Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wanted: Tutors for Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County

By Barbara Perone If you already have a background in teaching a foreign language and want to become a Tutor for non-English speaking adults, then perhaps you may want to volunteer with the Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County. LVSC is … Continue reading

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Answering Multi-Segment Interview Questions

By Suzy Kedzierski Have you ever had an Interviewer ask you three distinct questions – simultaneously? During a recent interview, I was asked: “Can you tell me why you applied for this job, what appeals to you most about working … Continue reading

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One Woman’s Experience with the DOJ Virus

By a Judee Szaro-Treanor Was the Department of Justice (DOJ) really watching every move I made on my computer? Recently, that was my initial reaction, and it seemed like a reasonable question to ask myself, with all the recent headlines … Continue reading

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PSGCNJ Need Blog Writers for Multi Author Blog (MAB)

By Barbara Perone If you would like to try your hand at being a Scribe you have a perfect opportunity to practice — by writing blog articles for our PSGCNJ newsletter, actually a Multi-Author Blog (MAB). At the moment, we … Continue reading

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Getting a Recruiter to Notice You

By Suzy Kedzierski Have you ever wondered how to capture a Recruiter’s attention and make him or her reach out to you instead of one of the hundreds of other applicants whose résumés cross his or her desk? If so, … Continue reading

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Fun in the Hot, Hot Sun at PSGCNJ Picnic

By Michael Verdi About 50 members of PSGCNJ braved the oppressive heat and humidity Monday, July 15th, for an afternoon, of food, fun, games and, of course networking, at our summer picnic … did I mention it was hot? “We … Continue reading

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RVCC’s Encore Plus 50 Encore Upcoming Workshops

The goal of the program is to help students over age 50 earn certificates or degrees in the high-demand fields of health care, education, and social services, enabling them to increase their employment competitiveness while improving their communities. 1. A … Continue reading

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