Most recruiters spend less than 7 seconds on any resume that comes across their desk, and often the ones that end up in the "reviewed" pile instead of the "short-list" pile end up never being looked at again.
Sadly, the reason a resume is rejected or weeded out is often due to poor construction and lack of focus.
I'd like to help you get your resume into the right pile.This quick course is packed with tips on how to ensure your
resume is current, relevant and worthy of real and careful consideration.
Upon completion, you will have eliminated key mistakes that cause a resume to be rejected, and you will be ready to starting sending it out.
I loved this course! It was so easy to do in my own time and in my own home. Jenn's style of teaching is friendly and informative and very easy to follow. I honestly thought my resume was decent, but this course pointed out so many little things that I would have never thought of and now I feel very confident applying for jobs. Can't wait for more courses just like it. Thanks! ~ Kayla Heyblom, Early Childhood Educator
Jenn spent 23 years teaching communication skills to college students, helping them to transition from student to employee in the healthcare field. She is a writer and the author of "What They See: How to Stand Out and Shine in Your New Job", and speaks to audiences all over North America.
She is a coach, a skilled facilitator, creator/host of a podcast called Careers by Jenn that focuses on career and self-growth topics. Jenn has a BC Provincial Instructor's Diploma, a Master's Degree in Public and Pastoral Leadership, is certified as a conflict coach, and (when not online) is serving a vibrant and growing congregation as an ordained United Church of Canada minister.
On Sundays, she can be found preaching on the shores of Burrard Inlet in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
And she loves dogs. A lot.
And chips. And chocolate.
Awesome course Jenn! I learned a lot, I will use the information I took away from this course when I restructure my resume! ~ Conner Mica
My biggest take-away was the use of better words on my resume and cover letters. I really struggle with determining my accomplishments and presenting them in a measurable way. Thanks! ~ Robin Woolmer