Wednesday, May 04, 2016
Career Building Event
Resumes and Cover Letters
Do any on the list below sound like they apply to a Facility Manager ??
Aren't we always begging for an opportunity to explain what it is we do and why it's important for the company?
1. To Ensure Client Loyalty
2. To Attract New Clients Or Customers
3. To Improve Or Maintain Status In An Industry Or Field
4. To Provide Job Security
5. To Obtain A Raise
6. To Confirm Self-Worth
7. To Identify Gaps In Skills, Knowledge, Or Abilities
8. To Find A New Job
9. To Find A New Opportunity
Here is your chance to create something polished and professional that not only explains the successes of your department and the value it brings to your organization, but could get you a raise, or larger budget, or the opportunity to hire better staff!
Whether you're new to the working world, you haven't visited your resume in years (or decades), or you have recently been laid off, how about learning some tips to make your resume strong so you get an interview! Who doesn't want a strong resume in their back pocket when life throws you a curve ball or an exciting new opportunity appears, and you find yourself looking at a career change?!
What impression does your resume and cover letter make?
In this session, we will give you tips on how to craft and improve your resume and cover letters. We’ll also discuss the rationale and uses of these important documents as part of your communications strategy.
Speaker: Bart Nichols
Bart has focused his career on developing and growing people in organizations through individual consultation, classroom facilitation and project management. His focus has been on maximizing the potential of each individual and organization he works with. Through his ability to quickly assess needs and help create solutions, he is able to provide value to clients while at the same time achieving excellent results within his areas of responsibility.
He has not only taught and updated existing courses, but developed courses such as LinkedIn to meet the changing needs of career transition clients. He has project managed career centers with a focus on establishing relationships with local employers to build long term customer relationships that help to ensure a consistent outcome for career transition success with the clients he serves.
Registration and More Information: Click here to see who is attending
Lunch is provided.
Free parking for guests is available in the open surface parking lots
Due to catering, deadline to RSVP is 12:00 noon Monday, May 2nd.