Program August 29: SURVIVAL! Before, during, and after Unemployment



Launch Pad Job Club Announcement Frog

For most of us, losing a job is so catastrophic, we often lose the ability to think strategically about what happened.

 Could the layoff have been prevented? Could I have been better prepared? How can I make optimum use of my current situation? How will this layoff affect the rest of my career?

 At this Friday’s meeting, we’ll give you ten tips plus a few more to help you answer those questions and put your current situation in a much more useful framework.

 Stay afterward for the Launch Pad Job Club Toastmasters Group, meeting from noon-1:00 pm.

 Recruiter Alert: We generally have Shawn Fredrick from in attendance at our meetings. This Friday, there’s a strong possibility we’ll also have David Munoz in attendance representing  Check out the job postings on those company websites. If you’re qualified, bring your targeted resume to the meeting.

 Location: The meeting will take place at 10:00 a.m. at the Capital City Events Center, 6700 Middle Fiskville Road, suite 403, on the corner of MF and Huntland. The Events Center faces Huntland and is located next to the movie theatre.

First-timers: People attending Launch Pad for the first time should arrive by 9:15 a.m. to be able to sign in, grab some refreshments, and be ready for New Member Orientation that takes place from 9:30-10:00 a.m.
By the way, attending a Job Club meeting does count as a bona fide job search contact by the Texas Workforce Commission because we announce so many job openings during our meetings.
NOTE: The folks from INDEED.COM will be at the meeting this Friday. Come at 9:30 and meet with them to check out the latest changes on the website.
Future Speakers:
Sept 5:  Craig Foster - Consequences
Sept 12: Bob Futtrell - 
TBA: Gaius Cameron of Randstad Staffing returns with SPEED INTERVIEWING
TBA: Angela Loeb
Date to be announced: Terry O’DonnellHow I Landed My Dream Job

Launch Pad Job Club is a networking, support, and job lead sharing organization that aids and supports jobseekers in their search for The Perfect Job.  A federally recognized nonprofit organization, LPJC presents free weekly meetings that provide job search information, motivation, programs, speakers, networking opportunities, door prizes, bananas, and grins. Looking for a job is way too scary to do by yourself.  By joining LPJC, you will benefit from the combined resources of other interesting, intelligent, supportive, talented, and good looking professionals as everyone helps each other survive the challenges of the job hunt. In order to join, attend just one meeting and add your contact information to our membership directory.