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Write a Resume Without Going Crazy (Pt 3): Cover Letters That Pop!

All job seekers

CLASS 3: Is your cover letter really selling you or does it fall flat? Most importantly, is it standing apart from all the other applicants who are simply just repeating what is on their resume? There is an actual art to cover letters. When done properly, they can clearly show a company and hiring manager that you are the best candidate without seeming arrogant or pushy. Learn the basic rules for cover letters as well as some creative variations to really “pop” and add the wow factor. But what to do when HR won’t allow you to submit your cover letter? Instructor Donna Shannon will show you how to get your materials directly to the hiring managers. After all, they are the REAL audience for your cover letter. INCLUDED WITH THE CLASS: - Downloadable handouts and worksheets OPTIONAL (additional fees apply): - Copy of Donna Shannon’s book, “Get a Job Without Going Crazy” (available in Kindle or Paperback formats) - Professional editing for your new resume Teacher, author, and career coach Donna Shannon has been helping people land jobs since 2004. Her proven resume writing tools help clients across the country get more interviews and land jobs quicker. Her company The Personal Touch Career Services is one of the top-rated resume services on Google for the Denver area. As one of Denver’s top resume writers and career coaches, we have helped literally thousands of people land a job that they love. With this workshop series, you will learn exactly how to write an effective resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile – all WITHOUT going crazy! NOTE: Meeting link shared upon payment.

Virtual event

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Timezone: UTC-6 (check your local time here)

Registration required? Yes

Cost: $24.00

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