Veterans Job Resources presents: YMCA of Superior California resume writing event for veterans.
Sacramento, CA – On Saturday, September 30, 2017, between 10 AM and 12 noon, Veterans Job Resources will be hosting a free resume writing seminar for veterans at the Sacramento Central YMCA on W Street.
Chris Angle, founder of Veterans Job Resources, will be discussing:
- How to write a resume to get a Federal Government job
- How to navigate the USAJOBS Federal Government employment site
In addition, guest speaker, Scott Parsons, will be discussing:
- Writing resumes to get you noticed in the civilian job market
- Finding the right job with personal branding
By attending this event, veterans will learn how to market themselves effectively to get their dream job in the Federal Government or civilian corporate world.
“As part of our mission at Veterans Job Resources, we are really excited to offer this seminar for veterans” explains Chris. “we hope veterans will walk away feeling empowered with their job search, knowing they are a step up from other candidates.”
Sacramento Central YMCA is located at 2021 W Street, Sacramento, between 19th and 21st streets. The event runs from 10 AM to noon on Saturday, September 30th.
Register to attend at EventBrite or on Facebook/veteransjobresources.
About Veterans Job Resources
Veterans Job Resources by PreciseAngle is an accredited 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides career advancement services and job placement to veterans. For more information, visit www.veteransjobresources.org
About Scott Parsons
Scott is a professional writer and career advancement enthusiast with over 20 years’ experience working as a writer in the civilian corporate world. For information, visit scottwrites4you.strikingly.com
About YMCA of Superior California
Inspiring all people to a healthy life – in spirit, mind and body is the mission that guides the work of the YMCA of Superior California. More than a pool or gym, the Y is a cause dedicated to the positive development of youth, healthy living for people of all ages, and social responsibility in addressing the critical needs of the communities we serve. With programs from athletics to advocacy, dance to disease prevention, and cycling to child care, the Y doesn’t just strengthen individuals, we strengthen communities. For more information, visit www.ymcasuperiorcal.org