Welcome to the "PSG" Website
Who, Why and When for: PSG of Burlington County
WHO - The Professional Service Group of Burlington County, NJ
The mission of this “Professional Service Group” is simple: by pooling the talents of its members, the PSG of Burlington County will offer opportunities to grow professionally in order to be more competitive in today's ever-changing job market.
We will achieve this by providing the following benefits of membership:
- Active Networking: An active network for creating, maintaining and expanding professional relationships
- Proven Resources: An efficient single-source for exceptional resources, workshops and events
- Dynamic Support: An interactive support environment of like-minded professionals
WHY - Join Professional Service Group
How to Find a Job by Building Relationships (this is Networking)
Finding a job in today’s economy is tough, but there are opportunities if you know where to look. The best way to find these opportunities is not through online job boards, the classifieds, or employment agencies — it’s by talking to people around you. Your network of friends, relatives, colleagues, and acquaintances is a valuable job search resource. Networking may sound intimidating, but it can be rewarding and fun, even if you’re shy or feel like you don’t know many people.
WHEN - Meetings and Activities
Just a reminder that the PSG of Burlington County will be having its first "new" meeting this Wednesday (5/22/2013) night at the Mt. Laurel Wegman's at 7pm (come a little earlier if you want to grab a bite to eat) upstairs in the eating area. The style of this "new" meeting is informal, consisting of networking among new and seasoned members as well as roundtable discussions of the latest issues facing the unemployed, the underemployed, and those in career transition. Anyone is welcome, so please spread the word!
CTP workshops schedule on CTP Site
ATTENTION ALL JOB SEEKERS
COME TO THE CTP WORKSHOPS 6:30PM INFORMAL NETWORKING
7:00PM WORKSHOP BEGINS
The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) has developed a curriculum of FREE bi-weekly training programs and a mentoring service*
to assist job seekers in their transition. Join us at St. Isaac Jogues Parish Hall, Marlton NJ and Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill
• Click here to view workshops in Marlton
• Click here to view workshops in Cherry Hill
Our workshop topics are subject to change. For a complete workshop schedule for the remainder of the year, go to www.ctpnj.org. Our website presents additional information to aid you in your employment transition.
Bordentown City - 17th Annual Franklin Carr Iris Festival & Artwalk SATURDAY MAY 11, 2013 10:00AM – 7:00PM
Bordentown City - 36th Annual Bordentown Street Fair SATURDAY-SUNDAY MAY 18-19 9:00AM – 4:00PM