March 31, 2010
Dear AbilityLinks Supporter:
What Makes a Resume Work?
A resume that motivates the reader to pick up the phone and call you in for an interview is a resume that works. A resume won’t get you a job – but a resume that gets you an interview is a resume that did its job. Learn more about how to build an effective resume.
Welcome New Members
I would like to welcome the following new AbilityLinks Consortium Members: Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., The Broad Institute, Six3 Systems, Inc., Carnow, Conibear & Assoc., Ltd.,
Marianjoy Vice President Named to Illinois’s Disabilities Task Force
Upcoming Resume Workshop
Want some hands on and in person help developing your resume? Join AbilityLinks Information and Referral Specialist, Bill O’ Connor Friday morning, April 30th for a free resume workshop. Registration is required and space is limited. Reister today.
Visit AbilityLinks events calendar to learn more about all upcoming AbilityLinks educational and networking opportunities.
Paychex is seeking a payroll administrator for processing payroll and performing HR administrative duties at a
Still time... This summer, Walgreens is looking for college students with disabilities who are interested in doing an internship at their Deerfield,
Featured Job Seekers
Our first AbilityLinks candidate is a practicing attorney with a broad range of experience and exceptional achievement. View this AbilityLinks resume. Our second featured candidate has an MBA and is an experienced Human Resources Generalist. She especially has an interest in managing employee assistance and wellness programs. View this AbilityLinks resume.
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AbilityLinks Program Director
AbilityLinks is a program of