Blacks Gone Geek promotes awareness in the African American community by providing a forum to share and exchange knowledge within the Information Technology Industry. At Blacks Gone Geek our mission is clear: We want to promote career advancement for African Americans in IT.
Blacks Gone Geek is run by a group of IT professionals who donate their time and energy for the greater good of mankind. At Blacks Gone Geek our mission is clear: We want to promote career advancement for African Americans in IT. The Blacks Gone Geek QA (Quality Assurance) Team is looking for volunteers.
The Knowledge Management Quality Assurance (QA) Team reviews authored solutions to ensure that the appropriate authoring standards and guidelines are applied, information is complete, and steps are accurate and easy to follow.
1.Solution Approvals. Ensure quality and that the appropriate authoring standards and guidelines are applied
2.Responsible for reviewing the knowledge utilization (e.g. Google Analytics page views) of all solutions and make recommendations to archive least utilized solutions.
3.Coordinate activities to create and maintain authoring guidelines
4.Manage the KM CSI (Continual Service Improvement) functions, initiatives and related activities.
Benefits to you:
1) Learn to work in a fast paced environment.
2) Develop knowledge management and web content management skills.
3) Add professional experience and accomplishments to your resume.
4) Receive a professional recommendation.
5) Potential to sell services to other Office 365 users.
If you are interested in volunteering for this project, please send a copy of your resume and a link to your LinkedIn profile to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing a wonderful new book that will show you the path to leadership
Choose to Lead—Advice, Tools, and Strategies for Women from Women
By Narmen Fennoy Hunter and Deborah Chambers Chima
Choose to Lead—Advice, Tools, and Strategies for Women from Women will show you how to make a conscious choice to lead rather than falling into a leadership role by chance. This book is for women who want to learn to lead in powerful and effective ways.
This book is also for:
women who want to serve as coaches and mentors
women who want to lead but don’t know how
women who have never considered leading because they think it is too difficult
women who have experienced leading and are seeking guidance to be more effective
men who want to relate better to women in leadership
men or women who seek to understand the importance of nurturing and developing more women leaders
Date: Weekly meetings started Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Time: 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Central Standard Time
Time: 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
Contact us to attend this "invitation only" event.
“The only way to get
ahead and stay ahead in this challenging job market is to constantly distinguish
yourself from the competition by demonstrating great performance and maintaining
highly marketable skills.”
LOOKING FOR A JOB IN A TOUGH ECONOMY If you have been looking for a job over 30 days with no results it
may be time to do something different! The key to finding and keeping work in
tough times is the same as in good times: take action. Economic uncertainties
and fluctuations make it especially important for job seekers to learn how to
conduct an effective search and to be actively engaged in the process. If you
are looking for an internship or a full time position, you must be proactive.
Everybody needs help! That’s where the Job Search Work Team can help.
What is a Job Search Work Team?
A job search work team is:
a group of people committed to helping each other in job search by
keeping each other focused on key tasks and accountable for getting them done.
an advisory panel that knows you and your search and can provide good
answers to the questions that come up in job hunting.
an opportunity for job hunters to share information and information
sources, so everyone gets smarter about the job market.
a core network for its members.
a project management team.
a way to make the sometimes difficult job of job hunting easier and more
You are invited to attend the next Job Work Search Team meeting,
Tuesday, at 8 pm central. We will discuss each other's job search
experiences and plans, answer each other's questions and give each other
encouragement. We can exchange information about employers and the experiences
we have had with job fairs, conventions, trade shows and interviews. Feel free
to discuss what you have accomplished on your job search during the previous
week and your goals for the upcoming week.
--Come prepared with your 30 second elevator pitch!
Bring your tough job search questions to the meeting.