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Orange County One-Stop Center - Garden Grove
For those who might need additional help with their resume and/or cover letter writing, this lab is for you! Please bring copies of your resume and a flash drive with a virtual copy of your resume. *During COVID this workshop will function via email. Instructions will be sent.
This workshop is about using the power behind your strengths to stand out in a
crowded job market. This workshop will also help participant recall times when using their strengths and identify how they can use these experiences to create value in new career opportunities.
Use the ACT WorkKeys courses to keep up with or increase your current reading and math skills with their Applied Math and Graphic Literacy modules earning a certificate employers recognize. WorkKeys offers other courses such as: Workplace Development, Business Writing, and others to receive certifications of course completion or accomplishment.
The OC One-Stop Orientation will provide you with information about the programs, educational opportunities, tools, and resources available to help you in your job search. You will also learn about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and the services available at the One Stop Center through community resources and partners.
Explore different networking techniques and how to tap into the hidden job market.
Learn how to initiate and build contacts, start a networking conversation, and create a self-marketing plan.
Registration Required/Registracion requerida call/llamar: 714-765-5075
Movie tie-in to APL's NEA Big Read 2021. Featuring Selma Hayek and Edward James Olmos. Inspired by the true story of the Mirabel sisters' plot to overthrow the brutal dictator of the Dominican Republic.
Explore freedom of expression and secrecy through this unusual and creative art form.
Angelina Veyna, former Professor of history at Santa Ana College, will discuss the varied story of Mexicans in Anaheim at its early stages. By focusing on the experiences of one family, this presentation will highlight future areas of study such as immigration, organizations, work experiences, neighborhoods, and social life.
Call 714-765-1880 72 hours in advance if ADA accommodations are needed.