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Learn to write resumes and cover letters

September 18, 2020

Job seekers can get help to their best foot forward when applying for work at two, free, online workshops hosted by Sonoma County Job Link. Participants must be residents of Sonoma County and must sign up or be registered users on the CalJOBS website. 

 • Resumes that work, for new and seasoned resume writers, will take place online on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2:30-4 p.m. Participants will learn the difference between writing job applications and resumes, including online resumes. Learn to create a master resume and job application. Register at: tinyurl.com/ResumesThatWork0922220.

• Cover letters made simple helps job seekers shine when applying for work. On Thursday, Sept 24, 1:30-3 p.m., attendees will learn to write cover letters to highlight their skills, experience and characteristics. Cover letters should convey who you are, while expanding on key skills to match the employer's needs and say why you are interested in the job. Register at: tinyurl.com/CoverLetter092420.

To register for a CalJOBS account, visit sonomawib.org/how-to-register-for-caljobs/. 

For more information about upcoming workshops and other Job Link services, call (707) 565-5550 or visit sonomawib.org.

Sonoma County Job Link is the one-stop workforce solution and career center for job seekers, employers looking for qualified job applicants and youth ages 14-24. Sonoma County residents find and apply for jobs and train for new careers through free, funded programs. A partner of American’s Job Center of California network.