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News from PARWCC

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
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Big news this week as Spotlight on You secured industry titan Wendy Enelow as Jay's guest for the next webinar chat held August 19th. Wendy was instrumental in the formative years of PARWCC and a strong leader in many industry initiatives during her career. She and Jay will discuss the science behind resume writing and delve into the history of the resume in North America.

You can reserve your spot for this session here.

Coming up next Thursday is the Rising Professionals session moderated by Stephanie Renk and Vera Savany. These sessions are designed to dig into topics of interest to those newer to the industry and welcome that who are experienced to share their expertise. Their topic this week will be Personal/Professional Branding.

You can reserve your spot for this session here.

Promoting Racial Justice as a Career Services Professional

The protests across United States are highlighting the work that still needs to be done in the country to achieve racial justice. Career service professionals can influence and create positive change because of our unique role that intersects preparing job seekers and at times collaborating with organizations, hiring managers, and recruiters. If career service professionals like myself aim to help clients and students in the most effective manner possible, it is on our shoulders to understand the past and the present—and racism’s role in both—so we can serve everyone equally well.

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8 Strategies to Boost YOUR Brand on Social Media

3.8 billion people across the world are using social media. That amount reflects a 9% growth from the previous year. With so many people utilizing social media platforms, your brand’s presence matters.
Building your career service company’s presence on social media can provide many benefits. Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn can help increase your exposure and engagement. Additionally, it provides a way for you to grow your brand and connect with your target market for free (yes, for free!).
Managing multiple social media platforms while running your business can appear to be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be!
Consider using these eight social media branding strategies to help you build a strong presence for your career services brand.

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LinkedIN Webinar

Learn from Your Colleagues: How they have mastered LinkedIn and how LinkedIn works for them in their business?  PARW/CC has put together a panel of three who are highly successful at utilizing LinkedIn for their business and their clients.   The moderator Robin Reshwan has more than 15K followers on LinkedIn, her team and her brands have been awarded “Best of” by LinkedIn for social engagement, coaching and recruiting services. Robin is one of a handful of coaches that LinkedIn engages to run their pilot programs. She will be joined by Matt Warzel and Ari Weinstein to share with you how they make LinkedIn work for them.   Register for this event and take the brief survey (HERE) so that we can customize the topics.

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Things We Found Interesting This Week
Campus Recruiting Shifting to Virtual Tools presents new challenges to helping students.
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Tips to working a "remote" interview. (Hint, many are the same as in-person!)
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The sudden shift to "remote" work can yield new bonus elements for resumes. Here are some examples.
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Member Library Now Open
Download the current Membership Logo for use in your marketing, email signatures, websites and blogs. Let clients know you chose to be associated with the strong ethical standards required for PARWCC members.
Also in the library you can access recent webinar replays, Marketing Gearbox materials and archives of the Spotlight Magazine.
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