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With all the rapid changes in technology, it’s really hard to keep your skills current. Or maybe you are trying to re-enter the workforce and you need to catch-up with skills needed for today’s workforce. In either case, what skills do you need and how do you get them? I saw this article 5 Things You Should Be Doing If You’re Unemployed on careerealism.com and thought that it would be great to pass it along.

The article lists the following 5 things that you should be doing:

  1. Volunteer
  2. Keep Your Skills Current
  3. Network
  4. Freelance
  5. Build a online presence

We can certainly help you at Tech Day Camp! We have over 30 workshops to help you keep you skills current, it is naturally a great networking event and we have a ton of social media sessions to help you build a great online presence. You can see all the great workshops here. And with a special $79 unemployed rate how much better can it get?

Photos TDC 2011

An Introverts Superstar – Tech Day Camp

Reason # 15 to attend Tech Day Camp – An Introverts Superstar 

So you’re and introvert and really don’t like going to conferences and networking events.  I’m right there with you!  One of our superstars is Diane Darling, a self-proclaimed introvert and author of Effective Networking.  So in addition to all the great workshops at Tech Day Camp there will be plenty of opportunities to network with other introverts (and some extraverts), or you can just spend your time between workshops at the help desk with your individual questions.

Thanks to Jim Spencer, Bobbie Carlton, Anne Johnson, Diane Darling, Tim Stansky, Allison Every, and Reiko Beach for their acting, Media Makers New Hampshire for making the video happen, Additional Thanks to Matt & Shea from 3 Thought Creative for the phenomenal graphics and design. TRB Design, Inc. for the 2D After Effects intro.  Filmed at Podcamp Boston 2011.

Best Birthday Present Ever – Tech Day Camp

Reason # 27 to attend Tech Day Camp – Best Birthday Present Ever.

So you got a smartphone for your birthday – great – how the heck do you make a phone call on it!  When I got my first iphone I just looked at it and hoped there were a lot of instructions because it wasn’t immediately obvious how to make a call!  (I think the instructions were in the phone…)  Tech Day Camp is a great place to get as smart as your phone.  With several workshops to teach you all about it, and a help center to get one on one help if you need more.

Thanks to Laurie a Couture (laurieacouture.com) and Bernard Buzzell (B-Creative) for their acting, Media Makers New Hampshire for making the video happen, and Matt & Shea from 3 Thought Creative for the phenomenal graphics and design. TRB Design, Inc. for the 2D After Effects intro.

Tech Day Camp Saves Daddy

Reason # 72 to attend Tech Day Camp – Save Daddy.

Many of us have been there…Tim the Toolman Taylor mentality thinking technology is awesome.  Whether we know how to use it or not.  Have you ever given what you think is a great gift without thinking it all the way through?  Here is a solution to complete the gift!

Thanks to Lisa Morrissey (The Toolbox Inc. Communication Director) and Jennifer for their re-enactment, Matt & Shea from 3 Thought Creative for the phenomenal graphics and design. TRB Design, Inc. for the 2D After Effects intro.

Feel Confidence – Tech Day Camp

Reason # 43 to attend Tech Day Camp – Feel Confidence.

With technology, especially mobile technology being so prevalent today, learn great technology skills that you are confident to use even in public.

Thanks to Ja-Nae Duane (Keynote Speaker) for her modeling skills, Matt & Shea from 3 Thought Creative for the phenomenal graphics and design. TRB Design, Inc. for the 2D After Effects intro.

Feel Better – Reason #57 to go to Tech Day Camp

Reason # 57 to attend Tech Day Camp – Feel Better.

With technology rapidly changing here is a great way to keep up or learn important skills.

Thanks to Jeff Cutler and Ja-Nae (both TechDayCamp Speakers) for their acting skills, Matt & Shea from 3thought for the phenomenal graphics and design. TRB Design, Inc. for the 2D After Effects intro.