Connecting Youth to Jobs in The Fastest Time Possible: Two Sessions for $49
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About the Event
Join Edward DeJesus and Larry Robbin - The Real OGs (Opportunity Guides) in workforce development as we share strategies to connect youth to jobs in the fastest tme possible. TWO GREAT SESSION AT ONE LOW PRICE
Thursday June 17, 2021
Session One: Larry Robbin: The Secrets to Turning Virtual Interviews into Job Offers for Youth! 1:00 - 2:15 EST
If you are teaching youth how to interview the same way you did before interviews went virtual you are seriously out of date and keeping youth from getting job offers! Virtual interviews not only changed interviews to being online, they also changed how employers make the hiring decision. This innovative training is based on the real feedback from employers about what they don’t like about how youth give virtual interviews. This candid inside view of what goes through an employer’s mind in a virtual interview will open your eyes to why more of your youth are not getting hired. Learn what employers think about video backgrounds, youth body language, how youth talk to the screen, what youth wear and what youth say that influences their hiring decisions. If you want to learn the secrets to turning virtual interviews into job offers for your youth, register now and don’t miss this webinar!
Session Two: Edward DeJesus: Social Capital for Student Success 2:30 - 3:45
You are working hard to help others find a job or you are trying to find one yourself. You are frustrated by the number of applications that you had to submit and the no callbacks that you had to endure. You spend your time and your energy using the best job hunt strategies and you attend networking events like the best of them, but are you doing everything you can for your own professional and personal growth? In this two-hour course, participants will learn basics of social captial literacy and how it differs greatly from networking. You can’t find the opportunities that you didn’t know exist! In this training, you can significantly increase the chances of gainful employment and success for yourself as well as those you serve.
Larry Robbin, Executive Director of Robbin and Associates, has over fifty years of national youth employment program development, training and consulting experience. He is widely regarded as a national expert in the youth workforce development field. Larry has trained over 100,000 people, presented at more than 500 conferences and done over 300 webinars. He has presented more workshops for the National Youth Employment Coalition and the highly regarded California Youth Employment Conference than any other trainer. His services are used by the Department of Labor, nonprofits, America’s Job Centers, schools, government agencies, training programs and many other entities. For more information and to get his Youth Employment Resource List go to http://www.LarryRobbin.com.
Edward DeJesus, President of DeJesus Solutions, LLC., the Founders of Social Capital Builders, is a leading authority on social networks and positive youth development. For more than 30 years, he has mixed his love for policy and practice by advocating for increased economic opportunities for youth through culturally responsive training and social capital development. Ed directly addresses the role that race and bias plays in limiting the future economic opportunities of youth and young adults. He argues that every community has the seeds to set up the structures to help youth address these barriers, And, through his research, training, and consultation, he helps organizations learn how to make these seeds grow.
DeJesus is a W.K. Kellogg Foundation National Fellow. He holds an M.S. degree in management and urban policy analysis from the New School for Social Research and a B.S. from Fordham University in the Bronx. A fellow of the Center for Strategic Urban Community Leadership at Rutgers University, he is the author of Making Connections Work and the best-selling youth book, MAKiN’ iT. His work has been featured on NPR, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, and The Miami Herald. For more information on Edward, visit www.ededucates.com/
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