Are you a former Target employee?
Versique is hosting multiple one-hour Target Career Seminars on Thursday, March 26th, and you’re invited!
The Target Career Seminar will help you identify what makes you marketable and provide next steps for how to approach your future career. We will also discuss the state of the marketplace, the hidden job market, and companies that may be looking for people with your specific experience.
Versique’s Practice Director of CPG (consumer packaged goods), Jennifer Britton, will host the seminars and provide valuable insight on “what’s next.” Jennifer has almost two decades of CPG experience, including working for Fortune 500 companies calling on Target for many years prior to joining Versique’s team as an executive recruiter and leader of the CPG division.
You will have an opportunity to ask questions, network, and share resumes with the Versique team, which includes recruiters from the following practice areas: IT, HR, CPG, Sales, Digital Marketing, Engineering & Operations, Finance & Accounting, Executive Retained Search.
We welcome you to invite others you know who would benefit from the Target Career Seminars! Note: All seminars will provide the same helpful content. All information you provide below will be kept confidential.
Date: Thursday, March 26th
Time: See Below (3 different times available)
Address: Versique (Park Place West building)
6465 Wayzata Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55426
1st Floor Conference Room
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