Budget Management for the Arts
In a nutshell
Wanted to change industries, needed a resume that told a better story.
Casey wanted to transition from one industry to another. She needed help highlighting the job skills she had that could translate when changing careers.
Casey had been working in the nonprofit world for awhile, and was looking to make a change to the financial services industry. She was eager to use her budget management experience, but was unsure how to play up her job skills in a way that would attract employers. Her original resume simply didn’t give recruiters a good idea of her career goals.
My writer was able to pull out a better story. When I saw the skills that she highlighted for me, I was able to think, ‘Oh right, I am good at that.’
Casey bought the Mid-Level package, which includes a resume, cover letter, and two resume revisions. She was paired with a professional resume writer, Gemma, who worked with her to:
With the new resume, I feel more confident. I’m not great at talking about myself or promoting myself so it was great to have someone else do that.
Summarising Years of Experience
Leslie completed her degree, and had to tie her recent experience back to her prior industry.
Entering the Workforce
Mike needed to define and package his relevant job skills to attract the right job opportunities.