Working with Recruiters:
Separating Fact From Fiction
- What: 60-minute interview
- When: 10/27/2020
- Time: 5:00 - 6:00
- Where: ZOOM
What if your understanding of recruiting was actually a misunderstanding?
Seriously, what pops into your mind when you hear the word "recruiter"? Is it:
- "C-Suite only!"
- "It's a notification option on LInkedIn."
- " I have no clue how to approach a recruiter."
How might your career transition be different if you knew the truth about recruiters and the recruiting process?
Join the SC ATD Career Transition SIG for an in depth interview with Jennifer Marks, Practice Lead of Professional Services at Aerotek, to remove the mystery of recruiting and discover the benefits of incorporating recruiters into your job search.
Interviewee: Jennifer Marks, Professional Services Practice Leader, Aerotek
Jennifer Marks has lived in Columbia, SC for 8 years; she graduated from the University of South Carolina where she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Retail Management. She is the Professional Services Account Manager at Aerotek, working throughout the state of South Carolina. During her 4 1/2 years with Aerotek, she has led her team of recruiters in matching thousands of candidates with great companies searching for top talent in today’s market.
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Interviewer: Jessica Cabrera, Director of Engagement, Training & Leadership-SCFB, President, ATD South Carolina
Jessica Cabrera has worked in Learning and Human Development for more than 17 years, with experience ranging from the public school classroom to corporate learning environments in the U.S. and abroad. Whether leading, strategizing, consulting, speaking, or developing solutions that meet people where they are, Jessica's primary aim is to equip others to excel. She is energized by solving problems and inspiring people and organizations to reach their full potential.
Jessica holds a B.A. from Clemson University and a M.Ed. in Adult Education and Human Resource Studies from Colorado State University. At Colorado State, she was a Research on Diversity Fellow, received the John Coné award by the American Society for Training & Development and obtained a Graduate Certificate in Teaching with Technology & Distance Learning.
Jessica’s professional efforts have focused on learning management & delivery (F2F & virtual), leadership development, employee & member engagement, change management, consulting, strategic thinking & planning, organizational development, coaching, and doing anything and everything to facilitate individual and organizational change that will make an impact and improve lives. She is especially passionate about faith, family, culture, agriculture, and mission-driven leadership.
A lifelong learner, Jessica is a graduate of the Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Columbia Program, is currently a student of the Institute for Organization Management (IOM) hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) credential candidate (Dec 2020).
Jessica is a native of S.C., a mother of two, and a wife of 16 years. She is a Spanish/English bilingual, has traveled to 22 countries and has lived in Mexico, Chile and Spain. She and her Chilean-American husband speak Spanish at home. They spend their down time enjoying time with their sons, volunteering with their church, and entertaining friends in their home.
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This learning event will be held via Zoom. Registrants will receive the link prior to the start of the event.