During this informational panel discussion several recruiters and Human Resources professionals will share positive features of resumes that stand out in the stack, whether your resume is reviewed first by a computer or a person. Be able to present what you most want employers to know about your qualifications and increase your chance of being called for an interview.
This program includes presentation and questions. There is no fee for University of Illinois alumni; the fee for University of Illinois non-alumni guests is $45. All pay the cost of the phone call – a standard long distance charge. You can avoid the cost of a phone call by using your computer speakers and microphone to participate in the program (all access instructions will be provided the day before the program).
- Ron Sipiora, ’77 LER (UI), Senior Vice President, BPI group
Our Panelists are:
- Bert Rodriguez, ’11 CS (UIS), Director of Human Resources, Newly Weds Foods, Inc.
- Kerl LaJeune, ’92 AA (UIC), Senior Designer, Solomon Cordwell Buenz
- Debra P. Evans, MS ’85 ENG (UIC), Senior Program Manager, Hospira
If you are attending at the downtown Chicago Illini Center arrive at 6:30, to network! Bring your soundbyte and your handbill, and be ready to exchange introductions and professional information from 6:30 until the program begins at 7 p.m. To learn more about handbills and to see a sample, go to the 'Networking' topic in the ACC's Virtual Career Center.
Registration deadline is Thursday, May 10, at 2:00 PM Central Time.
(1) clicking on the following link to reach the list of current Alumni Career Center webinars, and the registration page: http://www.cvent.com/d/qcqpf9/4W
(2) by calling the Alumni Career Center at 312/575-7830 Monday-Friday between 8:30 AM and 5 PM Central Time, OR
(3) by sending an email to email@example.com indicating the program(s) which you would like to attend. Technology access information, the number to call and key code for the session will be emailed to registrants at the end of the business day on Wednesday, May 9.
Alumni Career Center programs are supported in part by Sustaining and Life Member gifts to the UIAA.