Frontline Workforce Association
The Frontline Workforce Association (FWA) was formed in the Fall of 2010 as a way to help frontline providers collaborate, support one another, and make referrals. Specifically, FWA provides free access to networking, continuing education, and professional development for all frontline staff. The informational meetings are designed to be interactive and often include a chance to share best practices and troubleshoot common problems.
FWA meets bi-monthly, or six times a year, focusing on various topics of interest. All meetings are free of charge. The group is open to all frontline job developers, regardless of their past involvement with Frontline Focus.
Topic: Get Linked Up with LinkedIn
Now more than ever, LinkedIn is a necessary tool for the job search. Though it might seem intimidating to some, LinkedIn can be used by anyone to find job openings, network with colleagues, and get connected with employers who are hiring. Come to this interactive workshop, led by Natalie Lynch from LinkedIn, to find out how to navigate the site, create eye-catching profiles and most importantly, learn how to help our job seekers use LinkedIn as a resource! Held at the Chicago LinkedIn offices, you won’t want to miss this special FWA event!
Wednesday, May 11th | 8:30 – 11:00am
525 W. Monroe, #400
Chicago, IL 60661
(Free limited street parking nearby)
Free, but advance registration REQUIRED.
Contact Kaitlyn McGovern: email@example.com
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- “Serving Special Populations” January 2016
Click here for resources from past FWA meetings.