Find out how to get your resume past the automated job application system and in front of a human decision-maker.
Job searching can be a frustrating process. Did you know most of the time when you send a resume it is not even read by a human? Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) review your resume first for keywords, subtle clues as to your age, and formatting consistency that make it easy to categorize the candidates.
Come learn how ATS work, what they do to your resume, and how to beat ATS so that your resume gets seen by the human decision makers who schedule job interviews.
Tonight's presenter, Sandra Allison, has written and reviewed resumes for over thirty different professions spanning six different continents, and just happens to be a Mechanicsburg native! She will be here to educate us and help improve our chances of getting an interview when a resume is sent.
The program is free, but registration is required! Interested parties can register in person, by calling the library at 766-0171, or emailing the library at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions? Please contact Joelene Diana at 717-766-0171 or by emailing email@example.com