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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Help is Here Program Offers Guaranteed Interviews!

Orange County, FL - For this month only, CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is offering eligible Orange County residents guaranteed interviews with participating hiring companies through the Help is Here program

Orange County residents must apply and be enrolled in the Help is Here program no later than Dec. 31, 2020 for the guaranteed interview offer.

Through the Help is Here program, Orange County residents can receive complimentary customized support from a CSCF Career Consultant throughout their job search activities plus online job preparation training, which cover beneficial topics for those looking to refresh their interview skills and learn the best ways to highlight their value to a potential employer.

Participating companies currently include those in healthcare, transportation or telecommunications with immediate open positions and wages ranging from $11.50-$16/hour. Companies and positions may vary during the limited-time 30-day guaranteed interview offer.

Residents must apply for the Help is Here program no later than Dec. 31, 2020.

For more information on how to apply, visit https://www.careersourcecentralflorida.com

#CSCF #hiringnews #jobsearch #interviews #customerservice #warehouse #healthcare #Florida

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
Contributor
3 months ago

Job Interviews are Business Meetings, not Auditions.

Both sides have a need. Companies need a solid employee and employees are looking for a meaningful opportunity.

Hiring is tough for companies, even though they seldom talk about it. Recognize your value and bring your best professional self to determine if a role is right for YOU.

#jobinterviews #interviews #jobsearch #confidence

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Michael Frash
Community Specialist
4 months ago

Here is ONE skill that should be on your resume...

Employers and interviewers are looking for problem solvers, or people with a problem-solving mindset.

What does this mean to a boss? They want someone that will try out reasonable solutions to issues on their own rather than always depending on colleagues or managers.

Discover EIGHT MORE skills you can include in your #resume and bring up in #interviews!

Also see more tips to get hired, and comment with the skills you include on your resume!!!

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Michael Frash
Community Specialist
4 months ago

The #1 way I prepare for interviews

The way I prepare fore interviews is to develop a "story bank." These examples should be in your resume, and in the interview be prepared to elaborate...

Interviews will often have "tell me about a time when ___ " type questions. Write out beforehand a few scenarios that could potentially fit those types of questions. And if you don't have an experience that fits their question, it's totally acceptable to say something like, "While I don't have an example of an experience like that, if I did, I would do [x,y,x]."

So when one of these questions comes out, just pull out a story from the bank - it's even possible to tell a story from the bank if it's not related to the question being asked.

How do you prep for #interviews? #JobSearch #NextJob

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Kim LaGow
over 6 months ago

Feel like the falcons in 4th quarter

I applied for a position and was called by the recruiter of the company. I thought we really hit it off and she told me that out of 150 applicants I had been rated by the hiring team as having the best resume and most industry experience. I had mentioned that I had bern considering chsnging to a different industry. She then said, "no, we're not going to let you do that", She then scheduled a phone interview with the hiring manager for top 5 applicants and she would choose for 3 to come in and interview with 4 different people. I had the phone interview and was called back for the face to face interview. I got to choose when I wanted to come in of the available times because I was "still # 1. I chose the fitst appt. I thought I had great interviews. They all went over the allotted times. I sent a thsnk you note to all. I didn't get the job. I asked for feedback so that I could hopefully improve. The recruiter said she hadn't gotten feedback but that she would and get back to me. She never has. I feel kind of mistreated. Like I was ahead through the 3rd quarter and then git blindsided. Any advice or opinions?

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Michael Sacks
over 6 months ago

I've been looking

For a job for about a year now!? Why won't anybody hire me? I've been on interviews but, mostly all I get are scam/spam emails from these people saying they will give me millions of dollars if I help them??

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Cecile Bower
over 6 months ago

Now what???

I have a job interview this coming week which is awesome, but I am a single parent and the job’s hours are NOT flexible at all. I know I shouldn’t have even applied, but it’s a GREAT job and part of me didn’t think they would even be interested in me. Now what do I do?

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Ed Newport
over 6 months ago

#One fell through another one appeared

Hi community, Just checking in I was crushed I had a sweet lil job lined up went through the telephone interview, first and second in person interview, the third interview where I got cut from the running, but got home today and had a message, another company is interested. So lets start this all over again. Wish me luck and remember don't give up there is something out there for all! God Bless and best wishes all.

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Natasha Green
over 6 months ago

Interviewing

What is your best advice for interviewing?

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