CTI - CAREER TRANSITION INSTITUTE REVISED: 11/1/19
UPCOMING NETWORK, SEMINARS/WEBINARS &/or JOB FAIR EVENTS
1-30 November 2019
Date Time
When: 11/01/19 8:30-9:30a  
What: H7 Delaware Connect - Building Aythentic Business Relationships
Who: Make great connections & build relationships
Where: The Food Truck Depot, 190 E Central Ave, Delaware, OH
Source: https://www.meetup.com/H7-Connect-Delaware/events/xrcffryzpbcb/
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When: 11/1/2019  1st Fri / month) 7:30-9:00a  
What: The Sales Connection
Who: Columbus, Ohio based professional association. Purpose of the association is to help promote education, training & career development of sales professionals.
Where: Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 129 S. High St. Dublin, OH 43017
Source: http://www.abilityprofessional.com/the-sales-connection/
Note: Meets 1st Friday of every month.  POC:  Ken Lazar, klazar@abilityprofessional.com (614.403.6079) &/or Bryan Driscoll: bryan@driscolllearning.com, (614-370-8400); http://www.thesalesconnection.org
When: 11/01/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Job Circle
Who: Career Transition Institute
Where: Upper Arlington Library, Room A, 2800 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, OH 43221
Source: https://www.meetup.com
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When: 11/01/19 Noon-1:30p  
What: Evolve Real Women Business Real Results
Who: A group of women business professionals who get together once a month to encourage, empower, and grow professionally and personally.
Where: Columbus Metropolitan Library-Hilliard, 4500 Hickory Chase Way, Hilliard, OH
Source: https://www.meetup.com/Columbus-Womens-Business-Meetup/events/bcdsjryzpbcb/
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When: 11/02/19 9:00-4:00p  
What: The Real Women Conference
Who: Female entrepreneurs, philanthropists, college students, corporate executives, stay at home mommas and side hustlers for a day of motivation, inspiration and tangible takeaways to instantly apply to your life and business
Where: Northland Performing Arts Center (NPAC), 4411 Tamarack Blvd, Columbus, OH 43229
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-real-women-conference-tickets-57909567074?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Note: Costs starts at $18
When: 11/01/19 7:30-9:30a  
What: The Sales Connection Breakfast
Who: Sales professionals to discuss a topic of great importance to the professional growth of sales professionals.
Where: Dublin Chamber office, 129 S. High St., Dublin    
Source: http://dublinchamber.org/events/details/the-sales-connection-breakfast-featuring-shannon-lee-executive-director-of-rela-8677
Note: Cost $15
When: 11/04/19 5:30-7:30p  
What: Introduction to Computers #1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: Driving Park, 1422 Iivingston Ave, Columbus, OH
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/01/19 1:00-4:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/03/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/04/19 11:00a-Noon  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: For people needing technology help.
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
When: 11/04/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library - Meeting room A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
When: 11/04/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Technology Training Program - Per Scholas
Who: Come hear about a tuition-free IT training program that prepares motivated and curious adults for successful careers in technology.
Where: Driving Park, 1422 E LivingstonAvenue, Columbus,OH 43205 - Meeting Room 1
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/05/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Introduction to Computers #1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: Gahanna Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/05/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Introduction to Computers #1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: South High Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: Nov: 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th 5:30-7:30p  
What: Tuesday Tune-Up
Who: Networking, great discussions, & guest speakers. Bring plenty of business cards, a notepad & a pen.
Where: Dublin Entrepreneurial Center, 565 Metro Place South, First Floor Training Room, Dublin
Source: http://www.abilityprofessional.com/tuesday-tune-up/
Note: Fee:  $15 p/month.  Meets every Tuesday.  POC:  Ken Lazar, klazar@abilityprofessional.com (614.403.6079)
When: 11/05/19 2:00-4:00p  
What: Basic Google Tools
Who: Learn how to use Drive and other Google tools, as well as how to share and upload documents. This session is a demonstration, but those with an active Google account are welcome to participate.
Where: Karl Road Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/05/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Developemtn Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/05/19 7:15-9:15p  
What: Coding & Algorithm interview practice
Who: Chicago Tech Interviews conducting coding workshop which you can join online.  Coding interview problems will be shared over Livestream. Therewill be breakout sessions into small groups to work on tasks which you work on at home and then join the conversations in Slack.  Then outcomes are presented along with team solutions via Livestream.
