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Resume Workshop Thursday, June 2, 2022  10:00am-11:00am A-140
Focus 2 Workshop Tuesday, June 21, 2022 2:00pm-3:00pm A-140
Resume Workshop Thursday, July 14, 2022 2:00pm-3:00pm A-140
Focus 2 Workshop Wednesday, July 27, 2022 10:00am-11:00am A-140

        Resume Workshops- Resumes are usually the first impression you make to potential employers and the gateway to a first interview. Learn the best ways to catch an employer’s eye by showcasing your strengths and valuable experience in this interactive workshop.

        Focus 2 Workshops- Deciding on your career is one of the most challenging and stressful decisions that you will make in your educational journey. It’s okay to be unsure about your future career plans. This workshop will guide you through the Focus 2 Career assessment and set you on the next step in your educational journey. The assessment provides insights into your interests, values and expectations of a career and walks you through suggested career options.

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Hire Education Workshops

Hire-Education workshops seek to provide students with the skills necessary to excel in the workplace. This workshop explores skills related to building a resume, successful interview techniques, as well as general employee skills.

Resumes are usually the first impression you make to potential employers and the gateway to a first interview. Learn the best ways to catch an employer’s eye by showcasing your strengths and valuable experience in this interactive workshop.

Learn strategies that will give you the edge in an interview. How to prepare for, practice, and approach an interview with a future employer are all skills covered in this workshop. This includes resources to continue improving techniques.

 For students eligible for on-campus employment, workshops will include topics that relate to general employee skills. Materials include PPCC employment policies, procedures and work study expectations in the workplace, as well as valuable skills that will benefit any future career.

Join us for this interactive workshop that provides strategies and resources to approach employment on campus and beyond.

Please contact Career Services with any questions at (719) 502-2360. 

PPCC encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact: Sylvia Garcia or Megan Castro at (719) 502-2360 or career@ppcc.edu​​​​​​​ at least three business days before the event.

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