*We are actively connecting you to job opportunities. If you don't have a resume on file with us, please create one ASAP and e-mail it to email@example.com. Many of our employers require this and we want to ensure you have the best opportunity.
*If you're in need of a job right now, check out our Jobs Now page to see what's available. Push the Limits
Answer Work Phone Calls Properly
In a world of email and texting, you'd be surprised how important phone calls are to business. For example, should you let the work phone ring more than three times? No. Should you be warm and enthusiastic when answering the work phone? Yes. If you want to ensure you're fully prepared for your new job, make sure to use these tips to improve your phone answering skills.
Opportunities to Grab
May 23 - Ongoing
Kentucky Workforce Scholarship Application
Jumpstart Your Job Search
Jewish Family & Career Services, 2821 Klempner Way
Need support finding a job? These sessions will help you develop a job search plan, boost your resume, and master interviewing skills. For more information and to register, visit here.
June 12, June 19, July 10, and July 24 (Mondays), 9:00a - 3:00p
TALK Cyber Camps
Neighborhood House, 201 N. 25th St.
Louisville Central Community Center, 1300 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
Interested in learning more about technology? Pick 1 of the 4 week-long sessions taught by high school teachers and college educators. You will explore robotics, programming, and electricity. Interested? Contact Deborah Grant at 502-583-8823 or Julie Anderson at 502-774-2322.
June 17 (Saturday), 10:00a - 2:00pm
Main Library Auditorium, 301 York Street, South Building
Do you want to start a business or non-profit? Questions about patents or marketing? Interested in an MBA? Representatives from local organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions that support entrepreneurship will be on hand to answer questions, exchange ideas, and offer support. Interested? Contact Business Reference Librarian Seth Cohen at 502-574-1627 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wow Your Boss
It's My First Day. When Do I Show Up to Work?
Planning to get to your job a few minutes early for your first day of work? No. You can do better. Instead, arrive extra early for your first day of work. By showing up extra early, you'll have additional time if needed in case you forgot something at home or if traffic is bad. Second, showing up extra early gives a great first impression to your supervisor. Finally, showing up extra early allows for you to calm your nerves before you begin your first day.
Enthusiasm Welcome (Volunteer!)
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
Are you looking for a potential volunteer opportunity? The Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana has numerous opportunities to become involved at their Newburg, Parkland, and Shawnee locations. Interested volunteers should visit here and contact Tina Hood at email@example.com.
Resources to Know
Dress For Success
Are you a young woman looking for professional attire? Last week we mentioned the Unique Thrift Store with their incredible clothing deals, but this week we want to highlight Dress For Success and their mission to empower young women. Client services include suiting, employment retention, job training, and a career center. Interested? Contact Dress For Success at 502-584-8050 or visit their office at 309 Guthrie Street.