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September STC-UHD Networking Luncheon 09/23/2012

Posted by Yvonne Wade Sanchez in 2012 issues.
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The STC/UHD networking lunch welcomes Stephanie, who will cover how technical communicators can work successfully with recruiters, including:

* What a recruiter is looking for when they meet you
* Big mistakes tech writers sometimes make when they work with recruiters
* How to avoid getting stuck in the wrong job

Please join us.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 11:30 a.m.

Room S-1070, 10th Floor
University of Houston-Downtown
One Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002

Stephanie Hood is a senior recruiter with Clearpoint Creative (http://clearpointco.com/creative/joblistings.aspx)

Stephanie received a B.S. in Public Relations from The University of Texas and has been involved in recruiting/staffing for 7 years, now exclusively focused on Marketing and Creative professionals.

Her mission is to match the right talent with job opportunities in marketing, communications, graphic & web design, web development, technical writing, copywriting, marketing research, advertising and public relations for temporary, temp-to-permanent, or permanent positions.

Stephanie loves coaching candidates on improving their resumes, interview skills and personal brand, and she is passionate about aligning candidates’ skills with the right company environment and responsibilities, seeking to never “put a square peg in a round hole.”

PLEASE NOTE: Road construction is ongoing in the UHD neighborhood. Finding a parking space may be difficult. Consider taking the train to UHD. It may save you stress.

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