A Workshop for Job Seekers and Business Owners
Social Media Effectiveness, A Workshop for Job Seekers and Business Owners will be held on Tuesday, March 5, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This free workforce development seminar is provided by the self-funded and volunteer based Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Employment Outreach Program. This interactive workshop is presented to a live audience at Centenary College on 300 Littleton Road, Parsippany. Entry to the event is free of charge, however advance registration is required and space is limited to 50 attendees. For event details and registration, please visit ParsippanyChamber.org.
At the Chamber’s last workforce development event in January attendees learned valuable lessons about creating a personal brand. This month’s seminar will answer questions, such as: which social media venues to use, how to be effective using them, time-wasters and enhancers, and facing fears and overcoming obstacles.
Introduced by Employment Outreach Committee Chair and Career Transition Coach, Neil Cooper. The workshop will be presented by Dolores Stammer who is the Regional Director of the NJSBDC of Northwest Jersey. Dolores specializes in advising under $30 million in development, growth & consolidation issues, and design & implementation for a target market. Dolores has experience teaching both undergraduate and graduate level courses in a variety of business disciplines: marketing, management, economics, quantitative analysis, and technology.
“Employees are one of our most valuable assets in every organization. We recognize this fundamental concept and promote Parsippany’s talented workforce though the Chamber’s Employment Outreach Program. Educated and skilled employees drive the economic success of our community in addition to retaining, expanding, and attracting businesses to create opportunities in the Parsippany Area. We encourage you to join the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce because with your support, we will continue to create success stories!” stated Chamber President Robert J. Peluso.