Events and online webinars
Questions or comments to:
How to find out about events and
webinars sponsored by the HPAA and other HP-alumni-related
Join the HPAA at no
charge to receive HPAlumni Flash emails for US
Alumni once or twice a month.
2. Join the
HP social and professional networking groups
that fit your location and HP career.
(Operated by informal groups of
alumni around the world.) There is probably an informal online
group for each organization you have worked in -- including HP
acquisitions and spinoffs. For example, there are large groups
Compaq alumni. And there are many local clubs.
Content from recent HPAA events and
Seminars and presentations by experts on topics
of interest –
from an ex-HP perspective
The slide-and-audio videos
we produced from those webinars (including the Q-and-A segments)
are available online. (You need not be a member of
the HP Alumni Association to access.) YouTube
automatically optimizes video quality for your connection speed.
"Social Security" -- with an expert from the Social Security Administration. Video,
"Communicating with Credibility." Handout:
"Job Searching for the
Mature Worker." Video, including Q-and-A:
► "Building and Leveraging
Your LinkedIn Profile." Video,
Trainer and coach Sandra Clark explains to an HPAA audience on
how to really use LinkedIn. Among the practical answers in the
Q-and-A: How is a profile different from a résumé? How far back
should my job history go? How do I deal with skills and
► "Medicare Explained" plus
"Medicare for HP Retirees." Video,
For more mutual help on these topics
and many others, join the HP Alumni Association.
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or have a defined retirement or termination date. Thanks to the HPAA's Supporting Members, there is no
join the HPAA.
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