Did you know the average recruiter spends less than 11 seconds "looking" a resume?
Imagine that all of your experience gets a fraction of a minute to stand out.
Well written resumes are like first-class tickets when traveling, it gets you to the front of the line before anyone else, which is important in the era of LinkedIn, recruiters, and hiring managers.
You didn't graduate from school and go through all those years of perfecting your craft to stand and wait at the back of the line. There are two types of resume piles, the "yes" pile, where you ultimately need to be, and the "oh my no" pile.
We want you in the "yes' pile brown girl! We will get you there with step-by-step instructions, resume templates, and a Thanksgiving plate worth of downloadable resources.
What's in the course?
- Video training on the strategy behind tailoring your resume to a specific position, including action verb cheatsheets
- Full breakdowns of the worst resume mistakes you can make that prevent you from being invited to interview for said position
- Format training on setting up an aesthetically pleasing resume, and a breakdown of the pros and cons of the three common resume types.
- Cheatsheets and worksheets to help you plan engaging and specific content for your resume!
This course is for you if:
You're currently job searching or about to begin
You've been applying for jobs, but you're not making it to the interview stage. Yes you're amazing but your resume isn't translating that.
You like to stay ahead of the curve
You look at your resume all the time because you know new opportunities can arrive at any moment and you want to be ready.
I lead Real Brown Girls, an online platform that helps women professional women of color find success in their careers. I began Real Brown Girls after helping countless friends navigate through their job searches, interviews, and typical office drama. After helping hundreds of women and men navigate the space, coupled with my own experience in professional settings, I figured out to propel from entry level to mid level and beyond. Most of us spend years in school but never quite learn how to navigate the professional space. As a former educator, current program director and professional development trainer, I know how to give real authentic advice for women of color looking to advance. I'm here for you. Join me!