A typical "student resume" will not do if you want to land interviews for the best jobs. Employers often prefer some past experience, as this reduces the risk associated with hiring new graduates — so the challenge every new graduate faces is getting that real world experience. Moreover, student resumes can all look the same, so it is essential to distinguish yourself from the others.
We will use a special treatment called an Academic Skill Conversion™ that converts the skills and experience you've gained in school into an experiential presentation that is qualitative, not quantitative, and to which the employer can relate positively. You do have experience — in the form of practicum — along with solid skills from your education.
Our proprietary skill analysis questionnaire SkillNet™ will draw out appropriate skills and experience in your education, along with any transferable skills that may be applicable from any past work experience. We will then create, based upon your objectives, a distinguishing document that enables you to stand out from your peers.[x]
Having completed a military career, you have a unique set of skills and capabilities to offer. Your skills are desirable to a civilian employer — if they clearly understand how your skills relate to their environment and requirements. Often, however, employers find it difficult to understand how your military skills relate to their needs. When an employer does not understand relevant aspects of your history, the employer will quickly move on to another resume to which they can easily relate.
As an experienced professional, you need a carefully developed presentation demonstrating both the depth and breadth of your expertise. You need to be appropriately portrayed as having the skill set to meet new challenges in a civilian environment and the ability to be a team player in any type of organization.
We will apply a specialized Military-to-Civilian Conversion™ treatment that converts your military history — such as job titles, skills, and experience — into civilian terminology for a compelling resume to which a civilian employer can positively relate.
Our proprietary skill analysis questionnaire SkillNet™ will draw out appropriate areas of your background that, depending upon your circumstances, will include your military experience, training, and academic and vocational skills. You may also include a previously prepared resume and other documents. We will then determine which elements to showcase to support your transition to a civilian career.[x]
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"Your resume worked like a charm... I landed a much better job due to it. THANKS SO MUCH!!"K.Y., Ridgefield Park, NJ
Writing a resume is a comprehensive and personalized process. Creating a resume, curriculum vitae (CV), or even a cover letter involves drawing out your unique experience, skills, achievements, and abilities while employing specific industry strategies to focus on keywords and your career goals. We will craft a powerful marketing document that leverages your strengths, minimizes potential screen-out factors, and maximizes your opportunities.