- June 20, 2014
-- For unemployed Staten Islanders seeking support and resources or for those who want to move their career forward join the Suit Up Network a Career Seminars on how to get a job using LinkedIn presented by Marilyn Zayfert on Tuesday June 24th 6pm at the St. George Library on Staten Island.
Ms. Zayfert will discuss how to optimized your LinkedIn Profile to get noticed by employers as well as how to utilize the platform for employment. Marilyn Zayfert is the founder of illumiNET Digital Marketing, which she started in 2009 after observing the broad reach of social media. IllumiNET builds and implements online media marketing strategies and campaigns, social media training, enterprise social media, and event promotion. Marilyn’s desire to help her community has led to a number of projects with non- profit organizations on Staten Island. Marilyn has been a Board Member of the Office of Jewish Community affairs, The National Lighthouse Museum and the Educational Theater Group IlluminArt Productions. She became best known for her outreach work via social media after Hurricane Sandy when she used her knowledge of leveraging social media communication to amplify awareness, raise funds and spread information about Staten Island. Marilyn is also the founder and curator of the online blog Staten Island NYC Living. She lives in the Lighthouse Hill area of Staten Island with her husband and daughter. For more information on illumiNET Digital Marketing visit their website at www.illuminetmedia.com
The Suit Up Network Program is a free service for unemployed Staten Islanders, providing business clothing and career development resources for youth and adults. If you are unemployed you may be eligible to receive a free business suit. A program of Staten Island Community Partnership, is a not for profit organization offering free services and resources to create a better Staten Island. The Suit Up Network offers mentoring and career development assistance with a network of professionals and business persons. More information can be found on the Staten Island Community Partnership website http://sicommunitypartnership.com/