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A New Year, new skills! Ace that interview and land that dream job!
Interviewing is a skill that if we don’t practice, we get rusty. Whether you are thinking about your next career step, looking to refine or expand your interviewing skills, or want guidance on how to interview better, this workshop is for you! Learn how to answer questions like: What are your strengths and weaknesses? How do you deal with a difficult boss? Join us and learn how to present yourself as the best candidate!
YNPNsfba Professional Development Committee is hosting this workshop that will consist of a brief presentation and a mock interview session, paired with feedback and lots of practice.
YNPN members: FREE!
*Current YNPN members – bring a guest for only $5 extra!
6:00 PM – 6:45 PM: Presentation by Kristin Theiss
6:45 PM – 7:45 PM: Mock Interviews
7:45PM – 8:00 PM: Networking
Facilitated by Kristin Theiss, Founder of Lasting Impressions Career Counseling.
Kristin has a decade of experience working in Human Resources in both corporate and nonprofit sectors. During her time at the award winning multi million dollar non profit, Room to Read, she played an integral role in growing the global organization from 70 to 600 employees within 6 years’ time. Kristin has interacted with countless job seekers and worked with hundreds of hiring managers across numerous fields. Her background in Training & Development hasgiven her the ability to effectively reach out and provide people with the best tools to meet their goals.
What is YNPNsfba’s Professional Development Series? The Young Non-Profit Professionals Network, San Francisco Bay Area chapter, hosts interactive seminars tailored to early career nonprofit professionals and other community members who are interested in supporting and strengthening the incoming generation of nonprofit leaders. Featured speakers and discussion leaders share insider advice and mentoring to advance your career in the nonprofit sector. To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2601 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
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