Conducting a Job Search in the Twin Cities

Welcome to the Twin Cities! Are you getting settled and starting to learn your way around?

Now that you're here, the reality of finding employment probably feels more pressing. To facilitate your job search process, RAP is sponsoring "Conducting a Job Search in the Twin Cities."

This workshop will focus on helping spouses and partners of new U of M faculty and staff learn how to identify potential places of employment, conduct informational interviews, and make contacts through networking. Workshop participants will also have the opportunity to socialize with other new TC residents and job seekers and to learn more about metro area events and attractions.

We hope your schedule will allow you to attend the workshop. Past participants have found it both fun and helpful. For additional details, see below.

Conducting a Job Search in the Twin Cities

A Workshop for the Spouses and Partners of Recently Relocated New Faculty and Staff

Sponsored by: University of Minnesota, Relocation Assistance Program (RAP)

Thursday, September 27, 2007
9 - 11:30 a.m.

215 Donhowe Building 
319 15th Ave. S.E.
Minneapolis

Please RSVP by September 21 to:

Employee Benefits 
612-626-0774
raprequests@hr-mail.ohr.umn.edu

For additional information contact:

Mary Everley, Ph.D.
Director, Relocation Assistance Program
612-626-0775
800-227-8636
612-625-2574 (fax)
rapland@umn.edu