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Professional Resume Writing​

Where every comma can make a difference, your resume will be reviewed before the first draft and then edited to meet the expectations of a quality resume!

Style & organization

Your resume is the first and only impression you can make before an interview. It is imperative that your resume formatting and structure exceeds expectations of all potential employers.  Here are some key considerations when we evaluate your resume

  • Is your resume well organized?
  • Does the formatting of your resume effectively illustrate your accomplishments?

Have you included a professional summary to introduce your candidacy?

Writing & Mechanics

We cannot stress enough that spelling and grammatical errors lowers your chances of landing an interview. A hiring manager who sees these errors will assume that you are sloppy and not the right fit for the job. Let us help you simplify this process by enhancing your resume’s writing position to a professional who will add value to any organization.  Here are some key considerations to improve writing and mechanics:

  • Is the writing format clear, easy to understand and free of errors?

Does the resume have consistent grammatical tense, tone, and punctuations?

ATS Analysis

The automated tracking system is the beast that every organization uses to electronically handle recruitments and hiring needs. ATS analyzes a resume’s content into categories and then scans it for specific keywords to determine if the job application should be passed along to the recruiter. Its job is to essentially weed out unqualified applicants so the recruiter can devote his or her time for the most qualified candidates.  Our team and methodology are designed to BEAT the ATS so you can land the interview you always deserved.

LinkedIn Profile

A powerful LinkedIn profile gives you the ability to showcase your profile, expertise, recommendations, and connections. Not only is your profile the first professional impression for recruiters and employers but it also demonstrates credibility in your industry and highlights your achievements. Whether you are a college student, an aspiring professional, freelancer, entrepreneur, or are chasing a full-time career at a big company, LinkedIn can help you achieve your professional goals. Your LinkedIn profile is a virtual resume.
Meet Recruiters & Hiring Managers

Over 93% of recruiters use LinkedIn to research and recruit candidates for their respective companies. LinkedIn platform allows you to have an online personal brand which makes you visible to key decision makers and recruiters. This means when your name is put into a search engine such as google, you have an online personal brand, and you are appearing in search results.

Showcase your knowledge, skills, and expertise

Having a LinkedIn profile helps build trust with employers and recruiters as they can see your recommendations and connections and evidence of where you have added value.

Best research tool

Having a LinkedIn account also means that you can use the site to research companies, interviewers, recruiters, and hiring managers. This comes in handy for your interview preparation so you can view potential hiring manager’s profile.

LinkedIn as a Job Board

New opportunities exist throughout the LinkedIn site that may not exist on traditional job boards. You can directly apply for roles using LinkedIn apply, save job searches, as well as flagging to recruiters that you are open to hearing about opportunities.

Cover Letter

A cover letter is a one-page summary  that provides information about the position you’re applying for, your qualifications in relation to the position and why you’re the right fit to work for the respective company. A well-written cover letter can help you stand out from the rest of the competition.

A professionally written cover letter gives you the opportunity to elaborate on your professional story before getting the chance to interview with the hiring manager. While you get the chance to exhibit your qualifications for the job and explain what makes you a good fit, an employer gets to know more about you as a person.

In addition, a cover letter gives you the opportunity to define your personal brand and demonstrate what type of core values you can bring to the table.

There are seven sections that every cover letter should include to fit employer expectations and highlight your qualifications

  • Header
  • Greeting
  • Introduction
  • Qualifications
  • Values and Goals
  • Call to action
  • Signature

Interview Prep

Our career coaches are here to help you prepare for any professional interview. Practice is what makes you perfect but having a successful strategy makes you efficient. Our experts help you with

Qualifications will land you the interview but not necessarily the job. Whether your interview skills are rusty, it is not something you enjoy, or for reasons you are unaware of your interviews are not landing you the job, we can help. The average length of an interview is about 45 minutes, but some research has shown that hiring managers make their decision within the first 60 seconds of the interview.

What is said in the interview is part of the equation, but your presentation, body language, and other factors can often mean the difference between landing the job of your dreams and missing out. Getting the interview is difficult enough – let us help you nail it! Our team will help you practice your answers to common interview questions.  Common questions to practice for your interview

  • Can you explain some of the day-to-day responsibilities this job entails?
  • How would you describe the characteristics of someone who would succeed in this role?
  • What are the challenges you are currently facing in your role?

Remember to make a great first impression. Our team can help you prepare strategically for your next dream job interview!

Career Coaching

Whether you are choosing your first job or considering a change in career paths, a career coach can guide you through the process. Your career counselor will help you evaluate your skill set, identify your professional goals, and advise you about potential career matches.

Interviews are a critical step in the hiring process that give you the opportunity to make a strong first impression with employers. Our career coaches know that a compelling professional story forms the foundation of a great interview and will help you identify and articulate your story

Your job coach can also advise you on the structure of an interview, effective answers for common questions and the uses of body language to give the best impression. They offer comprehensive tips for a successful interview and guide you through the follow-up process.

Here are some common use cases for career Coaching:

  • You do not know where to begin. If you are uncertain about what to do with your college major or want to learn more about your career options, a job coach can help. Talk with a career coach to get resources and advice that will help you get started.

  • You are not happy with your field. If you are looking for something different than what your industry offers, a career coach can help you navigate your professional passion so you will know how to get more out of your current job or decide which field might be a better fit

  • You no longer have a defined career path. While you might have started out with a career path in mind, it is normal for your long term-goals to change. A career coach can help you map out a career path, so you feel more in control of your professional goals and aspirations.

You seek advice on current career progression. If you want to optimize your potential for growth, you could benefit from career coaching. An experienced job coach can help you explore options for advancement and advise you on how to get the most out of your career.

We are here for you every step of the Way

Have a Question ?

Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions about our services