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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Durham Professional Placement Network Academy Hosts Negotiating Your Salary Workshop

Event Set for May 16; RSVP Requested

​DURHAM, N.C. – Career minded and job-seeking professionals now have an opportunity to participate in the expansion of one of Durham’s best-opportunities for job search success. 

The Professional Placement Network Academy (PPNA) is hosting a series of interactive workshops on topics designed to help every jobseeker. The next event will focus on negotiating your salary and will be held on Thursday, May 16 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Springhill Suites, 5310 McFarland Dr., Durham (U.S. 15-501 towards Chapel Hill).  

Other topics for this year include entrepreneurship and setting a financial plan in today’s economy. Events occur the third Thursday of every month. New for this year, participants who attend four classes will gain entrance to a unique, invitation-only employment networking event.

The PPNA is designed to provide opportunities for mid-to-upper level professionals who have earned at least $30,000 per year or have received higher education credentials or professional certifications. PPNA provides a place for professionals to come together to share ideas, employment leads, and current job market information. 

Participants interested in learning more about the PPNA or attending these Thursday evening events should visit http://www.DurhamPPN.org or RSVP at http://durhamppn051613-durhamwia.eventbrite.com.

For information, contact Jason Wimmer, adult employment program coordinator with the City's Office of Economic and Workforce Development, by email at Allen.Wimmer@DurhamNC.gov or by calling (919) 560-4965, ext. 15218.

About the Office of Economic & Workforce Development
Guided by the City’s Strategic Plan, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development helps ensure that Durham has a strong and diverse economy by increasing the city’s tax base through several revitalization initiatives, including new development efforts in the central city area. The department also plans and promotes cultural awareness and events, identifies and recruits target industries as well as assesses and trains Durham residents to fill new jobs. For information, visit http://www.DurhamEconomicDevelopment.org, “like” on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/DurhamOEWD, or “follow” on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/DurhamOEWD.

Published: 05/07/2013 - Last Edited: