I am applying for a supervisory position with The American Legion in Seattle Washington where my skill sets is a veterans advocate could be used to help fellow veteran's get their VA benefits.
I would be delighted to review your resume and give you some solid feedback.
Feel free to ermail your document:
I just retired from Mgr. of Career Services at the University of Chicago and I'll be happy to assist. Resumes can be very subjective so remember a resume may get you an interview but a relationship will get you a job. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Try a local state department of veteran affairs or department of labor, the area VBOC, a SCORE chapter or VOC REHAB. All these services are free.
Always willing to review and help revise resumes -- often with a little bit of a sharper twist that forms the basis for my site, 212-careers.com
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I have a good friend who runs a recruiting company who I know will be happy to review yours. Please feel free to send it to me.
I'm the Veteran Employment Coordinator at my university. Id be glad to review your resume and give you some tips. you can email me at email@example.com
I have some (one) experience with a resume in your intended field, and I'd be happy to help you improve yours.
I have some good templates and could also help you in preparing a terrific resume. Send me a copy and I’ll take a look.
I'll be glad to take a look at it and give you some feedback.
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