3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 15, 2009 10:45 AM by Mark Obrien

    Local Sections Helping the Unemployed Webinar

    Cheryl Brown

      LSAC/CEPA/LAB Webinar/Teleconference

       

      Local Sections Helping the Unemployed

       

      Thursday, July 30, 2009 – 1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT

       

       

      Please mark your calendar for Thursday, July 30, 1:00-2:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) for a webinar onLocal Sections Helping the Unemployed.  This program is hosted by the ACS Committee on Local Section Activities (LSAC), Committee on Economic & Professional Affairs (CEPA), and the Leadership Advisory Board (LAB). 

       

      Speakers will include local section representatives who will discuss their successful events that were held to help ACS members with their career and professional development. In addition, representatives from CEPA and LAB will discuss the resources they have available to assist you with planning events for your section’s membership. 

       

      Webinar Schedule:

       

      Presenters and Staff Participants:

       

      Wayne Jones, Chair, ACS Committee on Local Section Activities (LSAC) 

       

      Debbie Sauder – Chair, Georgia Local Section

       

      Raymond Thibault – Chair, Brazosport Local Section 

       

      Jan Hayes and Amber Hinkle - LAB (ACS Leadership Advisory Board) 

       

      Marty Gorbaty, chair of CEPA. Introduction of David Harwell

       

      David Harwell - Staff Liaison to the ACS Committee on Economic & Professional Affairs (CEPA) and the Assistant Director of Career Management and Development

       

      Final Q&A and Closing CommentsWayne Jones

       

      Participant Instructions For Audio Portion

       

       

      Participants dialing in for the conference will dial 1-888-632-5950.  It is advisable that participants dial in approximately 5-10 minutes before the conference is scheduled to begin.  All participants who dial in will need to give the operator their first and last name, and local section. 

       

      Participant Instructions for Webinar Portion

       

      Go to www.mmstartvisuals.com

      Under the ‘JOIN’ column, enter conference ID:  acsconf (it is case sensitive) and then fill in the additional blanks below and press LOGIN.

      If the moderator has not yet arrived to the webinar, you will get a message on your screen stating: “The moderator has not yet arrived. Please stand by.”  Once the moderator opens the webinar your screen will show the presentation.

       

        • Re: Local Sections Helping the Unemployed Webinar
          William Ristey

          How did this session go?  I am retired.  I might become a director in the local section (Philadelphia).  Employment, careers, assistance for the unemployed and like issues are of interest.  What section was this?  I have never heard of anything like this here.  Since this is my first day posting on this ACS network, maybe you should comment to my email address (?):   risteyw@yahoo.com 

          Thanks for any input you could provide.

            • Re: Local Sections Helping the Unemployed Webinar
              Cheryl Brown

              The webinar went well.  Two local sections, Georgia and Brazosport, talked about programs they have each offered their membership for career transitions, etc. and tools and resources were provided by two ACS groups, Committee on Economic and Professional Affairs (CEPA) and the Leadership Advisory Board (LAB).  We will be posting the entire transcript of the webinar on the acs.org website around the first of September (www.acs.org/localsections).

                • Re: Local Sections Helping the Unemployed Webinar
                  Mark Obrien

                  The text and audio transcripts of the July 30 webinar on ACS Local Sections Helping the Unemployed are now available on the acs.org website.  The teleconference was sponsored by the Committee on Local Section Activities (LSAC), the Committee on Economic and Professional Affairs (CEPA), and the Leadership Advisory Board (LAB).  Speakers included representatives from two local sections who highlighted successful events that were focused on career and professional development, and representatives from LAB and CEPA who provided an overview of the tools and resources that are available for use by local sections.