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CareerCampMini Speaker: Jennifer Oliver O’Connell

Jennifer Oliver O’Connell is scheduled to be a speaker at CareerCampMini on May 9, 2012.

Session Description

What Does Social Media Have to Do with My Career?

This topic highlights why Social Media is an essential component in building a career or seeking work. Jennifer will talk about the most popular and the most effective sites, and show how Social Media can–and should–be used to control of all aspects of your career.

Bio

Jennifer Oliver O’Connell is a Writer, Reinvention Coach, and Yoga instructor. She blogs at As The Girl Turns, is the Los Angeles Faith & Community Examiner for Examiner.com, and is the YL Columnist forWorld Radio Online.

Jennifer founded Tuesdays with Transitioners, a support group for those who have been laid-off, downsized, or are looking to make a career transition. Because of her work with job seekers, Jennifer was asked to be a part of a Jobs Club panel in Washington, D.C., hosted by the United States Secretary of Labor’s Office of Faith-based initiatives and Neighborhood partnerships.

Jennifer is also the co-founder and co-chair of CareerCamp International, a conference/unconference that helps participants build the careers they deserve. Jennifer speaks at other job clubs and career venues on such topics as: “10 Things to Do While You’re Looking”, “Rethink. Refocus. Reinvent”, “How to Build an Enduring Career Reputation”, and “Career Branding and YOU.”

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