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Postponed: A Recruiters’ Resume Advice for Job Seekers!

March 16, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm


With the concerns surrounding the Coronavirus (Covid-19) we wanted to give an update.

We are monitoring the situation and exercising an abundance of caution to do everything we can to manage and minimize the impact of the virus on our services to clients.

With this being said, Career and Financial Services (CFS) has decided to postpone our March and some April seminars and workshops at Jewish Family Service until Monday, April 20, 2020. We will update you if and when any further changes are made.

Join Lauren Stevens, State Farm Talen Brand Specialist (Recruiter!) at her free seminar where she will share with you her most important advice for your resume: At this important resume strategies seminar, you will learn:

· 4 common resume mistakes candidates make that leave Recruiters flat! And what you can do about it!

· 4 things Recruiters need to see most in your resume that motivates them to keep reading!

· How to communicate your experience so that you are properly selling yourself and Recruiters can better see your value.

· 4 crucial steps you need to take before uploading your resume to applicant tracking systems.

Meet the Presenter:

Lauren Stevens is a Talent Brand Specialist at State Farm, having earned promotions from her previous roles as an Underwriter and Underwriting Supervisor. Prior to State Farm, Lauren worked for Altria as a Territory Sales Manager and Keller Williams as a Realtor. As the face of the State Farm employment brand in the community, Lauren is committed to attracting the best and most diverse talent to join the State Farm Neighborhood. Lauren works with key stakeholders to understand recruiting needs while seeking innovative ways to grow the State Farm family.


March 16, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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JFS (5402 Arapaho Road, Dallas 75248)
5402 Arapaho Road
Dallas,TX75248United States


Career & Financial Success
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