Posts Tagged: resume

How to Create a Success Portfolio That Will Win Over Interviewers

By Lily Whiteman, author of “How to Land a Top-Paying Federal Job”; speaker on career issues; twitter: @Lilymwhiteman Although it doesn’t say so on the invitation, every job interview is really a Bring Your Own Success Portfolio —BYOSP—event. What is a success portfolio? A collection of tangible materials that validates your qualifications and proves thatRead… Read more »

Government-ize Your Resume

If you’re considering applying for your first federal job (or if you’re hunting for a new one), don’t plan on using a traditional resume. There are a number of specific things the feds are looking for that don’t usually apply to the private sector. What follows are some tips on how to rework your resumeRead… Read more »

Resume Secret Revealed

Many people think its your resume that gets you a job. It’s not. A resume is not meant to get you a job, it’s meant to get your foot in the door. The interview gets you the job. So before sending resumes, if you’re looking to switch companies, get to know a little about theRead… Read more »

How to Write a Pathways Federal Resume – Join the RoundTable tomorrow

Please join us on FedTalk Radio to discuss Pathway applications. I’ll be discussing the Federal Resume format that will be the best for current students and recent graduates! Information: January 25, 2013 — In 2011, the Office of Personnel Management proposed new rules that would help students and recent graduates obtain federal positions. TheRead… Read more »

7 Tricks & Tips for Your Federal Resume – Free Webinar with Kathryn Troutman

Registration Web Link: Federal Resume Writing is challenging in this competitive federal job market. Learn about Federal Resume Guidebook author’s favorite 7 Tips and Tricks to help you get Best Qualified, Referred, Interviewed and Hired. 7 Tips and Tricks – Federal Career Training Stories from Kathryn 1.Holloman AFB – Resilience Keywords and Examples 2.USFSRead… Read more »