‘Marlborough Works!’ to host free résumé and interview workshop
Marlborough – A professional résumé and interview workshop will be held Wednesday, May 30 at Marlborough High School’s Science Lecture Hall, 431 Bolton St., from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. The workshop is sponsored by Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s office, the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, and Quinsigamond Community College
The workshop, “Marlborough Works!” is free and open to the public but is limited to the first 40 respondents. (The workshop is open to all area residents; you do not need to be a Marlborough resident.) Pre-registration is required; the deadline to register is Friday, May 18.
The workshop is geared for both the unemployed and those who are looking to change jobs.
“This résumé workshop will play an important role in allowing our residents to put their best foot forward to prospective employers,” said Vigeant. “By partnering with Quinsigamond Community College, which will lead this workshop, our city is going the extra mile to help make our residents more competitive in today’s job market.”
Workshop attendees will be instructed on how to create an effective résumé and land job interviews. Career experts will delve into how job candidates can avoid making key mistakes when writing their résumés and discussing their career history with potential employers.
All participants will also be eligible for priority registration and pre-admission to the “Marlborough Works!” Job Fair, which will be held Wednesday, June 13 at the Marlborough Courtyard Marriott. More details will be released by Vigeant’s office in the next few weeks.
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