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Thu Nov 8 2012 at 08:00 pm EST
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Fri Nov 30 2012 at 03:17 pm EST
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Monday Aug 20, 2012
Group Classes (18)
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“SECRETS OF THE GUYS WHO GET JOBS – RESUMES AND COVER LETTERS” will transform the way you search for jobs—and step up your ability to get them—by reinventing how you write cover letters and describe your career through the resume. Your current resume is written like a functionary; by the end of this seminar, you will have the resume of a proactive leader—the kind of resume that says “I get things done.” You will also learn how to write a confident cover letter that says what value you add and how you fit in to a new professional environment—and learn how to make powerful requests that get you an interview. This seminar is led by David Thomas, co-founder of Forster-Thomas Inc., veteran magazine journalist, and host of “Job Talk,” the radio show where work and life collide.
IMPACT Speakers
Career Development > Entrepreneurship
Recorded: Oct 31, 2012 at 05:30 pm EST
Mitch Free is the Chairman and CEO of MFG.com, an online marketplace serving the manufacturing industry. On October 31, Free will speak at Georgia Tech as part of the IMPACT Speaker Series, a program that brings successful business and nonprofit leaders from a variety of industries to Georgia Tech’s campus to share their experiences and give advice to students and other entrepreneurs. Learn more at: http://ile.gatech.edu/IMPACT
The search for full-time employment can be a daunting task for our nation�s veterans and military spouses who each face their own challenges. Employment, more than any other factor, informs the sense of self-worth, purpose, and financial security so critical to successful reintegration and family stability. Register for this session to learn how experts are approaching employment among veterans, how communities and individuals can tackle this issue, and project ideas around this topic for the 2013 MLK Day of Service.
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Stephanie Redcross is the founder and managing director of Vegan Mainstream – a San Diego-based marketing company that strives to bring mindful companies and services into the mainstream. Having observed her parents’ entrepreneurial spirits and experiences in business ownership, Stephanie learned early on that passion and hard work are the cornerstones to success. Passionate herself about living and advocating a vegan lifestyle for health, environmental, and ethical reasons, Stephanie has made it her life mission to help likeminded entrepreneurs and small to mid-sized companies reach and exceed their goals. She also hopes to encourage all businesses to consider both the marketing viability and ethical importance of shifting to veg-friendly products and services.
Chef Ana Garcia is one of the most vivacious culinary personalities today. Known as "the Mexican Rachel Ray," Chef Ana has taught thousands of guests the secrets of traditional Mexican cuisine at La Villa Bonita, her specially-designed culinary hotel. Chef Ana has introduced the hobbyist and professional alike to traditional Mexican techniques that are easy to integrate into daily life or the gourmet application. Chef Ana has appeared on the Food Network, PBS, Telemundo, Univision, and ABC and is a regular guest on KTLA's Morning News at 9 and WGN's Midday News explaining the cultural and culinary significance of Mexican holidays. Her culinary vacations have been described as "a life-changing vacation" by National Geographic Books and one of the top 5 world culinary vacations by the Food Network. Join Chef Ana live and learn her family culinary secrets!
As a busy mom of three little ones, Katie Kimball knows a thing or two about saving time in the kitchen, but she also wants the best of health and nutrition for her family. From yogurt to salad dressing, the Kimball kitchen is filled with homemade foods with nary a box or package in sight. Kimball's blog, Kitchen Stewardship, is focused on balancing nutrition with frugality, the environment with the time available, all as good stewards of God's gifts. Since 2009 KS has offered family-friendly recipes, science geek research into traditional foods and real food nutrition, and lots of helpful tips with a healthy dose of humor and real-life personal experience. A teacher by training, Katie Kimball is well known for her detailed recipes, breaking everything down into baby steps that won't overwhelm even the most nervous newlywed on her first foray into cooking with real food. Her goal is to make whole foods easy (& tasty) for any family to eat day in and day out. The video "introduction" is really a lesson on how to make homemade mayonnaise, something that is pretty difficult to find using only wholesome ingredients. Her Learn It Live course will cover a bit of "reverse engineering" as well - how to make recipes that call for cream of chicken soup completely from scratch using real ingredients. See more of Katie and Kitchen Stewardship at http://www.kitchenstewardship.com/about-2/.
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