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Transform your Resume!

Posted on April 10, 2013 at 1:46 PM

Do you need to create or revamp a résumé? In the INSPIRE databases there is help. The Build a Résumé tab can help you create a “professional resume that outlines your qualifications and highlights your skills and accomplishments.” Whether you need one for a new job, federal employment, or college applications, there are different styles available to guide you in creating the perfect résumé for your needs.

To get started, go to the Testing & Education Reference Center and select the tab titled Career Tools. Scroll down to Build a Résumé, click on Start Now, and then register by creating a User Name and Password. 

Once you enter your information and choose a design, the résumé builder will expertly format the résumé. When it is finished, you can print copies of the Word document, save it to your computer or on a flash drive. It is also recommended that you email the résumé to yourself. This allows you to see how it will look when you email the finished product to a potential employer. Your résumé can also be saved on the website. 



Tags: INSPIRE
Category: Technology

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Written by Emily Marshall

Hey everyone! I’m Emily Marshall. As the Community Relations Manager for WCPL, I’m usually sitting in front of my computer creating posters in Photoshop, planning library programs, or teaching computer classes. In my spare time, I enjoy reading teen books, watching way too much TV, traveling, playing board games, and trying to convince people that cheesy Hallmark Channel and ABC Family original movies aren't “that bad.” I also love messages, so feel free to email me at emarshall(at)wellscolibrary.org.

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