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:
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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 of experience screening resumes for entry level positions and fellowships, and seeing how quickly the mediocre ones make it to the garbage. As a young professional myself, seeing the hiring process from the other side of the table has been enlightening and has taught me things I wish I knew the last time I was applying for a job! So now I want to pass on the inside tips to you.
While my experience is mainly with the nonprofit and small business hiring process, the tips and tricks I've collected are transferrable to any field.