Presentations

It is not too early to start thinking about your resume. Doris Appelbaum recently spoke to high school students about job hunting, resume writing, and career goals.

Doris Appelbaum provided three workshops for patrons of the North Shore Library in Glendale, Wisconsin.


Topics included Resume Dos and Don’ts, Interpersonal Networking, and Interview Advice.

 
SOUL SEARCHING - YOUR PERSONAL INVENTORY

Think of yourself as a product you will be marketing. Know everything there is to know about yourself - your best features, weaknesses, value in the marketplace.

Workforce Development Job Expo
New York City, NY
Job Counselor and Speaker after 9/11/01
A GUIDE TO NETWORKING
AND WORKING A ROOM

Whether you are marketing a product, business, or yourself as a potential employee, contact the people you know and develop a network.

Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI
Speaker
 

Doris Appelbaum
displays book
which published
several of her
resumes.

414-352-5994  or  dorisa@appelbaumresumes.com


I agree with Doris -hire a professional. We hire professionals to take care of minor details, yet we try to do the most important things on our own in order to "save money." Unless we have professional expertise in job hunting, tax preparation, financial planning, estate planning, or legal planning, why do we fool ourselves that that we can find a canned program and do them ourselves? After all, as professionals, others rely on our functional expertise to properly execute missions. Cheap (free) in the short run often is more expensive in the long run. If we're seeking something as important as our next career, why are foolish enough to avoid professionals by blindly or misleadingly strike it out on our own? By Tom Lewis, MSS, CFP®, April 18, 2013
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