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Northminster Presbyterian Church - Job Networking Ministry
Ongoing Each Thursday Beginning Thursday, September 04, 2014.

Northminster Presbyterian meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month to offer support, guidance, networking, and speakers for the unemployed and underemployed from our communitiy.
May 26th schedule:

6:45pm Gather, Meet, Register
7:00pm Welcome and More
7:10pm Out of a Job - Now What? Your To-Do List.
7:25pm Employment Law (by Ben Rogers)
8:00pm Sign-up for Industry/Profession Guides
8:15pm Interviewing - How to Nail the Interview and Get the Job
9:00pm Closing
Times:6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Where:Northminster Presbyterian Church
2400 Old Alabama Rd. - corner of Old Alabama and Old Alabama Con
Roswell GA 30076
Additional Info:Website: http://www.northminster-atl.org/article/job-networking-ministry/
Phone: 770-998-1482

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    2400 Old Alabama Rd. - corner of Old Alabama and Old Alabama Con Roswell GA 30076
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