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Murrieta Public Library program seeks to aid students searching for available jobs


Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Issue 07, Volume 18.
Alex Groves
Staff Writer


Students looking to maximize their ability to get hired in the local area can attend an instructional program at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at the Murrieta Public Library.

The program, "Want That Job," will provide tricks and tips to students on how they can boost their confidence and marketability to potential employers, according to library officials.

The program will be led by Career Expert Patricia Dorch, who is known for her book, "Job Search: Teen Interview Tips and Strategies to Get Hired".

Library officials say they're excited about the opportunity to help area adolescents to find jobs.

"It’s an opportunity to get an Advertisement
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edge…to gain interviewing skills and insights to improve one’s chances of getting that job," said Teen Services Librarian Joyce Lea Brown in an official release. "Ms. Dorch was a speaker at a teen conference in 2011 and I was impressed with her presentation."

"She will be sharing valuable information and skills that will help you throughout your life," she said.

The event is free and open to anyone of high school age. The Murrieta Public Library is located at 8 Town Square at the intersection of Adams Avenue and Kalmia Street.

For more information on this and other programs, visit: www.murrietalibrary.info.


 

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