Savvy Geek Chix event: Weathering the Economic Storm
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If you're out in the Palo Alto area (or want an excuse to go there), you might want to check out the Anita Borg Institute's inaugural Savvy Geek Chix event, Weathering the Economic Storm, on March 24, 2009. The event is only $25 and you can register online in advance.
The event includes a resume clinic to help you polish your resume and a "Strategies for Survival in the Current Economy" panel, which will focus on:
- Strategies for retaining your job
- How to effectively utilize your network to find a job
- Key steps to take before a potential layoff
- What to do immediately after a layoff
- Learn the things not to do when you’re laid off
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