Member’s Networking Brighton September 15th

Looking for professional and fulfilling, flexible or part-time work? Ten2Two Sussex hold a regular programme of events throughout the year to support you as you take the next step in your career. At our Membership Networking Event we get to know you and your requirements in a one-to-one discussion with one of our team. The event is also a great opportunity to meet with other likeminded and supportive part-time professionals over coffee in a relaxed and friendly environment. Come and meet us.

Member’s Networking Horsham September 22nd 

Social Media and your Professional Profile, Ditchling October 13th

Ten2Two invite you to a free developmental workshop, held in the Learning Space at Ditchling Museum, to look at social media and how it can affect and assist your job search. Following on from our CV and Interview Technique workshop we will look at how social media can assist in building the ‘brand of you’ to enable recruiters to get your full story ahead of an interview and in return how you can use the full range of social media to research companies and interviewers.

 

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