Mayoka Presents Job Search Secrets

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Councilman Mark Mayoka and the Huntington Small Business and Recovery Center Proudly Presents Job Search Secrets for Empowering your Future.

Please join us at Town Hall on February 28 at 7pm for a lively, positive and interactive workshop to learn specific actions any job seeker can take to compete more effectively in today's challenging job market. Participants will learn about valuable resources and be encouraged to ask questions, share ideas and make networking contacts.

Karen McKenna  is an enthusiastic and creative Career Management Professional with over 25 years of experience across multiple industries. She has worked for: CAEL, DBM, Estée Lauder, JPMorgan Chase Career Services, Suffolk County Community College, Tuesday's Children and Winthrop-University Hospital. In addition to working with individual clients, Karen also enjoys providing career counseling advice to wider audiences, as a writer. She writes a monthly column for Long Island Business News, which focuses on current job search and career planning issues.

Bernie Ryba, Certified, Senior Business Advisor-CPA; has over 25 years of business experience including public accounting, 15 years with Pfizer, Inc., and exposure to the brokerage and high technology industries. His responsibilities have ranged from financial and operational auditing to financial management, commercial development and strategic planning. A graduate of Stony Brook University, Bernie also has an MBA from Hofstra University, and has twice been nominated for NYS Business Advisor of the Year.

Contact Name: Allison Lewin

Contact Phone: 631-351-3317

Contact Email: alewin@huntingtonny.gov


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