Resume Workshop with Ashley Watkins

Resume Reboot Workshop

Do you struggle to figure out what keywords to include in your resume?

Do you need help with your resume design elements?

Do you know how to showcase your value to potential employers?

The Camden County Library District is pleased to present a FREE workshop collaborating with Brainfuse JobNow, and Ashley Watkins geared to help community members improve their resumes. 

The workshop will cover three (3) key areas to help you reboot your resume:

  • How to create a keyword-rich resume that hiring managers find so irresistible, they’d be crazy not to make the call;
  • What design elements draw the reader’s attention to your skills, competencies, and results;
  • Strategies for showcasing your value, so you land more interviews and higher-paying positions.

The Resume Reboot Workshop will take place on Thursday, April 21, at 2 p.m. PST/5 p.m. EST. Attendees must register. Space is limited.

Registration Link:

The email address requirement is for the registration confirmation, reminder, and post-workshop survey. Your email address and contact information will not be used to market directly to you or for any other purposes.

Ashley Watkins is a Job Search Coach, Nationally Certified Resume Writer (NCRW), and Nationally Certified Online Profile Expert (NCOPE) with Write Step Resumes in the Birmingham, AL. She is a former corporate recruiter of 15 years and handled talent acquisition for multimillion-dollar banking, manufacturing, and nonprofit organizations. Today, she partners with frustrated job seekers to teach them leading-edge job search strategies for landing more interviews and six-figure job offers at Fortune 500 brands. Ashley has earned several industry accolades, including 2019 LinkedIn Top Voice (Careers and Job Search Experts), 2019 Top 8 Resume Writing Services – The Balance Careers, and Jobscan’s 2019 Top Job Search Experts to Follow on LinkedIn. She also served as a National Resume Writer’s Association board member for two years.

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