Bouncing Back After Job Loss

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Nov 18, 2011

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William Chichester, III
CLAS ’05

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William Chichester, III

If you or someone you know is seeking employment after a job loss, join William Chichester for an inspiring webinar on reinventing yourself, based on his perspective as a recruiter and from personal experience. Beginning with those first “now what?” moments, William provides support and pathways to self-discovery and career exploration. He will discuss common barriers to landing the job of your dreams , and offer practical, actionable steps to get from unemployed to hired.

Presenter Bio:

William Chichester, III, CLAS ’05, is a Senior Campus Recruiter for Capital One and passionate, free-lance career & college admissions coach to students, parents and professionals. Active in the community, William led the Ron Brown Scholar Alumni Association for two years and served on several non-profit boards including the United Way of Central Carolina’s Community Investment Council, the Madison House Alumni Council, and the Advisory Board for Olympic Community of Schools. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and an alumni spokesman of the Sallie Mae Fund’s Kids2College Program. On September 10, 2009, he appeared on BET for Viacom’s “Get Schooled” initiative. In 2010, William won the StartingBloc Social Innovation Fellowship for his commitment to social change and a full-ride scholarship to participate in Middlebury College’s world renowned Arabic Summer Language Institute, alma mater of the late Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown. In August 2010, he was awarded the Richard J. Riordan Fellowship, a program designed to educate, prepare, and motivate individuals to competitively apply and succeed in a top MBA program and a career in management. A first generation college graduate, William holds a BA in Foreign Affairs & Middle East Studies from the University of Virginia where he earned approximately $100,000 in scholarships & grants, the Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP) Fellowship and residency on The Lawn, one of UVA’s highest student honors. William also holds FINRA Series 7, 24 and 63 licenses and several human resources designations, including his PHR and CDR.