AVP June Webinar 

Do’s and Don’ts for Resume Writing, Interviewing, and Executive Presence

Date: New Date - Wednesday, June 14
Time: 12:00Noon – 1:00PM Eastern
Presenters: Cheyene Marling, President, BC Management

Register here.

Cheyene MarlingCareer searching has drastically changed from five years ago. The days of the infamous objective has gone to the wayside and now job seekers must be creative in standing out among the significant competition. A poorly written resume may potentially prevent you from getting in the door for an interview. Even worse, a mismanaged LinkedIn profile or social media presence may deter potential hiring managers or block you from that next promotion.  

In this webinar, BC Management President and ACP Board of Directors National Secretary Cheyene Marling, will provide helpful insight on how to show case your best credentials from the resume to your social media profile. More information and registration here.

Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education, and the exchange of information and best practices.

ACP members help facilitate the timely resumption of business operations at acceptable levels following significant interruptions.


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