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Work for Washington State– how to apply effectively –WorkSource virtual workshop – Statewide
May 16, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Contact Name: Aletha McGee
Contact Email: Aletha.McGee@esd.wa.gov
Workshop Language Option: English
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.
Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability.
Waitlists are automated. If a registrant cancels their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited to register. (If you are waitlisted and receive the automated message that you are invited to register, you don’t need to take any further action. The facilitators will send you the class information.) All automated system waitlist invitations will be sent by 8am the day prior to the workshop. If you do not receive a notification by that time, you should not expect to attend that workshop and should register for a future offering.
In some cases, messages from the facilitators or Trumba may be directed by your email provider to your junk/spam folder. Please check the folder for system and facilitator messages or invites.
When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account.
Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.
If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact the facilitators listed as contacts in this event. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact the facilitators for language assistance.
Would you consider service to the people of the State of Washington? Advantages and benefits of working for various state agencies will be discussed. An important part of any job search is to understand the employer’s point of view. In this workshop you'll learn how agencies use different application process steps and how to be better prepared to meet their expectations. The workshop explores how to organize and communicate your professional strengths in a way that stands out from the crowd. You'll leave the workshop understanding a master application and its usefulness. Specific tips for applying to specific state agencies will be provided.