Network Your Way to Your Next Job (Online)

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Teens , Adults

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Finding employment is often a challenge, even in the best of times. Job- seekers must take advantage of every contact they have, especially in times like these. This means NETWORK.

Join us for a webinar that tackles one of the hardest parts of job-seeking... Networking!

Finding employment is often a challenge, even in the best of times. The current pandemic is compounding an already stressful situation. Job- seekers must take advantage of every contact they have, especially in times like these. This means NETWORK.

This webinar provides a clear understanding of what the term "network" means and includes tips on successful networking, some of which can be utilized during the pandemic and some of which will be doable post- pandemic.

The topics covered include the advantages and pitfalls of networking, initiating networking encounters, developing taglines, networking tools, networking opportunities, the networking process, scripts to be used when calling contacts for referrals and suggestions, and following up.

This event is presented in partnership with the Worchester County Library.

This event will be presented through Crowdcast. Registration is required. 

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1. Click the "Register" button on this page, which will direct you to the Crowdcast page.
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3. Enter your email address or social media login.
4. Check your email for a confirmation and a link to join the event, along with the option to add the event to your calendar.

Constance Hallinan Lagan brings information and insight, humor and hope, to the platform every time she speaks.  Listed in Who’s Who, The World’s Who’s Who of Women and Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America, Connie has presented for hundreds of colleges, universities, government agencies, corporations, labor unions, churches, hospitals, health care agencies and associations nationwide. She presents in the areas of business development, career advancement and personal enrichment.


Connie has served as publishing coordinator for a psychological and educational book publisher servicing the needs of children and teens at risk.  She has developed books, games and counseling tools to support guidance counselors, educators and therapists in their work with pre-teen and teenage students.  Connie has also served as director of career development for a vocational school, director of marketing for an entertainment company, campaign manager for a non-profit organization, and business consultant for the American and Canadian governments.