February 14th, 1995
Using the Internet for Job Placement

02/14/95 RMIUG Meeting - Using the Internet for Job Placement; an Employers' Perspective

Haven't figured out what to do with your sweetheart on Valentine's Day? Bring him or her to the Rocky Mountain Internet Users' Group meeting! ;-)

Our February 14th meeting will feature a panel of three experts who will discuss the Employers' Perspective in using the Internet for Job Placement.

RMIUG is happy to have the following people volunteer to be on our panel:

Gary Resnikoff (ncs@jobline.com)
Gary is a principal at National Career Search, a recruiting firm that uses the Internet extensively.
Randy Holt (rholt@ingr.com)
Randy is the Manager of the Internal Support Staff at Intergraph here in Boulder and several remote sites.
Troy Bettinger (tcb@evolving.com)
Troy is an HR Recruiting Specialist at Evolving Systems; a rapidly growing software firm in Denver.

Each of our panelists will present for 10-15 minutes about how they and their company uses the Internet in the hiring process. After that, we will have a group Q&A which should be lively discussion given the different functional areas each panelist represents.

In addition, Will Clurman will discuss RMIUG T-shirts and Alek has threatened to de-brief us on the RMIUG ski trip! ;-) As always, people with announcements of general interest are also encouraged to speak up.

The meeting is Tuesday, February 14th (Valentine's day! ;-) from 7:00-9:00 pm, with optional 6:30 pm start for informal networking and refreshments. The meeting will be held at NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research) in Boulder, which is located on the west end of Table Mesa Drive, up the hill, right under the Flatirons. Park in the NCAR lot, go in the main door, and ask the guard to point you to meeting, which is held in the auditorium. There is close-in parking available at NCAR for the physically challenged. For detailed information about NCAR accessibility, please call NCAR at 429-3340 and talk to Facilities. There is no cost for the meeting.

BTW, we had an overflow crowd last time, and we have not yet come up with a good "last-minute" solution to how to handle > 150 people. So we'll probably be handing out numbers again and seats in the room will be first come, first serve. Note that we have only had an overflow crowd once in the last year ...

We will have Internet books that can be checked out of our virtual library. Thanks to RMIUG members Joe Betts and Bo (the Bohemian) for organizing the RMIUG library. Please return any books you borrowed last time.

Consultants and companies are invited to bring Internet-related product information, brochures, and business cards which will be displayed on an information table.

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, March 14th and we haven't quite nailed down a speaker yet, but we're working on some possibilities. Check out the minutes from this meeting to see who'll be coming.

RMIUG wishes to thank Internet One for providing refreshments and XOR Network Engineering for electronic "stuff."

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