Free Resume Workshops – NYC Access and Employment Week | October 21-25

From the NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities:

New York City Access & Employment Week by the NYC Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities and Microsoft

Free Resume Workshop with Microsoft Word

Daily Sessions from October 21st – 25th 

11:00am – 1:00pm
Microsoft Fifth Avenue Store
677 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022

Workshop Description:

Whether you’re gearing up for college, an internship, or a career after completing higher learning, you need to have a professional resume. This resume workshop will help you learn how to stay organized, and jump start your job search by building your resume with Word.

Each Session Includes:

  • Tips for landing your first job
  • General Formatting and Page Length
  • Targeting your resume

Registrations

Register for Monday, October 21st at 11:00am 
Register for Tuesday, October 22nd at 11:00am
Register for Wednesday, October 23rd at 11:00am
Register for Thursday, October 24th at 11:00am
Register for Friday, October 25th at 11:00am

This series is part of NYC Access and Employment Week (10/21 – 10/25) by Microsoft and the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities. For a full schedule of events visit NYC.gov/AccessEmployment

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DCAS Launches Redesigned Online Application System

The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services has launched their redesigned Online Application System (OASys) 2.0, your new official Civil Service exam gateway for employment with the City of New York.

If you’re interested in pursuing civil service opportunities with NYC, this site is your primary tool for identifying and applying for current and upcoming exams, which are required to qualify for these opportunities. (Learn more about civil service here.)

OASys 2.0 includes the following new features:

  • Comprehensive profile self-management (e.g., update contact information at any time)
  • Enhanced password recovery features (e.g., reset password via email or security questions)
  • Ability to store and re-use education and experience details
  • Electronic submission of affirmation statements
  • Civil Service examination dashboards, which include information about exams you have applied for and taken (e.g., payment status and test results), ranging from September 2009 to the present, to include your status on active eligible lists

To learn more about OASys 2.0, view the short videos below, and visit the Overview and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) pages available to you on the OASys 2.0 home page.

NYC Mayor’s Office of Appointments (MOA) Resume Portal

Want to serve in New York City government and help ensure that every New Yorker has a fair chance to succeed and thrive in the most dynamic city in the world?

The Mayor’s Office of Appointments (MOA) invites interested Columbia School of Social Work alumni to submit their resumes to MOA’s Resume Portal!

To get started, follow the link below and fill out the 2-page form. It will take about 10 minutes to complete and require you to attach a resume. Make sure to include the referral code below.

Portal link: on.nyc.gov/resumeportal
Referral code: #ColumbiaSSW2018

About the Mayor’s Office of Appointments

The Mayor’s Office of Appointments (MOA) is dedicated to advancing the Mayor’s vision of a diverse and inclusive team of leaders in city government, and charged with promoting equity, opportunity and excellence in policy making and the delivery of city services.

Working across all city agencies and mayoral offices, MOA serves a critical role by providing talent recruitment and development support for the Administration’s senior leadership. Additionally, MOA advises the Mayor on over 300 boards and commissions that fall under his purview. These boards execute important policy decisions in connection with city infrastructure, culture, and community priorities.