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Tradeshow. Not open to public.
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! *For On-site resume review: please bring copies of your resume and a flash drive with a virtual copy of your resume.
This workshop covers the different aspects of an interview and virtual interview: what to expect, how to prepare, what questions you should be asking, and appropriate follow-up techniques after your interview.
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.
This workshop is designed to help clients determine how they can either keep up with their current skills or learn new skills in the current COVID market. This workshop will also address different barriers to learning, how we can overcome those barriers, as well as what skills are most marketable.
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.
Stories, fingerplays, and songs for kids ages 1-3 years. We request that everyone ages 3 and up wear a mask. Capacity may be limited due to covid restrictions.
This is an afternoon storytime featuring stories, puppets, music, movement and an occasional craft. This is a bilingual (English/Spanish) storytime for families with young children.
Join us as adults and teens fabricate sugar skulls from molds. The results will dry in preparation for decorating on October 28.