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May 4th – First Friday Networking Lunch

Friday, May 4, 2018, 11:30am-1:00pm CDT
Event format: 
In-Person / Local
Posted by Phillip Purpich
14703 Park Row Dr,
Houston, TX 77079
United States
The next STS-AIChE First Friday Networking Lunch (FFNL) will be held on Friday, May 4th from 11:30AM -1:00PM at the Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor Park Restaurant and Grill (14703 Park Row Dr, Houston, TX 77079). The restaurant is located on the east side of the hotel and there is designated parking available. The lunch cost $11 all included (tax, tip, drinks and food) after the South Texas Section has subsidized this event by $5 per attendee. You pay for the lunch when you walk into the Park Restaurant at the Wyndham hotel. Everyone is welcome to attend!
 
Topic: Marketing Strategies for Job Search Success (Regardless of the State of the Economy!)
 
Are you discouraged, frustrated and demoralized in your job search? Has the tight job market of the last few of years just plain worn you out? This is likely to be your experience if you’ve been relying on online job postings and outdated resume formats to get results, as many do. Now that things in the job market for engineers are starting to turn around here in Houston, this is the perfect time to find not only a job, but one that truly resonates with who you are. Job search can become a fun adventure when you approach it with the right strategies and mindset. This talk will give you the basics you need to put you at the top of hiring managers’ lists and and end up with work that makes you want to get out of bed in the morning!
 
Speaker: Terry Suffredini
 
Terry Suffredini, PE is The Engineer’s Coach. After earning her degree in Chemical Engineering from UT - Austin, she spent more than 2 decades working in the environmental field. She later transitioned into process design and then into project management, working mainly with large ($350MM+) midstream oil and gas EPC projects and leading a team of 100+ professionals. On the side, Terry is a certified Life and Career Coach. In that role, it is her mission to use her extensive experience and demonstrated abilities to help fellow engineers excel both personally and professionally.
 
Have suggestions for future topics, formats and speakers? Please contact Fabian Solberg at fabian.solberg@eisenmann.com or +1 (815) 307-5746