Does your resume have what it takes to attract future employers while accurately demonstrating your skills? At the March 24 Career Lunch & Learn webinar, resume coach Robin Schlinger '78 will discuss key components and information to consider before drafting a resume. All too often, individuals write a resume without taking the prep time to strategically think through the document. According to Schlinger, this process is essential to formulating a clear narrative that highlights your accomplishments—which is what a potential employer wants to know.
The free, online webinar will be held from 12-1 p.m. EDT and is available to alumni new to the workforce, considering a career transition, or just eager to strengthen an existing resume. Learn more and register.
About Robin Schlinger '78 Robin Schlinger is a recognized leader in the Resume Writing and Career Coaching industry, a certified Federal Resume Writer (CFRW), Master Career Director (MCD), Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), Certified Master Resume Writer (CMRW), Certified Electronic Career Coach (CECC), Job and Career Transition Coach (JCTC), Entrepreneur Coach, and 360 Reach Branding Specialist.
Since 2001, Schlinger has been coaching clients and adding value to federal and civilian resumes and other career marketing documents which get her clients the interviews and the job offers they want. In 2006, she started her own company, Robin's Resumes® specializing in executive, technical, and federal resumes.
When Schlinger helps clients, she draws upon her previous career in industry and business. Prior to starting her practice, she worked as a Process, Research, and Quality Engineer and as a Planning Analyst for several Fortune 500 companies. She is an MIT alumna from the Class of 1978 who earned an SB in Chemical Engineering.