March at Lisle Township Job Club


Mondays, 10 a.m.

Woodridge Public Library, 3 Plaza Drive, Woodridge 60517—2nd Floor Conference Room

Bring your resume, cover letter or job club handbill and we’ll review and suggest ways you can strengthen your search materials to best position you for your next job.



Job Club Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.

Community Career Center, 1815 Diehl Road, Suite 900, Naperville 60563

It’s a fact: More people land jobs through active networking—upwards of 85 percent—than by any other job search method. Expand your network with other job seekers (everybody knows somebody), find out who is hiring and about jobs that may never be advertised, share successful strategies and contact names, and practice your “elevator speech”—a brief two-minute verbal resume about positions desired and target employers—and let us help you. Free. No need to RSVP.



Friday, March 8, 9:30 a.m.

St. Thomas of the Apostle Jobs Ministry, 1500 Brookdale Rd., Naperville, Lighthouse Room


While challenging emotions are normal in job search, if left unchecked they can make finding your next position more difficult and impact your personal wellbeing. Learn strategies to help you transform and transcend difficulties, and keep you moving forward toward your goals most effectively and efficiently. Presented by your fearless Lisle Township Job Club Facilitator Sarah Breithaupt, MSEd, LCPC.


Friday, March 15, 10 a.m.

Lisle Public Library, 777 Front St. • Conference Room A/B

DON’T GET SLAMMED BY JOB SCAMS—Learn How to Spot Bogus Job Opportunities

Think you are too smart to be fooled by a scam? When looking for a job, you are vulnerable to scammers!

Learn from Jennifer Weggeman of workNet DuPage about the new types of scams out there, common job and employment fraud, and how to protect your private information. Con artists post bogus job offers on various employment websites. The scammer may use or sell your personal information provided in the job application. Protect your privacy and know how to recognize if an offer is a scam. Networking precedes the presentation.