Where: https://www.meetup.com/Metis-Columbus-OH-Data-Science/events/265959042
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/06/19 9:30-11:30a.  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: For people needing technology help.
Where: Karl Road Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
When: 11/06/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Introduction to Computers  2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Excel 1 to create and format a basic personal budget using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Northern Lights Library, 4093 Cleveland Ave, Columbus, OH 43224
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/06/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Introduction to Computers 1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: White Hall Library,  4445 E Broad St, Whitehall, OH 43213
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/06/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/07/19 9:00-10:00a  
What: Westerville Chapter - CORG
Who: CORG is growing rapidly. Westerville chapter is now meeting weekly on Thursday at 9:00am! If you are a business owner, or in a sales/client driven business, come see if CORG is right for you!  The CORG network is designed to build quality relationships, foster personal development, and maximize professional growth through networking. 
Where: City BBQ; 600 South State Street, Westerville, OH
Source: https://www.google.com/maps/search/?api=1&query=600+South+State+Street%2C+Westerville%2C+OH%2C+43081%2C+us
Note: Meets every Thursday.
When: 11/07/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/07/19 6:00-9:00p  
What: Hack Night
Who: Love to develop software or even just talk about it? We do too! Come a& join us for open-ended hacking on whatever interests you - personal projects, things to learn, ideas to work through with others - all are welcome. Pizza and soft drinks provided.  Bring your laptop and projects you are working on in GitHub or elsewhere and an inquiring mind open to mentoring.
Where: Mutually Human, 243 N 5th Street, Ste 300, Columbus, OH
Source: https://www.meetup.com/Tech-Talent-South-Columbus/events/lshbtqyzpbkb/
Note: Tech Talent Hunt that meet the 1st Thursday of every month
When: 11/07/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Excel 1 to create and format a basic personal budget using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Main Library, Meet Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/07/19 6:30-8:30p  
What: Basic Google Tools
Who: Learn how to use Drive and other Google tools, as well as how to share and upload documents. This session is a demonstration, but those with an active Google account are welcome to participate.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/08/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/08/19 9:00-2:00p  
What: Veterans Hiring Event
Who: In honor of Veterans Day 2019, Topgolf, The Ferriter Group, and the National Veterans Memorial and Museum are hosting a Veterans Hiring Event to assist in the hiring of America's heroes.
Where: TopGolf Columbus, 2000 Ikea Way, Columbus, OH
Source: http://nationalvmm.org/vetops/
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When: 11/09/19 1:00-5:00-p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/10/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/11/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Introduction to Computers 1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/11/19 11:00a-Noon.  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: For people needing technology help.
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
When: 11/11/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Introduction to Computers  2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Excel 1 to create and format a basic personal budget using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/12/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/11/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Introduction to Computers  2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Excel 1 to create and format a basic personal budget using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Gahanna Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/11/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Introduction to Computers 1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/11/19 11:00-Noon  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/12/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/12/19 6:00-8:00p  
What: Basic Google Tools
Who: Learn how to use Drive and other Google tools, as well as how to share and upload documents. This session is a demonstration, but those with an active Google account are welcome to participate.
Where: South High Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/12/19 11:00-2:30p  
What: Hire Ohio Fall 2019 Alumni Career Fair 
Who: Candidates in accounting, consulting, education, engineering, finance, health-care, government or non-profit, investment banking, marketing, media, sales,  technology or other fields
Where: Ohio Union-OSU, 1739 N High Street, Columbus, OH
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hireohio-fall-2019-multi-school-alumni-career-fair-tickets-74736967281?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Note: More than 100 employers expected; Must register and be vetted; No cost to attend
When: 11/12/19 7:30-9:30p  
What: Livestream: Intro to Statistics and Probability for Data Science
Who: Well take a tour of statistics & probability underlying many machine learning models, including defining some theorems. Well meet Gauss, Laplace, Bernoulli and Fisher and visit Italy, England, France.
Where: online
Source: https://www.meetup.com/Metis-Columbus-OH-Data-Science/events/265876662/
Note: This event will be Livestreamed:  https://livestream.com/accounts/23925505/events/8866616
When: 11/12/18 2:00-4:00p  
What: Resume Evaluation
Who: For those who want a 30 minute one-on-one session to have your resume reviewed.
