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Resume Guide; How to Look Good on Paper

Resume GuideAfter 16 years in Human Resources and Career Development in Higher Education we recently published the Resume Guide; How to Look Good on Paper! Resume Writing Guide for Diverse College Students and New Alumni. it is available at AMAZON.COM.

If you have connected with us over the years, you know that we are small, but our purpose and mission to bring career development to students and emerging professionals of color is OVER-SIZED!!!

This Resume Guide represents our next step in education our diverse students, new alumni and emerging professionals about a key component in the employment and job search process.

The Resume Guide includes:

*Sample resumes that  received positive responses from employers and graduate schools.

*Answers to 60+ FAQs on resume writing such as “How do I spot weak areas on my resume?” “How do I address skill gaps?” and “How do I demonstrate my diversity on my resume?”

*Thousands of keywords and the only exercise you will need to learn how to use resume writing to prepare effectively for the job interview.

*Step-by-step guide to build a resume.

*Clarification on the key strategic value of your resume and how your entire college experience will impact your resume for life.

There are several ways to purchase our new Resume Guide:

1. Buying the Resume Guide for you? The book is available at Amazon.com if you want to purchase it for yourself.

2. promotional new graphicBuy the Resume Guide for your Alma Mater: We are seeking sponsors willing to purchase books in batches of 10 books for $150 (that is a 30% discounted rate) for campus organizations or programs (Athletics, Honors, Fraternities, Sororities etc.) at their Alma Mater, in their name.

3. Buy the Resume Guide for your Nonprofit or Government agency:

Nonprofits and government agencies can get a 25% discount off each copy of the Resume Guide.  Send us an email at mrobin@thehbcucareercenter.com for our Shopify coupon.

I have worked with many or you over the years, answering questions, writing resumes and supported your career development through this website.

We ask that you consider supporting this work for the new professionals behind you.

I’ll be happy to work with you on discounts for a larger number of books.

Send me questions or let me know your interest at mrobin(at)thehbcucareercenter(dot)com.

MarciaRobinson MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

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