Washington, DC Chapter

Events

Having trouble with registration?  Contact the Program Director.

Librarian’s Guide to Trade Data, Part 1 – USA Trade Online

fdlp_logoLibrarian's Guide to Trade Data, Part 1 - USA Trade Online

The webinar will start at 2:00 and last 60 minutes.

Enjoy a Trade Data webinar with fellow librarians away from the distractions of your own Information Center.  Those who wish to stay for an Ex-Im Bank Research Library tour, please stay after the webinar.

This is the first in a series of four webinars in Trade Data.  For further details, go to the Federal Depository Library Program website.

http://www.fdlp.gov/news-and-events/2473-librarian-s-guide-to-trade-data-part-1-usa-trade-online

We’ll provide cookies. Bring your own tea, coffee, etc.  This event is jointly sponsored by Business Information Finders (BIF) and Export-Import Bank of the US.

Please register by February 19th by sending your first name, middle initial, and last name, and your citizenship to Katie Kane at Katherine.Kane@exim.gov.  Access will be limited to the first 20 registrants.

On the day of the event, visitors will check in at the security desk upon entering the building, where they will also need to present a valid photo ID.

The Export-Import Bank is located at 811 Vermont Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20571. The building is located north of Lafayette Park, south of K St., between H & I (Eye) Streets, NW on Vermont Ave NW.

By Metro: Ex-Im Bank is directly across the street from the Vermont Ave. / White House exit of McPherson Square Metro Station (orange/blue/silver lines).

Price: $0.00

Date: February 24, 2016

Address:
Ex-Im Bank
811 Vermont Avenue NW
Washington, DC
20571 Map and Directions

Strengthening Your Interview Skills

Strengthening Your Interview Skills

Have you ever left an interview wishing you had answered the questions more effectively? Could you have approached a promotion discussion in a different way? How did you prepare for the interview? Using the techniques presented in this interactive workshop, you will strengthen your answers to interview questions and help prepare for questions you’re likely to be asked. How? Through practice!

On February 27, DC/SLA member Susan Antos, an expert in training and human resources, will hold an interview workshop designed to hone your skill in answering questions. Come with your resume and a willingness to answer questions!

About Susan Antos

Susan Antos is a librarian and a training and human resources professional. She has offered interviewing skills workshops for applicants and interviewers, and has coached individuals, to hone their skills. Most recently, she has offered her workshop “Interview Skills that Win Jobs” at the Takoma Park Branch of the District of Columbia Public Library and for the Washington, DC Chapter of Dress for Success. From May 2011 to June 2013, she worked with over 800 unemployed workshop attendees through the Virginia Workforce Center.

Susan has worked in the training and human resources field in banking and higher education. Using her experience and transferring her skills, she earned her MSLIS from Catholic University and transitioned into a career as an association librarian. In 2013, Ms. Antos relocated from Fredericksburg. VA to Washington, DC. As of December 2014, she has been on assignment for the LAC Group as a Research Librarian at the International Monetary Fund.

When

Saturday, February 27, 2016; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

9:00-9:30 / Networking & Refreshments

9:30-11:30 / Interview Workshop

11:30-12:00/ Q & A

Where

Location: Drexel University - Washington, DC Office, Lafayette Tower, 801 17th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20006

Metro Stations: Farragut West (Blue, Silver & Orange Lines) and Farragut North (Red).

Registration

Advance registration required by Tuesday, February 23.

Questions

Please contact Lila Faulkner, Lila.Faulkner@usdoj.gov (202-305-4540).

Price: $30.00

Date: February 27, 2016

Address:
Drexel University, D.C. Office
801 17th St., NW
Washington, DC
20006 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 12

Drexel University, D.C. Office

801 17th St., NW
Suite 420
Washington
DC
20006
Map and Directions