Navigating Thru Change Meets Tuesday At First Baptist

Monday, January 13, 2014

Navigating Thru Change is a jobs and career support group that is sponsored by First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe. This Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. the group will be reviewing tough interview questions to master,  three tips in dealing with Applicant Tracking Systems, and dealing with Rejection. This group is led by Human Resource professionals and time is spent reviewing resumes, working on interviewing skills till placement. This support group is offered free of charge. 

First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe is located at 2645 Lafayette Road. You can contact the church office at 706/866-0232 for more information.  If you are looking for a job or wanting to advance your career this is what this support group does.


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