Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Continues to Help Job Seekers

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October 10, 2012

From: Parsippany Area Chamber Of Commerce
"How to End the Job Search Pain and Get Your Life Back?"

Parsippany, NJ
-- The Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce's Employment Outreach Program continues to assist the public in employment and workforce development by providing professional services at no charge. On Tuesday, October 16 an inspiring program for people in career transition and business owners called, How to End the Job Search Pain and Get Your Life Back? will be held from 10AM11:30AM. The workshop will assist job seekers who are interested in organizing and accelerating their career search, learning how to apply the best practices for marketing themselves and gaining the necessary confidence required for a successful search. This interactive workshop is presented to a live audience at Centenary College on 300 Littleton Road in Parsippany. Advance registration is required at or and space is limited to 50 registrations.

Neil Cooper, career transition coach, will facilitate this event for the Parsippany Area Chamber community. Neil developed key elements for job seekers to achieve a high level of engagement, visibility, and organization that involves a common sense marketing plan for their job search. This live 75-minute presentation covers specific ways to think about your career transition to create a steady stream of confidence, motivation, and sustained momentum. This session will also review marketing strategies and activities to achieve exceptional results along with a live demonstration.

"The quality of your career is in direct proportion to the choices you make now. When you opt to carefully plan and then make a conscious choice to act on your plan you will find your dream job, "stated Cooper, Chair of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce's Employment Outreach Committee and a certified leadership coach. Neil is an expert in working with people who are struggling to find an outstanding career through a simple, solid, and easy to use model for those in transition. Neil graduated from the International School for Professional Excellence in Coaching after a career in the men's fashion business.

The Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce has been extremely successful in helping the area's workforce since 2008 which helped over 2500 job seekers and 75 area employers through the Employment Outreach Program. "Employees are one of our most valuable assets in every organization. We recognize this fundamental concept and promote the Parsippany Area's talented workforce though the Chamber's Employment Outreach Program. Educated and skilled employees drive the economic success of our community in addition to retaining, expanding, and attracting businesses to create opportunities in the Parsippany Area. We encourage you to join the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce because with your support, we will continue to create success stories!" stated Chamber President Robert J. Peluso.