Find out the good, bad, and ugly about multi-level marketing (MLM). For many people, it is a good second income, and a few even earn large incomes, but some lose money working in MLM. Come discover whether you have what it takes to be successful in direct sales.
If you’re interested in getting a civil service job with the state or city-parish government, you won’t want to miss this seminar. Our panel will feature a representative from the Louisiana State Department of Civil Service, as well as a representative from the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of EBR Recruitment Division. Each of them will discuss the types of career paths offered within their organization, the openings they’re seeking to fill at the moment, and the proper procedures for applying.
Please note that this is an information seminar, not a job fair. To register, visit the Career Center online or call (225) 231-3733.
To register for a workshop on how to use your existing network to find a new job, go online or call the Career Center at (225) 231-3733. The program is led by Julie Laperouse, Director of Training at Emergent Method, and will be held Wednesday, March 7th, from 6-8 PM, at the Main Library on Goodwood.
You’ve settled your kids, relatives, friends, and significant others into the semester – now it’s time to learn something for yourself. Lynda’s self-paced, online courses can help you learn a fun new creative skill or make you more competitive on the job market. Take a look at the top ten courses here in Baton Rouge, and see what you could learn!
- Programming Foundations: Fundamentals
- Time Management Tips Weekly
- Angular 2 Essential Training
- Tableau 10 Essential Training
- Time Management Fundamentals
- Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Essential Training
- Illustrator CC 2018 Essential Training
- Python 3 Essential Training
- CompTIA A+ (220-901) Cert Prep: 5 Networking
- Teacher Tech Tips Weekly
These and many, many more are free with your library card! You can access Lynda wherever you use the internet.
Job fairs can be a great place to make connections with employers. . .but only if you know how to do it well. If you’d like to improve your job-fair know-how, please join us for a free seminar Monday, January 29th, from 10AM – 2PM. Career Center staff will discuss what to expect at job fairs, how to prepare, how to make a good first impression, and how to avoid common mistakes.
You can register online, or by calling the Career Center at 225-231-3733.
This seminar is a great chance to prepare for the upcoming Job Fair on February 1st at BRCC, from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, hosted by EmployBR and Capital Area Re-Entry Coalition. Attending the Career Center’s seminar will make you a VIP for the fair!
Okay, you went to the Online Job Search seminar, so you learned how to find a great new job! And then you went to the Resume Seminar, so your shiny new resume was ready to send to all the awesome jobs you found. Maybe you’ve gotten an offer already, and maybe you haven’t – but you surely will soon, and what better way to prepare than making sure you’re ready for your background check? Come to the Main Library on Wednesday, January 24th, from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM, to get some tips from an expert on presenting your past in the best possible light. Call the Career Center at (225) 763-2250, or visit the event website, to register.
Practice The Artist’s Way with other artists and creatives who want to set fire to their spark with the Career Center’s 13-week program! Sessions are every Tuesday (except Mardi Gras) from January 23rd-April 24th, 2018, from 6-8 PM, at the Main Library on Goodwood. You can register for this excellent program by calling the Career Center at (225) 231-3733 or visiting the event website.