Where: Westerville Library
Source: https://www.westervillelibrary.org/events?event=35840
Note: Need to register prior to event
When: 11/13/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: For people needing technology help.
Where: Karl Road Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
When: 11/13/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Word
Who: Learn how to create, edit, save and print a document in Microsoft Word 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Whitehall Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/13/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Introduction to Computers 1
Who: Learn basic computer skills, including how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to create, save and move digital files.
Where: Northern Lights Library, 4093 Cleveland Ave, Columbus, OH 43224
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/13/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/13/19 6:30-8:30p  
What: Career + Code: Women in Software Engineering
Who: Interested in upgrading your career? Whether you are a working professional, a student or anyone else looking for a challenge, learning code can extend your career, expand your opportunities and certainly grow your creative mind. Mentors and recruiters welcome to join to help provide guidance and build our community.
Where: One Easton Oval, Suite 175 Columbus, OH
Source: https://www.meetup.com/Tech-Talent-South-Columbus/events/pdghnqyzpbrb/
Note: Meets 2nd Wednesday every month
When: 11/13/19 12:30-2:30p  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Word
Who: Learn how to create, edit, save and print a document in Microsoft Word 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Hilliard, Teen Aerea
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/14/19 9:30-11:30a  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Excel 1
Who: Learn how to create a basic spreadsheet, enter data and use simple formulas using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/14/19 11:00-7:00p  
What: Fall Interview Event
Who: People interested working in Nationwide Children's Hospital Behavioral Health Pavilion
Where: Hilton Garden Inn Columbus, 3232 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus
Source: www.nationwidechildrens.org/interviewday
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When: 11/14/19 11:00-3:00p  
What: DAV RecruitMilitary Columbus Veterans Job Fair
Who: Anyone who has served on active duty, in the National Guard, or in the Reserves and their spouses is invited to attend this event to find a new career.
Where: The Fawcett Center. 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH 43210 
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dav-recruitmilitary-columbus-veterans-job-fair-tickets-73332057157?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Note: Companies that will be present:  Allstate, Farmers Insurance, FedEx Ground, Health Aid of Ohio Inc., Hikma Pharmaceuticals, JP Morgan Chase, Trane, VSP Global and many more.
When: 11/14/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/14/19 11:00-2:00p  
What: Columbus Job Fair
Who: Positions from executive-level professionals, just beginning or in between
Where: Hyatt Regency Columbus (Hotel), 350 N High Street
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/columbus-job-fair-november-14-2019-tickets-49912048280?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Note: Need to register
When: 11/15/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/16/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/16/19 3:00-4:00p  
What: Job help
Who: Get help applying to jobs online
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/17/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/18/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/18/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Technology Training Program - Per Scholas
Who: Come hear about a tuition-free IT training program that prepares motivated and curious adults for successful careers in technology.
Where: Whitehall Library, Meeting Room 1
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/18/19 5:30-7:30p  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Word
Who: Learn how to create, edit, save and print a document in Microsoft Word 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Driving Park, 1422 Iivingston Ave, Columbus, OH
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/18/19 6:00-8:00p  
What: JOB FAIR COLUMBUS:  Sales, Management, Business Development
Who: Focused specifically on Sales, Business Development, Marketing, Customer Service, and Retail & Sales Management jobs
Where: Marriott Columbus University Area, 3100 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43202
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/job-fair-columbus-november-18th-sales-management-business-development-registration-75202712337?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Note: When you arrive you're welcomed by a formal executive presentation in which each company will introduce itself and the opportunities they offer. Then be free to meet with hiring managers from each company that has attracted your interest. You'll be able to network not only with various employers, but also with other professionals. 
When: 11/19/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Word
Who: Learn how to create, edit, save and print a document in Microsoft Word 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Gahanna Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/19/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/19/19 7:30-9:00a  
What: Network Dublin; Business Breakfast & New Member Reception
Who: Those who wish to network in Dublin with business people.
Where: Costco Wholesale Northwest Columbus, 7300 St. Rt. 161, Plain City, OH 43064
Source: http://dublinchamber.org/events/details/networkdublin-business-breakfast-new-member-reception-11-19-2019-8118
Note: Fee:  $10 for Chamber member or $35 for non-Chamber member
When: 11/19/19 6:30-8:30p  
What: Experience Entrepreneurship-Business Speakers Series-Elements of a Business
Who: Join fellow entrepreneurs for a presentation by a guest speaker on special business topics.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/20/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Basic Google Tools
Who: Learn how to use Drive and other Google tools, as well as how to share and upload documents. This session is a demonstration, but those with an active Google account are welcome to participate.
