A list of your past jobs and education isn’t going to cut it in today’s competitive job market. Your resume should convince an employer that you’re smart and capable, and most importantly, that you’re someone they definitely want to interview. Here’s how Voice can fuel your job search—or simply enhance your professional portfolio for when the time comes:

  • Resumes – The Voice resume-creation process is personalized to you—no resume “templates” here. Each and every resume I write is carefully crafted after an in-depth discovery interview. I guide this discussion to draw out not just the duties inherent in each prior position, but lessons learned and strengths honed. The result is a 100% custom, accomplishment-focused resume that makes clear just how you added value at every organization you’ve worked.
  • Cover letters – Your cover letter should introduce you as the ideal candidate for the job for which you’re applying—and make you and your professional experience shine. This communication is a chance to tell a hiring manager why their position excites you, how your past experience is relevant to their organization, and what you’ll bring to the table. Enthusiasm, passion, and personality. That’s what we’re going for—and just what the Voice cover letter-writing process will help you achieve.

A list of your past jobs and education isn’t going to cut it in today’s competitive job market. Your resume should convince an employer that you’re smart and capable, and most importantly, that you’re someone they definitely want to interview. Here’s how Voice can fuel your job search—or simply enhance your professional portfolio for when the time comes:

  • Resumes – The Voice resume-creation process is personalized to you—no resume “templates” here. Each and every resume I write is carefully crafted after an in-depth discovery interview. I guide this discussion to draw out not just the duties inherent in each prior position, but lessons learned and strengths honed. The result is a 100% custom, accomplishment-focused resume that makes clear just how you added value at every organization you’ve worked.
  • Cover letters – Your cover letter should introduce you as the ideal candidate for the job for which you’re applying—and make you and your professional experience shine. This communication is a chance to tell a hiring manager why their position excites you, how your past experience is relevant to their organization, and what you’ll bring to the table. Enthusiasm, passion, and personality. That’s what we’re going for—and just what the Voice cover letter-writing process will help you achieve.