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The Jobs Driven Networking Group (JDNG)

A SpeedUpMyJobSearch.com & Christ Church Partnership Project

Our job club meets via webinar every 3rd Thursday to help job seekers strengthen their networking & job search skills.

The speakers have included multiple LinkedIn Experts, a Career Services Director from Notre Dame & Duke University, nationally renowned job search experts, hiring managers, and more. Scroll down to see the list of speakers & topics.

January 21st Topic: Networking into Corporate Roles

Presenter: Patrick Bivins, Talent Acquisition Partner

Learn how to network into a senior level position using Employee Referral Programs, how corporate employers are using AI and Machine Learning tools to source candidates, and how technology is changing the way corporate recruiters work!

Patrick Bivins has been in Recruiting and Talent Acquisition his entire career. A former agency recruiting firm owner, he transitioned into corporate recruiting and quickly ascended to become Recruiting Manager at Kohls in WI. Then, needing to move to St. Louis for family reasons, he an Employee Referral Program strategy and quickly became the Director of Talent Acquisition for Panera Bread.

He shared his strategy when he landed that job with Paul Cameron and Paul has been teaching it ever since! Patrick is driven by his dedication to helping families and his faith in God. He has generously offered to spend an hour of his time with us sharing his insights and experiences about how to network into corporate roles. I hope you can join us.

We are limited to 100 attendees at this meeting and we are closing in on filling all the seats. Register now to save your seat.

Patrick Bivins,
Talent Acquisition Partner

Miss our last meeting? The full replay has been added to this Archive for Members (with all pauses and “can everybody hear me?” time-wasters edited out). If you are logged in as a member, you can see it here:

Scroll down for the full list of presentations we have had over the years.