Online Searching for Job Seekers

Date

Monday, September 23, 2013 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Online Searching for Job Seekers (Tips & Tricks for Job Seekers)
Job seeking has changed a lot in the 21st Century.  Many employers advertise and recruit for positions online.  Learn how to effectively navigate and search the internet when conducting your job search.  By understanding how browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox) and search engines (Google, Bing) work, job seekers can more effectively find and apply for the jobs they are looking for as well as more effectively operate in the digital environment.

Class Format:  Hands on
Skills Required:  Basic Computer Skills, i.e. mouse, keyboard, open/close programs
Audience:  Adults
Cost: FREE
Class Limit 4 (four)

Topics Covered:
• Understanding and Using Web Browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox)
• Understanding and Using  a Search Engine (Google, Bing)
• Basic Searching Techniques
• Navigate Using URLs and Links
• Use Back, Forward, Home buttons
• View the Browsing History
• Adding, Deleting, and Organizing Bookmarks or Favorites
• Downloading a Files From the Internet
• Use the Find Command
• Printing from The Internet
 

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