radio Broadcasts from Nov. 2 and 9

Instead of making everyone wade through the last few weekly posts listing the networking events, job search workshops, etc. in the Kansas City area, I thought I would just make this a separate post and give you the podcast links to the past two The Job Radio Show broadcasts.

November 2 Job Radio Show broadcast info:

Representatives from 4 local job clubs discussed the concept of what Job Clubs are and how they benefit the job seeker:

  • Bill Eckert from Church Of The Nativity – Career Transitions Support Group
  • Bob Noelle from Church of the Resurrection United Methodist – Employment Transition Support Group
  • Larry Lee from Presbyterian Church of Stanley – Job Search Support Group
  • David Templeman – Woods Chapel United Methodist Church – Crossroads Career Network

Podcast Link

November 9 Job Radio Show broadcast info:

Kent Barthol from the Kansas City Business Journal.

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Podcast Link

As always, if you know about other career fairs, meetings, or events that would benefit job seekers, please send a note to jobseekersview@gmail.com. Recruiters who would like to post HOT job leads for people to view can also send the information to the same email account. Thank you.

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