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Class Description

Résumé Writing, Networking, & Interviewing Workshop

Next Date:November 6, 20199:15 am - 5:00 pm

Get the Notice of Employers and Recruiters

It’s time to move on—or maybe you’ve been “in transition” for too long. Either way, you need some input so that you know what others see when they look at your résumé, and what they hear when they interview you.

Participants will engage in a training session to improve and refine their résumés. Opportunities to engage in one-on-one Résumé Building & Review sessions can be offered as well.

Part I

  • Data Collection and Organization – assessing work/activities and IMPACT (results)
  • Success Story Format (Situation, Action, Results)
  • Writing With Impact – how to tie actions to results
  • Choosing The Right Words – transferable skills and powerful words
  • Sales 101 – How will these skills benefit the hiring person’s organization?

Part II

  • UB4I Writing (“YOU”/ “YOUR,” not “I,” “me,” “my”)
  • Reference list
  • Principles of networking
  • Cover Letter and Résumé Formats – margins, font, type size, small caps, etc.
  • Role Play – Mock Interviews

Participants will be able to:

  • Create a complete and correct résumé, a marketing device to attract attention, generate interest, describe accomplishments, and invite contact.
  • Discover, correct, and improve self-marketing messages, leading to a systematic assessment of specific work-related skills.
  • Examine transferable skills and increase personal alignment with prospective organizational mission and goals.

Format—Résumé Writing, Networking, & Interviewing Workshop is an 8-hour class for up to 10 people.

VENUE: Quest Workspaces
800 Third Avenue Suite 2800, New York, New York 10022   << See Google Map >>

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Details Price Qty
November 06, 2019 $830.50 (USD)  


I had the pleasure of attending one of Dr. Atkins’s presentations. Rich made an immediate connection with everyone in attendance and I found it to be one of the most enlightening, inspiring and true-to-life presentations that I have seen. Immediately, I was able to apply things learned or re-learned in his session to my work and continue to draw upon his session.

Gary Evans, Associate Director of Human ResourcesSUNY Cortland