- Edit Your Résumé for In-House Work
Webinar, Editors Canada
Your resume is your opportunity to show a potential employer that you know how to solve their problems. While your cover letter gives you the space to detail your achievements, your resume must succinctly demonstrate both the scope and the depth of your experience.
Focusing on job-seekers interested in in-house positions in the publishing world, this free webinar will help you to craft a resume that highlights the impact you’ve made in your work history. Learn the persuasive strategies that work well in this genre, and techniques to tailor your resume format for different kinds of publishers.
This workshop will include two case studies: “Emma,” who is pursuing a career transition, and “Kim,” who is just starting out.
- Showcasing Your Skills and Accomplishments in an Online Portfolio
Webinar, Editors Canada By showcasing curated examples of our work, online portfolios provide the evidence to support the claims we make about our editing skillset. Portfolios thus make visible the often invisible work that editors perform. When an editor builds their own portfolio, they can discover connections between their diverse accomplishments and construct a compelling story about who they are and what they offer.
This webinar series will draw on examples of editors’ online portfolios to help you determine what kind of portfolio you want to build, what content you might include in your portfolio, and whether and how to integrate a portfolio with your existing website.
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