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FYLPRO Programming: Q1 Workshops February and March 2022
February 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Feb. 9 at 1pm ET – Attracting Bigger Opportunities How do you get recruiters to contact you for the right roles at the right level?: Register here (off platform): https://lnkd.in/
- Feb. 15 at 8pm ET -Telling Our Stories – Philippine American War: Register here https://fylpro.dm.
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- Feb. 19, at 8pm ET – Philippine Genealogy: How to trace your roots Register here https://fylpro.dm.
- March 1 at 4pm ET – Wondertools – 30 Tools in 60 Minutes – New Sites, Apps & Resources https://fylpro.dm.
- March 16 at 8pm ET – Getting the most out of Google Tools – Register here: https://fylpro.dm.
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How do you become the person who gets tapped for bigger roles, responsibilities and projects? How do you get recruiters to contact you for the right roles at the right level? How do you make your LinkedIn profile stand out so decision-makers want to connect? In this webinar, executive recruiter and coach Caroline Ceniza-Levine shares real-life examples of how an executive search unfolds, reasons why a recruiter looks at your LinkedIn profile but declines to reach out and why some people get pitched opportunities and others don’t get called. Presented by Caroline Ceniza-Levine, founder of the Dream Career Club and a career coach, writer, and media personality on job market issues. A Senior Contributor to Forbes Careers and an adjunct at Columbia University, Caroline helps experienced professionals in tech, media, financial services and other industries make a great living doing work they love. Caroline is going to give a special shoutout to the FYLPRO members on the webinar.
1.) Philippine-American War | Into the Jaws of a Dragon https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/
2.) Philippine-American War | Under the Free Flag https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/
3.) Philippine-American War | Acts of Sedition https://podcasts.apple.com/us/
4.) Philippine-American War | The Path to Independence https://podcasts.apple.com/us/
5.) Philippine-American War | The Path to Independence https://podcasts.apple.com/us/
Philippines Genealogy Guide: How to Trace Your Filipino Roots
Wondertools – 30 Tools in 60 Minutes – New Sites, Apps & Resources – March 1 at 4pm ET
Buckle up for a tour through today’s most useful digital tools, a carefully curated list of apps, sites and resources. See examples of the tools in action while learning what they do, how they’re useful and why & when to use them. Update your toolkit & take away a guide to share with colleagues and friends. This workshop is being led by Jeremy Caplan, Director of Teaching and Learning at CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. He teaches classes, workshops and now webinars on entrepreneurial and digital journalism.
Access to information is more important than ever. And Google tools provide valuable, inventive and often unexpected ways for journalists to access and process information for the betterment of their stories and the benefit of their readers. SPJ and the Google News Initiative teamed up in 2015 to provide free training to journalists around the U.S. looking to apply these tools in their news gathering, reporting and storytelling. The programs are provided by talented, personable, knowledgeable SPJ members who have been trained by the Google News Initiative. But this training will be tailored to a more mainstream non-journalist audience. Google tools are useful regardless if you are a journalist or not and it can level up your search/research skills. In this session, we’ll cover the tools and techniques that will make you feel like a spy on the internet – from finding hidden documents, piecing together information to verifying images and getting context behind them. Attendees will come away with more than just an understanding of how to sleuth the internet like a spy or investigative reporter, they will also become familiar with the overall ethos of finding information on the web. Trainer Frank Bi (@frankiebi) is an editorial engineer at SB Nation where he works on the storytelling team designing and developing interactives and longform features. He lives in New York City.