You are invited to a Free 30 minute webinar – FREE!
Veterans – How to Write a Resume for Corporate America! Wed. evening Feb. 4th, 7 pm ET with Kathryn Troutman – Live and In Person!
Learn about Keywords for Private Industry Resumes!
Kathryn Troutman, Author, Military to Federal Career Guide will show you how to Find Keywords in a Job Announcement… Make a Short List of those Keywords …. Compare them to your Resume … and ADD them into your resume.
Using the Top 100 Military-Friendly website, Kathryn Troutman, author of the Military to Federal Career Guide, will show you how to analyze job announcements for Corporate America Jobs and how to match your resume toward these positions.
Registration Web Link: http://tinyurl.com/vetresumes
TESTIMONIALS FOR THE WEBINAR: rave reviews !!!
Just wanted to say thanks for providing the webinar. Based off your webinar and from others, tailoring the resume is key to getting it through the online application process. Looking for words that are repeated along with specific skills from the job announcement should also be included on the resume. Additionally, accomplishments should also stand out and be noteworthy to keep the readers’ attention and draw them into the rest of the resume. I look forward to more of your webinars and thanks again.
Thank you for offering these series of webinars for free. I learned that there was a website of the top 100 Military-Friendly Corporations. I didn’t think of networking within my own group of friends, families, prior colleagues. You provided more insight of using Linkedin, I understand the value of being on that website. Using the keywords from an announcement in my resume.
This is Sam. I asked the question about how to identify key words. I think you explained the process to the point that at least I can pick out the “key words” from the repetitive use in the announcement. Also identifying the strong nouns and verbs that stand out. This was my first webinar and it was very interesting. I am trying to learn everything I can because I am transitioning from the USCG after twenty years. Thanks for the class/course and I look fwd to the next one.