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Cover Letters and Resumes Should Complement Each - Here's How



There’s lots of online advice available and yet one of the most frequent job-search issues mentees ask me about is around writing Cover Letters. There is a common feeling that the cover letter is repetitive with the information already in their tailored resume.

Our webinar on Cover Letters and Resumes: What to Include and Where will take you through each document and identify what information goes where along with real-world examples.

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This webinar complements information in these Boost Your Career webinars:
·       Yes, You Do Have Experience…Here's How to Show It (Part 1)
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·       I Really DO Have Experience (Part 2)
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Topic
Full URL
Bitly link
Rnd 1
2018 Webinars


1
Effective Networking
-How do I network effectively?
-How do I build a professional network?
-How do I maintain and continue with my network contacts?
https://bit.ly/2WpXUf8
2
No Reply (Is Anyone Out There?)
-Why don’t I get responses to job applications or networking/outreach?
-What you can and can’t do (control)
  o   Causes
  o   Solutions
https://bit.ly/2HKeZxo
3
Why Do I Need a Resume and a CV?
-What’s the difference between a Résumé (or Resume) and a CV?
-Why do I need both?
-What version of my resume do I need to keep?
https://bit.ly/2CPnWje
4
Yes, You Do Have Experience…Here's How to Show It (Part 1)
-How can I demonstrate my value if I don’t have XX years of experience?
-What if…
   o …I don’t really have any/much experience for getting a job/the job I want?
   o …I haven’t worked much? (I went straight from high school to undergrad to graduate school)
   o    …I want to make a job change and only have limited experience?
5
I Really DO Have Experience (Part 2)
-What if…
   o …I don’t really have any/much experience for getting a job/the job I want?
   o …I haven’t worked much? (I went straight from high school to undergrad to graduate school)
https://bit.ly/2UoSUWp
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I Have a Job Offer. Now What?
-What constitutes a job offer?
What can I negotiate if the job offer isn’t what I expected?
https://bit.ly/2MDNIv3
Rnd 2
2019 Webinars
Full URL
Bitly link
1A
What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 1-Before and During the Gap
-Planned and unplanned gaps
-What Can You Do Before and During the Gap

1B
What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 2-Re-entry or Continued Gap
-Get Out and About and Be Seen
-Gap Reasons: Tips and Scripts
https://www.gotostage.com/channel/5117533204124515078/recording/7b12cb32149e45c8aadbb0f93b0ea68e/watch?source=CHANNEL
2
Job Transitions: Voluntary or Not
-Changing jobs or getting a new job (finally)
- Who to let know and when/how
https://www.gotostage.com/channel/5117533204124515078/recording/24909b2941a349fa90650340e2c9832d/watch?source=CHANNEL

3
Showing and Rating Your Skills
-What are skills?
-How to demonstrate your value
4
Cover Letters and Resumes: What to Include and Where
-Content for resume vs cover letter
-How to adapt without repetitive content
https://www.gotostage.com/channel/5117533204124515078/recording/d6486ca973fd4d9bb2536d73d5b0e90a/watch?source=CHANNEL
https://bit.ly/2msB357
             

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