Where: Whitehall Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/20/19 10:00-1:00p  
What: The Multi-Professional Diversity Job Fair of Columbus
Who: Those who are looking to meet with hiring companies/hiring managers
Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton, 2700 Corporate Exchange Dr, Columbus, OH
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-multi-profession-diversity-job-fair-of-columbus-tickets-52623131202?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
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When: 11/20/19 Noon-1:15p
What: Smart Jobs for Smart City
Who: Focusing on impact of technology and machine learning on transportation, infrastructure and manufacturing are rapidly creating a new paradigm for work.  A culture shift and new economic vitality are on the horizon for those who see the possibilities and prepare for them.
Where: Boat House at Confluence Park
Source: http://www.columbusmetroclub.org/events
Note: Cost is $50 unless member of Columbus Metropolitan Club
When: 11/20/19 10:00a-Noon  
What: Introduction to Computers 2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Introduction to Computers 1 and learn the basics of navigating the Internet. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Driving Park, 1422 Iivingston Ave, Columbus, OH
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/21/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/21/19 12:30-2:30p  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Excel 1
Who: Learn how to create a basic spreadsheet, enter data and use simple formulas using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Hilliard, Teen Area
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/21/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills and job search.
Where: Hilltop, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/21/19 6:30-8:30p  
What: Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Excel 1 to create and format a basic personal budget using Microsoft Excel 2013. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/22/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/23/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/24/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning Lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/25/19 11:00a-Noon  
What: Tech Tutor
Who: For people needing technology help.
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
Note: Need help with a gadget? Confused by computers? Reserve a 60 minute one-on-one session with a librarian for answers to your technology questions! Register online or by calling 614-645-2275.
When: 11/25/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/26/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meetring Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/26/19 1:00-3:00p  
What: Introduction to Computers 2
Who: Build on the skills you learned in Introduction to Computers 1 and learn the basics of navigating the Internet. Familiarity with basic computer skills, including mouse and keyboard, is required.
Where: South High Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/26/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Workforce Development Program:  Job Coaching
Who: Get help with resume writing, interviewing skills and job search.
Where: Hilltop Library, Meeting Room 2
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/27/19 Noon-3:00p  
What: Learning Lab Weekdays
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word and Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Monday-Thursday from 12 Noon until 3 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/28/19 (4th Thursday of ea month) 5:30-7:30pm  
What: Veteran Professionals Network of Central Ohio
Who: Veterans
Where: Zaftig Brewing, 7020-A Huntley Rd, Worthington 43229
Source: https://vanguardveteran.com/photos/
Note: FACEBOOK Site:  https://www.facebook.com/Veteran-Professionals-Networking-of-Central-Ohio-112260896809998/
When: 11/29/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/30/19 1:00-5:00p  
What: Learning lab
Who: Practice using computers and software like Microsoft Word or Excel or write your resume in the Learning Lab. Drop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Main Library, Meeting Room 2A
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/30/19 2:00-4:00p  
What: Basic Google Tools
Who: Learn how to use Drive and other Google tools, as well as how to share and upload documents. This session is a demonstration, but those with an active Google account are welcome to participate.
Where: Karl Road Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/30/19 3:00-5:00p  
What: Job Coaching and Basic Financial Literacy-Jewish Family Services
Who: Join Jewish Family Services to find help with job searching, resume and interview tips and basic financial literacy
Where: Norther Lights, Meeting Room 1 (Livingston Ave)
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 11/30/19 3:00-4:00p  
What: Job Help
Who: Get help applying to jobs online
Where: Hilltop Library
Source: https//events.columbuslibrary.org/events
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When: 12/02/19 6:30-8:00p  
What: Tech Tribe: Intro to Web Assembly
Who: Join Tech Talent South (http://www.techtalentsouth.com) for a fun, informative session about tech (no coding skills necessary). We'll go over topics in tech and how tech can be used, careers that use tech, popular terms and what they mean, where to start and more.
Where: One Easton Oval, Suite 175, Columbus, OH
Source: Tech Tribe: Intro to Web Assembly
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