MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center offers live, interactive job search and career-readiness webinars that can be viewed using a computer, tablet, or smart phone. (Computers are highly recommended, to be able to see more clearly the information presented.) In addition, the Career Center Seminar, WIOA Orientation, and other training information sessions are being offered remotely.
You can register through JobQuest or call the Greenfield Career Center at 413-774-4361 or 800-457-2603. Please note: Those who register less than 24 hours ahead of the scheduled start time may not be accommodated, due to the technical aspects involved with registration.
Career Center staff will do our best to help people connect to the webinars even if you have no experience using webinars. Webex or Zoom webinar guides are sent with the event invitations. Questions may also be asked within the text-based Chat feature of each webinar, after you have joined. Or you may call the Career Center front desk at 413-774-4361 or 800-457-2603 for assistance before the webinar or at the start of the webinar if you are having difficulty joining.
The Social Security Administration offers a monthly online event for people who are age 18 – 64 and who are receiving Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits. Go to choosework.ssa.gov/wise to find out about and register for the next event.
Resumes That Rock
March 15 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
You want your resume to be noticed. Learn about three types of resumes and which one will market you best; how to add value with accomplishment statements; and how to make your resume look professional. During this webinar we will teach you best practices for resume writing and how to make yours rock. Resume Examples and a Resume Handout will be available for viewing and saving for future reference.
Register on JobQuest, or call the Greenfield office at 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 by 10:00 am the day of to sign up; you must provide an email address to participate. Instructions on how to join webinar will be provided separately