RE: [jobhunters-190] Thank you for making Milwaukee JobCamp a success!

From: Todd N.
Sent on: Saturday, March 28, 2009 10:52 AM

That individual was Jeff Percival of Percival Enterprises, one of our sponsors.  You can contact Jeff directly at: [address removed].

 

Todd

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Mary Yanisch
Sent: Saturday, March 28,[masked]:51 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [jobhunters-190] Thank you for making Milwaukee JobCamp a success!

 

Thank you and all involved for this jobcamp.  Across from the registration table there was a man with a hat that was giving out slips for a free online assessment.  It must have fallen when I dropped my portfolio.  If possible could I get a copy of the code so that I can check it out?  Thanks!

--- On Fri, 3/27/09, Todd <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Todd <[address removed]>
Subject: [jobhunters-190] Thank you for making Milwaukee JobCamp a success!
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, March 27, 2009, 2:43 PM

With over 500 participants who walked through our doors and received expert help on resumes, interviewing, and job search technologies and best practices, with four local television news crews, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Associate Press in attendance, we could not have been more pleased about how the first Milwaukee JobCamp turned out!

 

On behalf of the large team of volunteers and organizers from the Wisconsin Professional Recruiters Resource, Bucketworks, and elsewhere, thank you to all of our sponsors, speakers, and participants!

 

We wish to thank our sponsors for their fiscal support, which allowed us to make it all possible, including: Annex Wealth Management, Aquent, ASH Consulting, Bucketworks, Elite Human Capital, ITT Technical Institute, Jobing.com, Manpower, Milwaukee Career Network, % PercEnt, Pinstripe, SPR Companies, The 29 Group, and the University of Wisconsin School of Continuing Education.  Please take some time to visit their web sites to learn more about what these great organizations do!

 

So many wonderful, talented speakers came to the event to share their experience and insights about the job market and careers.  Our sincere thanks for making JobCamp a rich, interesting experience.

 

Finally, we?re paying close attention to your comments and suggestions about the space, format, registration, agenda?any thoughts you have about how the event worked (or didn?t!).  So please tell us your thoughts.  Over the next week or two, we?ll be making a decision and announcement about the next Milwaukee JobCamp, because, yes, there will be a JobCamp II in the near future!

 

Todd Nilson

MilwaukeeJobCamp

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