Career Club 3.0 "Resume Repair and Knockout Interviews"

  • 19 Jun 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • George Washington University- 1 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite 200, Newport News, VA 23602


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Career Club 3.0

"Resume Repair and Knockout Interviews"



Can't seen to get a handle on your resume? What is a targeted resume verses a networking resume? Why do you need more than one type of resume? You get the call for the interview but can't seem to get pass that stage in the employment process. What are the new techniques for resumes and interviews? How can you successfully manage to use these tools and get the job that you want or jump start your career? Learn to use LinkedIn as the go to resume to market yourself within your field.

Come join us for the answers and more. 

Founder/Career Coach of MentorMe T&D/HR. Marlo coaches individuals, who are developing, re-inventing or re-enteringthe workforce by applying techniques that extend beyond the traditional formats of career development.  As a four year board member of SEVA ASTD, she loves to find ways to help the membership and the community by bringing information, tools, resources and opportunities to network that will lead to stable employment.  In 2010, as the chair of the Hampton Roads SHRM’s first successful mentor program, Marlo developed several workshops to assist transitioning and entry-level professionals along with students and graduates in maximizing their fullest potential in their professional business and academic careers. Marlo is a Department of Labor Employment Career Transition Trainer and Career Development Coach for the Virginia Beach Meyera Oberbendorf Central Library.



“My passion and goal is to help guide individuals toward acquiring professional wealth in their careers, academics or other passions.”-Ms. Marlo Calloway, PHR


Thank you to our meeting location host

George Washington University


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