How do I figure out what I want to do. How do I figure out what I like to do.The Association for Women in Computing, Puget Sound Chapter AWC-PS is hosting How to Find a JOB. on March 17, at 5:30 p.m. at Mezza Café, 3rd floor, Starbuck’s Center. Faith Cooley, PMP and Six Sigma Black Belt, Consultant, Speakeasy, a Best Buy Company and Teena Christel, CEO and Founder, MySource Talent.com will discuss how to project manage your job search and protect yourself.
Find answers to the following
Define - What type of things do you like to do.
Requirements - What do you want to do.
Research - What's out there and how do I fit in.
Development - 5 primary tools to use.
Working with agencies.
Changing from FTE to consulting.
What to watch out for; pitfalls; resume snatchers, etc.
How to protect yourself.
Faith Cooley, PMP, Six Sigma Black Belt, Consultant, Speakeasy, a Best Buy Company.
Ms. Cooley has more than a decade of project management experience in the start-to-finish management of multimillion-dollar, technically complex projects in the web, financial, wireless, and healthcare arenas. She has a deep knowledge of networking, software, hardware and telephony environments and has managed strategic IT systems integrations projects and product launch projects for companies such as Microsoft, Western Wireless, AT&T Wireless, IDX Systems and Compaq/Tandem.
Teena Christel, CEO and Founder, MySource Talent.com
Ms. Christel has over 12 years in the staffing industry and another 20 years in Marketing and HR. She is the President of MySource Talent, a boutique, referral-driven, technical staffing organization specializing in sourcing high-visibility talent and project teams with a core focus in the Healthcare, eCommerce, Telecom and Financial Industries. Ms. Christel has extensive experience and her entrepreneurial spirit has led to the creation of a unique staffing company that provides significant value to high-end consultants and clients by several rigorous practices. Her knowledge and ideas have placed her on the leading edge of a change in how to find great talent.
The Association For Women In Computing is a national, nonprofit, professional organization for women and men with an interest in information technology. The purpose of the Puget Sound Chapter is to promote awareness on issues affecting women in the computing industry, further the professional development and advancement of women in computing, and encourage women to enter computing as a career. We welcome men to all meetings, events and to join as members.
Added by pollyln1948 on March 5, 2009