Monday, March 25 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Optimize Job Searching via Content Strategy Storytelling

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A guide on how to approach your unique personal employment, education, and skills history by viewing it a body of relevant data to be shared with your audience of potential employers to craft a positive and engaging narrative. Included are brief examples of revised and reshaped resumes, functional job descriptions, cover letters, and online content that highlight the strategies honed by experience that only you can bring to a potential project or position. Emphasis is on holistically representing personal and professional qualities in real-life situations.By creating your story to highlight your best assets, you increase your perceived value to target businesses and the likelihood that you will have the opportunity to exercise greater autonomy and experience a more rewarding career and quality of life whether as a consultant or full-time employee.

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Kim Chmielewicz

Technical communicator, Seeking my next position
Kim Chmielewicz holds degrees from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and the University of Buffalo in anthropology, creative writing, and clinical laboratory science and is completing an MBA. She lives in East Amherst, NY after moving from Manlius to attend graduate school. She has... Read More →

Monday March 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
2140 https://maps.rit.edu/?details=Louise+Slaughter+Hall

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