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Presentation: Job Search Tips: The Resume, Cover Letter and ATS

Thursday, 6/30/2022
10:00 - 11:30

If you want your resume to earn you an invitation to the job interview, you need to start with the first step, which is not sitting down and writing about yourself. What is the first step in writing a resume? Know to whom you are writing and what they need. So we begin with how to decode or analyze the job description so that you can find the proper keywords, develop a targeted resume and cover letter and get it through the Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Join us for tips to make this work. Presented by David G. Robins. 

Robins is the Senior Instructor – Job Search Accelerator (JSA) Program at JVS-San Francisco. He has been an instructor in job search skills for over 10 years and is also a Career Advisor. His background includes experience in large multi-national companies, small and medium size companies, non-profits and government. He earned his certificate as a Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP) from the international Association of Talent Development. 

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