Coaching for Resume Writers

Resume Coaching- What's included?

Our Coaching for Writers program is tailored to your needs as a CPRW candidate or an individual who wants to learn how to write a resume effectively

If you are preparing for the CPRW or would like to learn how to write resumes:

  1. You will receive a case study to complete a resume and cover letter within three days.

  2. Stephanie or Vera will review your submitted resume and cover letter with written feedback.

  3. Together, we'll select a 50-minute time slot to discuss your resume strategy, tactics, design elements, and grammar.

If you have failed the CPRW exam:

  1. Stephanie or Vera will review your received grading committee feedback and your submitted resume and cover letter.

  2. Together, we'll select a 50-minute time slot to discuss your resume strategy, tactics, design elements, and grammar.

  3. You'll submit a new resume and cover letter and we will review it with written feedback.

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Fee & Payment

Each session (outlined above) is $150. Payment is required to start the process (it's first-come, first-serve). 

Any additional sessions can be scheduled for $100/session.

Disclaimer

Resume coaching does not guarantee a CPRW exam passing score, job placements/promotions, or interviews. We offer these improvements to enhance your resume writing skills and opportunities.

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Certified Professional Resume Writers - Why us?

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We both passed the Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) exam  through the Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches (PARWCC) - during our first attempt too! Since then, we were asked to be facilitators of the Rising Professionals group where we moderate monthly conversations around business development, writing, and coaching topics. Over time, member after member has asked for help and we decided to offer this service to help our peers learn and grow in this amazing profession - helping job seekers land jobs! 

There is no "one" way to write a resume and we are very open to ideas - but we can share what has worked for us as well as what has not worked. We attend as many trainings as we can through PARWCC and other groups to stay abreast of resume standards, cover letter tips, LinkedIn profiles, and, of course, what's happening in the job market.