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Empowering Today's Professionals (ETP) in the News

Media: How ETP Members Land Jobs Quicker

Rod talks to WBLS radio personality, Dr. Bob Lee about running your career as a business   View Rod Colon ABC-TV Interview Sharing Job Search Tips   ETP founder, Rod Colon co-hosts Your Career is Calling radio show with Frank Kovacs, founder of TheBreakfastClubNJ.com   ETP CEO, Rod Colon explains how to Win the Race for 21st Century Jobs   New Jersey Jewish News highlights Rod Colon on Coping with hard times In an anxious job market

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  • March 07, 2008 12:35 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Listen to Rod Colon's full interview podcast on Smallbiz America with Adam J. Kovitz, CEO, Founder & Publisher of The National Networker.

    ETP Network Founder and CEO Rod Colon has a unique perspective on what it takes to succeed in today’s global economy. Rod shares his 24 years of experience as a corporate HR management insider, outside agency recruiter, professional networker and career coach through an unusual yet common sense approach to networking and career management.  Read more . . .

  • March 04, 2008 9:56 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Empowering Today's Professional (ETP) Network gives back to the community by introducing high school students to social networking

    Successful graduates of Cardinal Hayes High School collaborate to introduce student members of the Cardinal Hayes Investment Club to the art of making people connections through networking

    Bronx, NY, March 4, 2008: Leopoldo Benavides, Secretary of the Cardinal Hayes Alumni Association, ensures student members of the Investment Club at Cardinal Hayes High School, in the Bronx, receive a well-rounded education by being exposed to various topics outside of financial strategies. Recently, members learned how to expand their sphere of influence in making connections with people through the art of networking. This engaging presentation was given by Rod Colon, Cardinal Hayes graduate and founder of the Empowering Today's Professionals (ETP) Network. After the presentation, Investment Club members shared their appreciation with Rod. "Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences and knowledge of networking. I value your lesson and will try to begin building more and more relationships" offered one of the students.

    Over the last twelve months, a close relationship has developed between the Cardinal Hayes Alumni Association and the Empowering Today's Professionals (ETP) Network. The synergy has evolved thanks to the efforts of some Cardinal Hayes graduates and their active involvement in the ETP Network: Jose Despian is a lawyer, Frank Boughner, who was previously a guest speaker at an ETP networking event, is an educator, sports coach and President of the Cardinal Hayes Alumni Association, and Julio Barreto is a lobbyist and journalist. At a 2007 ETP Network event, Fr. Joseph Tierney, Cardinal Hayes High School President, spoke briefly about the importance of the Alumni Association's goal in attracting alumni from all ages back to the school and reminding them of their social responsibility for making the school better than graduates left it for the next generation of "Hayesmen". Rod Colon then built on that theme by stating "We have added to our goals that 2008 is the year of community service for our ETP membership. As a proud Cardinal Hayes graduate, I'm honored to be able to give back to a high school that provided me with a quality education, that contributed so powerfully to my success."

    About Empowering Today's Professionals (ETP) Network
    The mission of the ETP Network is to provide each member with an empowered career/business plan that leverages a powerful "trusted network." The ETP Network services provide each member with programs tailored to the professional and their ME, Inc. business. Key to a successful career management program is accomplishing the 4 ETP Goals (Ideal Job/Business, Career Backup Plan, Trusted Personal Network and Multiple Sources of Income).
    Email: Rod@etpnetwork.com
    Web: http://www.etpnetwork.com
    Tel: 732-367-5580

    About Cardinal Hayes High School Alumni Association
    The mission of the Alumni Association is to enhance, advance and promote the excellence of Cardinal Hayes High School. The Association seeks to inspire lifelong loyalty and pride among alumni and friends of Hayes by strengthening their relationship with Cardinal Hayes High School. Up Hayes and all its loyal men!

    Email: alumni@cardinalhayes.org
    Web: http://www.cardinalhayes.org
    Tel: (718) 292-6100


    Contact: Phyllis Shelton, Public Relations & Event Director
    IPower Global Solutions
    Tel: 201-222-5390
    Email: PRevents@Success4U2.net
  • October 17, 2007 1:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Read full article on Red Orbit

    The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group (HPNG) today announced to its members that it will be offering a new leadership development program from Turnaround Investment Partners, in addition to several new career development courses from Empowering Today's Professionals (ETP) network.

    As part of an ongoing commitment to providing value to its members, HPNG is expanding its monthly networking events to include membership packages for professionals who are preparing themselves for leadership positions. As a membership organization serving middle-management Latinos, providing development tools was the next logical step.  Read more . . .

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