Transformative resume building and interview coaching for college seniors

HENRY – Class of 2014

Henry’s story of his first years of employment includes realizing in his senior year that his major wasn’t right for him. Again, I wish he was standing in front of you to tell his story. But even in print it inspires and is full of great advice.

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STEFF – Class of 2014

What I hope you take away from this is that it’s okay not to know what you want. And it’s okay not to like the first (or five) things you try. Every experience offers something valuable and the best thing you can do is to speak to how it made you better.

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Confidence

When we most need confidence is during the times of transition and change. It’s the in-between times of uncertainty where we need the tools to tap into our confidence. In between college graduation and landing your first job is one of those times.

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Telling Your Story

Being able to tell your story, a story that goes beyond the black and white presentation of your resume is what sets you apart from the other interviewees who claim similar skills and educational credentials.

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