Imagine you are a hiring manager, receiving hundreds of resumes a day. Which resume would you remember? The one that says...
or the one that says...
Contrary to the title of this class, a resume isn't meant to be the story of your life. It's also not meant to get you a job. A resume is what gets you an interview.
By adding details and identifying accomplishments instead of listing day-to-day tasks, its easy to turn a lackluster resume into one that employers can't ignore.
In this class, you'll:
Even if you are confident with your resume, a few fresh eyes never hurt--we'll also be doing partner and group work to make sure you get feedback and insight from a variety of perspectives.
Whether you are a recent college graduate trying to land your first job or a young professional with a few years of experience but looking to make a career move, this class is for you.
What you'll need to make the most of this class:
What you'll come away with:
Director of Communications, public sector
I graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA three years ago and am now the Director of Communications for a study abroad marketing company. I frequently facilitate workshops and discussions on how to translate international experience for resumes.
My insights come from several years ...view full bio