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Building Your Resume.pptx

  1. Building Your Resume Janeka Peace​
  2. Agenda Introduction Pre-Post Test Primary goals Areas of growth Summary Presentation title 2
  3. Introduction Building your resume is a reflection of yourself. It speaks to the hiring manager that you are equipped, knowledgeable, and organized. What does your resume say about you? Presentation title 3
  5. Business opportunities are like buses. There's always another one coming. “ Richard Branson ”
  6. Meet our team Takuma Hayashi​ President Mirjam Nilsson​ Chief Executive Officer Flora Berggren​ Chief Operations Officer Rajesh Santoshi​ VP Marketing Presentation title 6
  7. Meet our extended team Takuma Hayashi​ President Graham Barnes VP Product Mirjam Nilsson​ Chief Executive Officer Rowan Murphy SEO Strategist Flora Berggren​ Chief Operations Officer Elizabeth Moore Product Designer Rajesh Santoshi​ VP Marketing Robin Kline Content Developer Presentation title 7
  8. Areas of focus Education • Higher Education vs. HS Education • What about, no college education? • Does your education depend on the position you applied for? Experience • What type of work history do you have? • Are you intermediate, advanced, or expert in your field • How many years does your experience reflect? Presentation title 8
  9. Market Yourself Presentation title 9 No Work Experience • Reflect on your Personal Skills & Personality • Education • Do you belong to a school club, organization, volunteer? If not, join one (start with a community event CV {Curriculum Vitae} • Paragraph your Life • A brief description about your education. Training, courses, knowledge, credentials, qualifications
  10. Cover Letters Presentation title 10 • Write a cover letter for each job you apply for • Explain why you are writing • How are you qualified • Appreciation for consideration • Proper headings (Dear Hiring Manager, etc. ..) • Include particular skills & requirements that the employer is seeking • Do NOT repeat what is in your resume • Always stay professional (close the letter with proper closings; Best, best Regards, respectfully, Sincerely, Thank you, etc) • Be Brief, but show Personality • Add your signature, address, LinkedIn, & phone number if you are sending it via email • Review it before sending (any grammatical errors) • How to include disabilities ( The cover is the first impression. A cover letter is where you stand out the most.
  11. Summary Building a Professional Portfolio Presentation title 11
  12. Thank you Janeka Peace jpeace3@gulfcoast.ed u 850. 769. 1551 ext. 2829