If you're interested in employment opportunities in transportation, management, telecommunications, real estate, engineering,and more, don't forget to place the Career Connection Job Fair on your list of "things to do this week " so you won't miss this incredible event.
Thursday, 10am - 5pm, the Career Connection Job Fair opens the window of opportunity that may give you a chance to get some facetime, with HR reps from Houston companies that need hard working dependable employees.
This free event for job seekers is going down at the GRB Convention Center.
How To Get The Job You Want
The Houston Area Urban League is known for helping Houstonians get the jobs they want. They provide tips on how to begin a successful job search, but the training and preparation won't stop there.
You'll learn about employment assessments, effective resume development, presentation skills "Dress for Success" alongwith other job winning topics covered in information-packed sessions at various locations around the city.
You can get the 411 about the classes at haul.org, or call 713-393-8725 5320.
Workshops To Help You Grow Your Own @Urban Harvest
Your taste buds could stop reminiscing about how much tastier food once was, if you start growing some of your own food. There is no better place to grow something to eat than right in your own backyard.
A container garden, a couple of fruit or nut trees, or maybe just a few herbs anything edible that you can share with friends, family and others in the community.
If need a few pointers on getting started, contact the good folks over at Urban Harvest about their monthly classes where you can learn garden design, irrigation, soil fertility and more.
That way, you'll enjoy the fruits of your labor from your fertile, productive garden instead of morphing into a frustrated gardening critic.
Who knows, you may even prefer to volunteer at Urban Harvest and help out with the many gardening ventures or consider becoming a certified Organic Vegetable Specialists as your next career move.
Either way, there is more about these classes on their webspace, urabanharvest.org