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Resume workshops are free and all are welcome. The purpose is to inspire and energize participants by introducing insights and expertise that expand possibilities to showcase strengths, talents, and capabilities within the resume format. Attendees will leave eager to apply new ideas and with greater confidence in taking next steps toward preparing a resume that engages reviewers and leads to more interviews. The leader is an expert in preparing resumes, cover letters, and related presentations. The format is informal to allow sharing tips and reactions among people in the group. Attendees' resumes are critiqued at the workshops as time allows. Reviewing resumes as a group demonstrates ideas ranging from novel to traditional that may be adopted to strengthen participants' career change searching.

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Resumes: Makeover Clinic Berkeley Public Library (In Person)

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Time for a breakthrough ? A sunrise? New horizons? Join an immersive "work party" for a resume recheck, makeover, and redo ideas plus guidance on prioritizing your next career focus. The makeover clinic will cover resumes for re-entry, up-leveling, gap issues, transition from freelancer to employment, and moving on to your preferred organization and career path. Bring your resume, computer if you'd like, and a job posting or two you'd feel are ideal. No promise of a total transformation, but we'll do our best to get you on track and ready to step up the pace toward your successful job search.

Let's inspire and strengthen each other with our insights. For questions email me at [masked]. You may find my contact information on LinkedIn (Marilyn Tullius). My contact information is also on the Contact tab of my website at https://deltastrategies.com

Here's the schedule:
11:00 -- Check in and introductions using Zoom
11:20 -- Workshop discussion with examples on slides
1:00 -- End Zoom session, but continue with Q&A for a bit

The themes that drive resume effectiveness and the critiques include showing your strengths, emphasizing problems you can solve, and highlighting your potential to add value. You will learn to include challenges you have met and accomplishments that have achieved goals. Attendees typically raise questions about handling work gaps and transitioning to a new industry, new level, new job function, new degree/certification, and more.

This free workshop focuses on the interests of participants and is intended to help in taking next steps with better results. The leader has written more than 2000 custom resumes across industries, job functions and experience levels. Learn more about resume services by clicking on the leader's website. https://deltastrategies.com/

Resumes: Re-Entry and Transitioning

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Know the right steps to build into your plan. Your experience as a professional or executive provides a solid launchpad. You may not need to revert to entry level as you transition in your career, but you do need to assert your performance capability and value. Training, certificates, and volunteer experience are ways to catch up. Learning to navigate the current job market can help along with conveying your valuable people skills. If you are applying online, and even if you are thoroughly networked, you need to show enough of the right key words and have enough of the right hard skills to pass through your resume's digital screening, which eliminates most resumes. Above all, you need to be relevant to recruiters and hiring managers by emphasizing your value, challenges met, initiatives led, changes implemented, and differences you've made.

Let's inspire and strengthen each other with our insights. We'll use Zoom for our Workshop. Note the Zoom link on this site or email me at [masked] to request the link. For any problems you may also reach me at[masked] or you may find my contact information on LinkedIn (Marilyn Tullius). My contact information is also on the Contact tab of my website at https://deltastrategies.com

Here's the schedule:
5:00 -- Check in and introductions using Zoom
5:20 -- Workshop discussion with examples on slides
6:15 -- End Zoom session, but continue with Q&A for a bit

The themes that drive resume effectiveness and the critiques include showing your strengths, emphasizing problems you can solve, and highlighting your potential to add value. You will learn to include challenges you have met and accomplishments that have achieved goals. Attendees typically raise questions about handling work gaps and transitioning to a new industry, new level, new job function, new degree/certification, and more.

This free workshop focuses on the interests of participants and is intended to help in taking next steps with better results. The leader has written more than 2000 custom resumes across industries, job functions and experience levels. Learn more about resume services by clicking on the leader's website. https://deltastrategies.com/

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Resumes: Best Practices 2022

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