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Local Resident to Discuss, “A Fresh Approach to Landing Your First Job and Your Next Job”

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 Beth Hendler-Grunt, of Livingston, founder of Next Great Step,  Credits: Beth Hendler-Grunt
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LIVINGSTON, NJ – Beth Hendler-Grunt, of Livingston, who is the founder of Next Great Step, a company that addresses the challenges of college graduates and those in between jobs by helping them achieve success, will be offering a free event called, “A Fresh Approach to Landing Your First Job and Your Next Job,” on Aug. 13, at 7 p.m., at Temple Beth Shalom, which is located at 193 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue in Livingston. (Attendees should enter through the parking lot at the rear of the building.) Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome and admission is free, but seating is limited. Those interested in attending should register HERE or R.S.V.P. to tbscareernetworking@gmail.com.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their resumes and business cards. There will be time for one-on-one networking. Dress is business casual.

The event is geared to parents who are ready for their child to become financially independent; students and graduates who are worried about finding an internship, their first job and beyond; and job seekers who are looking for the right fit.

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Attendees will learn how they can define their personal strategy. They will also discover how to determine what they are worth and how to justify their value. And, they will learn how to get results from their interviews.

Hendler-Grunt is a dynamic leader, advisor and facilitator with extensive experience advising top business leaders, universities and individuals guiding them to success, according to a temple representative.

Next Great Step applies proven techniques and strategies honed over 20 years to help first-time job seekers find their first job and plan for beyond. At The Next Great Step, candidates learn what companies are looking for and how to fit the bill. They gain that last part of the education process needed that is not taught in school—that will help them not only get their first job, but will help them proactively plan for the future.

“For the past 20 years, we have advised Fortune 500 companies how to develop and implement strategies to achieve success,” said Hendler-Grunt. “Now we are bringing those same strategies to students, teaching them how to communicate their ability to solve the business problems that a company faces. Our students learn proven, time-tested techniques to achieve their personal goals and compete with a strong edge over other candidates.”

“The mission for graduating college students is more than just finding that first job,” added Hendler-Grunt. “The graduate’s mission is to learn how to leverage the knowledge and skills that they acquired in college and turn those assets into real value over the course of their career.”

TAP into Livingston is proud to highlight one of our main sponsors—Next Great Step. TAP into Livingston thanks Next Great Step for its continued support in helping us to deliver important news to the community residents on a daily basis. Because of sponsors like Next Great Step, TAP into Livingston is completely free to subscribers.

To learn more about becoming a sponsor of TAP into Livingston, contact Jackie Schatell at (201) 618-7444 or via email at jschatell@tapinto.net

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