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Crafting a Strong Resume
N. Nadine Miller, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Many people struggle with writing a strong, well-tuned resume. In this short workshop we will work on developing the change in perspective necessary to present yourself as a successful, accomplished professional rather than a laundry list of skills, responsibilities, and duties; discuss some of the common pitfalls to avoid; and briefly review some strategies for moving beyond the "resume blast" version of job-hunting.
Nadine Miller recently made the transition to Information Security at Oak Ridge National Labs after over a decade as a UNIX Systems Administrator in both large and small environments. In 2012 she developed a half-day technical resume writing class which she taught at several regional conferences. Prior to moving into system administration she was a technical trainer. Nadine's academic background focused on technical writing and American literature.
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