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Stratford University Fall 2010 Career Fair

From Whitney Stringer of BrotmanWinterFried Communications:

Join Stratford University's Falls Church campus for the Annual Fall 2010 Career Fair. This event is open to the public. Attendees will have a chance to discover the various programs the university offers including Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Nursing, Health Sciences, Business Administration, and Information Technology. Local employers including Wachovia Bank and the Gaylord Hotels and Convention Center will be in attendance. Refreshments from the Culinary Arts department will be served. Admission is free of charge.

 

The event will take place on Nov 9, 2010 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm at the Stratford University Falls Church Campus located at 7777 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043 in the Escoffier Room, 5th floor.

 

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Stratford University Unveils New Richmond Campus

The following was sent to us by Cher Murphy PR:

FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA – (October 7, 2010) – Stratford University announces the addition of a new Richmond Campus at Short Pump, located in Glen Allen, Va., at 11104 W. Broad Street. The new location will officially open October 4, 2010, with the first classes starting on October 12. The Richmond location is 54,000 square feet and offers a variety of programs, including those in business administration, computer information systems, culinary arts and hospitality management, and health sciences.

Corpus Christi School Christmas Attic Craft Fair and Silent Auction

The Corpus Christi School PTO is presenting the 31st annual Christmas Attic Craft Fair and Silent Auction on November 6. The event will include crafters, global cuisine, a silent auction, and a raffle. The event will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 3301 Glen Carlyn Road in Falls Church, VA.

Children will be able to enjoy a surprise visit from Santa!

2010 Resumes: What’s In and Out in Today’s Work Force

This was sent to us by Stratford University in Falls Church, VA:

With the unemployment numbers across America reaching alarming rates, millions of people are submitting resumes. Problem is, every time someone submits a resume, there are hundreds and sometimes even thousands more being submitted right along side it. So just how do you go about submitting a stellar resume that will get people to take notice (and call you for an interview)? The rules have changed for the 2010 resume, and keeping up with these changes may give you just the edge you need.

“Right now, people need something that is going to help get their resume noticed,” suggests John Thieman, Career Development Specialist at Stratford University. “In order to stand out and get those calls, you really have to pay attention to what is in your resume and who it is going to. While you will need to place more emphasis on the particulars, it can be done successfully.”

2010 Resumes: What’s In and Out in Today’s Work Force

This was sent to us by Stratford University in Falls Church, VA:

With the unemployment numbers across America reaching alarming rates, millions of people are submitting resumes. Problem is, every time someone submits a resume, there are hundreds and sometimes even thousands more being submitted right along side it. So just how do you go about submitting a stellar resume that will get people to take notice (and call you for an interview)? The rules have changed for the 2010 resume, and keeping up with these changes may give you just the edge you need.

“Right now, people need something that is going to help get their resume noticed,” suggests John Thieman, Career Development Specialist at Stratford University. “In order to stand out and get those calls, you really have to pay attention to what is in your resume and who it is going to. While you will need to place more emphasis on the particulars, it can be done successfully.”

Culinary School Readies Students for Trends in the Food Industry

The following was sent to us by Stratford University:

Everything old is new again.” The saying holds true for a strong, growing culinary evolution, the Farm–to-Table movement. Restaurant chefs and home cooks alike are increasingly returning to farms, local producers and farmers markets to buy their food, just as it was a necessity less than 100 years ago. Today most of our food comes mass produced from enormous, far-away, industrial producers. But some savvy chefs, and now Stratford University’s culinary students, are learning to use the incredible bounty of locally grown foods.