Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 18, 2015 · Page E9
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page E9

Rochester, New York
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Sunday, October 18, 2015
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Democrat and Chronicle | CLASSIFIED • Sunday, October18,2015 • (585) 454-1111 | 9E Request for Proposal TheRochesterHousingAuthority(RHA) will accept sealed proposals for RentalAssistanceDemonstration(RAD) andPhysicalConditionAssessment (RPCA), Rochester New York, until : Wednesday,November11,2015@ 3:00 pm ProposalPackagesmaybeobtained bydownloadingtheRFPoffour, workingwithus,bidopportunities,ac- ceptingtheconditionsandbyfillingout thejobregistration.Failuretoregister may render your proposal invalid. TheRHAreservestherighttoreject anyorallproposalsorwaiveanyinfor- malityortechnicalityinanyproposal deemedtobeintheinterestofthe Owner.BidsmaybeheldbytheRHA foraperiodoftimenottoexceed120 daysfromthedateofcloseofreceipt of Proposals. The Rochester Housing Authority 0000792317-01 BY SUSAN RICKER CAREERBUILDER W ork conferences are like double-edged swords:They offer great opportunities to enrich your industry knowledge and expand your professional network, but Xguring out the Xnancial and travel logistics and sometimes attending boring sessions with stale information can make the experience less than desirable.To get the most out of your work conference, follow these Xve tips. 1. Plan your fact-finding mission. Why are you attending this conference? Are you part of a group or team participating as vendors or sponsors? Do you have goals for sign-ups or potential clients? Are you focusing on education and career resources to do your job better? Will you be expected to present on your conference takeaways once you’re back in the office? Meeting with your manager ahead of time to plan out why you’re attending the conference and what will be expected of you in addition to your attendance will help you focus your time while there. 2. Discuss the expenses and logistics. A big headache that can go along with attending work conferences is submitting your travel expenses, only to Xnd out not everything is being covered by your employer. To avoid any issues, discuss with your manager the budget you’ll be allotted while traveling and attend- ing the conference, as well as any daily stipend you may be given.Also, if traveling internationally, you may need different forms of ID or veriXca- tion on your trip. Do your research so you don’t encounter a problem while abroad. 3. Prepare a new elevator speech. An elevator speech is a quick summary — less than 30 seconds — of your profession and responsibilities. It’s how you usually introduce yourself at a conference or networking event, but after meeting a ton of new people, it can be easy to stop hearing people’s introductions or making your own sound memorable. That’s why you should upgrade your elevator speech for the conference.Try including a playful joke about your industry or offering a helpful reminder to pronounce your name; you’ll be more memorable than if you simply state your name and job title. 4. Schedule must-see events. The conference’s headlining events, most-anticipated speakers and highly sought-after parties will Xll up quickly, so your Xrst priority should be choosing the program highlights that are most important to you, scheduling out your day and registering for those events. Also leave time in your day for follow-up meetings and one-on-ones with new connections you’ve made. After attending the must-see events, you’ll have plenty to talk about with new acquaintances, so be sure to invite your seatmates and new friends from the seminar out for follow-up coffee or drinks.They may have tickets to events you’ve been trying to get into, or they may introduce you to their connections.This accomplishes two goals that go along with attending a conference: expanding your network and having a good time. 5. Take a SWAG tour. Conferences and trade shows usually have vendors that promote their products or services by offering up SWAG, or “stuff we all get,” for guests who sign up for demos or mailing lists. You can score free T-shirts, coffee mugs, phone chargers, granola bars, chips or drinks.And, depending on the conference’s theme or industry, the giveaways could get fancier than that. In between seminars or panels, take a SWAG tour to break up the day and get some free stuff. It’s a small but fun perk. 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