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Time: 02/21/2018: 8:30AM–10:00AM Location: Room 512
Workshop Leader: Mattie M. Schloetzer, National Gallery of Art
Learn practical tips for crafting an effective resume. You will learn ways to structure and format your CV and use summary statements to market yourself. Examine methods to quantify your work experience to demonstrate impact and determine when to let go of previous work or educational experience. Attendees will edit both their own and their colleagues’ resumes during the Sessions. Attendees should bring at least two hard copies—one for marking up, one for sharing with peers. During the latter part of the workshop, cover letter writing tips will be discussed. The target audience members for this workshop are early-career museum professionals.
Workshop Specializations: Job Search: Applications and/or Interviewing Strategies
Required Workshop Materials: Two copies of resumes and cover letters and a notepad and pen or charged laptop for note-taking.
Registration cap: 40
Workshops; Professional Development
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