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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, July 14th 2020

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17 of 18 seats still available

Microsoft Excel - Tips and Times

  • Workshops
  • 09:00AM – 11:00AM
  • Dade City - 15000 Citrus Country Dr. Suite 303, Dade City, FL 33523 (Map It)

This workshop will help prepare you for almost every business setting today. When signing up for this Excel workshop you will be focusing on not only learning the basics but also learning to create and edit spreadsheets and read and understand formulas. As an integral part of any office environment today, Excel experience is highly sought by employers. Class is first come first serve and seating is limited. These classes are for those who have a basic understanding of computers and are not beginner classes. Attendees must have some basic experience working with a keyboard, mouse and personal computer (i.e. laptop, desktop). These workshops are for those familiar with basic computer skills • All workshops are now live online and instructor-led via Zoom video conferencing. For those wishing for a hands on experience vs. presentation style, you will need a computer (Windows PC laptop or desktop), A second monitor (your smart TV will work) and a connection cable between your monitor and computer (unless you can Bluetooth them). If you need help getting connected and navigating multiple displays, log in at 830am to the Zoom meeting. The link to login will be emailed to you the day prior and we will help you. If you do not have the equipment, no worries, you can still watch along with us and learn lots of great things as well. Class start time is promptly at 9am and runs approximately 2 hours. • Please click on this link prior to your first online workshop for a brief tutorial on how to navigate Zoom live online video conferencing. http://web5.lib.pacificu.edu/zoom/students/

Thursday, July 16th 2020

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3 of 6 seats still available

Remote Professional Placement Network Meeting

  • Professional Placement Network
  • 12:00PM – 01:00PM
  • Dade City - 15000 Citrus Country Dr. Suite 303, Dade City, FL 33523 (Map It)

Questions to ask an Interviewer

Monday, July 20th 2020

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5 of 6 seats still available

Remote Professional Placement Network Meeting

  • Professional Placement Network
  • 09:00AM – 10:00AM
  • Brooksville - 16336 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601 (Map It)

Job Search Tips

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

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5 of 6 seats still available

Remote Professional Placement Network Meeting

  • Professional Placement Network
  • 12:00PM – 01:00PM
  • New Port Richey Main - 4440 Grand Blvd. , New Port Richey, FL 34652 (Map It)

Work from Home - Things to Watchout for

Friday, July 24th 2020

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18 of 18 seats still available

Microsoft Word

  • Workshops
  • 09:00AM – 11:00AM
  • New Port Richey Main - 4440 Grand Blvd. , New Port Richey, FL 34652 (Map It)

This workshop will introduce you to formatting and using Microsoft Word properly. Whether for personal or business use, this class will help you understand how Word works and how to fix unwanted mistakes. Word offers many features and functions that allow you to create and format documents such as resumes, templates, letters and more! Word is also an integral part of any office environment today, don’t miss out. Class is first come first serve and seating is limited. “These workshops are for those familiar with basic computer tasks.” If you have your own laptop with MS Office 2016 or 2019 and Windows 10, you are welcome to bring it fully charged. These workshops are for those familiar with basic computer skills • All workshops are now live online and instructor-led via Zoom video conferencing. For those wishing for a hands on experience vs. presentation style, you will need a computer (Windows PC laptop or desktop), A second monitor (your smart TV will work) and a connection cable between your monitor and computer (unless you can Bluetooth them). If you need help getting connected and navigating multiple displays, log in at 830am to the Zoom meeting. The link to login will be emailed to you the day prior and we will help you. If you do not have the equipment, no worries, you can still watch along with us and learn lots of great things as well. Class start time is promptly at 9am and runs approximately 2 hours. • Please click on this link prior to your first online workshop for a brief tutorial on how to navigate Zoom live online video conferencing. http://web5.lib.pacificu.edu/zoom/students/