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DELPHOS – Jim Perry, former Delphos resident, and The Delphos Herald are offering a free seminar for job seekers and people who wish to pursue new endeavors from 8-11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8 at the Eagles Lodge in Delphos.

“Getting Over the Wall,” a three-hour intensive seminar, is designed to get candidates past hidden objections that are preventing them from getting an opportunity to meet with decision makers.

Three key areas will be focused on:

• Resumes - Assuring resumes match the job opportunity being pursuing passes the “6 second eyeball test”… and gets read.

• Networking - Building the pool of people to help in the search.

• Interviewing – How to interview like a pro in 30 minutes and get the job.

Though there is no charge for the program, preregistration is essential in order for us to assure availability of handouts, and unfortunately, space is limited. Coffee, refreshments and snacks will be provided to help kick-start a productive Saturday morning.

To attend, RSVP to Nancy Spencer at nspencer@delphosherald.com or call 419-695-0015, ext. 134. Leave a message including the number and names of participants.

 

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