Good morning –
Here is information on an Employment Roundtable coming up on April 3 at the Downtown Library – it’s a panel discussion featuring employers from a variety of industries, talking about their companies, opportunities, and hiring processes. This is a very timely panel discussion, and perhaps you or someone you know will find it to be of use. Please read below, and feel free to pass along to others. Note that advance registration is recommended.
EMPLOYMENT ROUNDTABLE – Phase2 Careers
Tuesday, April 3
10 am – noon
Downtown Library Community Room
1044 Middlefield Road
This event is FREE to the public
Meet local employers at the Employment Roundtable, featuring half-a-dozen Bay Area wide employers serving on a panel. The employers will represent a wide variety of industries and will discuss their company, corporate culture, current/future career openings, and hiring processes. Panelists will come from such industries as: biotech, consulting, executive search, financial services/insurance, government, green sector, health care, high tech, nonprofit, small business, staffing services and more.
Due to the popularity of the Employment Roundtable event, pre-registration is recommended. To pre-register and to learn more about the employers, visit: www.phase2careers.org/employmentroundtable.html
About Phase2Careers: The mission of Phase2Careers is to assist the “Over 40” Worker in the Bay Area with finding new career opportunities through job search/career development workshops, networking/recruitment events, and special career presentations.
This program is co-sponsored by Friends of the Redwood City Public Library, a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to furthering the excellence of the Redwood City Public Library. The Friends raise funds solely to benefit Redwood City’s four libraries, and make significant gifts to expand Library collections, programs, and services. Visit the Friends of the Redwood City Public Library at www.redwoodcity.org/library/friends_of_the_library.html.
The award winning Redwood City Public Library connects the community and inspires a love of reading and learning through innovative, visionary programming and services such as literacy programs, access to technology, and safe, inviting spaces for youth and families. It’s all online at www.redwoodcity.org/library.