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Additional Support Provided By

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Program Overview

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Martin Payne

Missouri Career Centers Veteran Programs

Frank Alaniz

Job Readiness Training (JRT)

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MCC Services

Next Generation Career Centers

Workshops

Resume

Interviewing

More.

Skill Based Training Possibilities

On-The-Job Training Program

Veteran Services

Job Seeker Services

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Veteran Services

Counseling through case management;

Job Development;

Testing;

Transitional assistance to separating service members;

Identification of employment and training opportunities and direct referrals to jobs;

Monitoring job listings from federal contractors to ensure eligible veterans get priority referrals to these jobs;

Monitoring Missouri Career Centers to ensure priority of service to veterans;

Monitoring federal department and agency vacancy listings; and

Referral screening of complaints from veterans regarding observance of veteran's preference in federal hiring to the

Director of Employment and Training Service.

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Additional Programs

USERRA

Veterans Priority of Service

Gold Star

Show Me Heroes

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Part One ~ Skills

Military Crosswalk

Skills Gap Analysis

Using Google for Effective Job Searches

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Part 2

30 Second Resume Test

Resume Review

Cover Letter Review

Understanding Job Postings

Social Media (LinkedIn)

Overcoming Media Hype

Virtual Training via MSCCN

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Organizing Your Job Search

Applicant Tracking Systems

Interviewing

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Military Skills Crosswalk

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Skills Match

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No Match

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Skills Profiler

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Understanding Your Skills

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Browse Occupations

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Keyword Search

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Or Select Occupation

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Select Industry

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Select Location

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Select Printer Friendly

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Occupational Profile

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Wage Information

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Employment Trends

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Tasks and Activities

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Occupational Tasks

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Detailed Work Activities

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Related Occupations

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Google Alerts

Secret Stuff: Ive used Google Alerts most recently to

assist an individual with very unique skills. We were

able to pull employment posting one to three days

prior to the postings appearing on some of the major

job boards. This resulted with distinct advantage in

the job search process. Google Alerts also pick up

openings from Craigslist and many smaller boards,

most of which do not show up on the major job

boards.

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Part 2

30 Second Resume Test

Resume Review

Cover Letter Review

Understanding Job Postings

Social Media (LinkedIn)

Overcoming Media Hype

Virtual Training via MSCCN

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30 Second Resume Test Take your one of your resumes and fold the

name/contact information towards the back of

the document (show example)

Fold the employment history section towards the back of the document (show example)

Look at the remaining section of your resume. If I as an employer have only 30 seconds to

determine what skills and accomplishments you

are bringing to my organization does the

remaining section of your resume reflect those

skills?

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Create a Master Resume Master resumes offer many benefits, including

allowing you to store all of the details of your

career in one place and helping you organize

your job search. If you are interested in making

the most of this document, take a look at five

ways to write a great one:

A master resume is an amazing tool for helping you to create beautifully tailored resumes (while

keeping you organized) as you decide in which

direction you want to move in your career. So

take advantage of these tips as you work on

creating the masterpiece that is your master

resume.

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Resume Guide

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Summary Statement

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Accomplishments

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Skills

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Experience

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Education

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Cover Letter

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Information

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Skills

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Recap

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Understanding Job Postings

Most Job Posting contain three sections

Company Information:

Overview of the company mission and basic information pertaining to the company goal in hiring

a qualified applicant

Job Description:

Overview of the position and some of the day to day job duties for the position the company is

trying to fill

Position Requirements:

Qualifications an individual must possess prior to applying for this position

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Highlight Posting Read the Job Posting from beginning to end

(show example)

From the example provided select and highlight the top ten (10) items from the entire

posting that you feel the employer is looking

for in a qualified candidate.

Note: These selections from you are subjective and may not reflect 100% of

what the employer is looking for.

Now look at your resumehow many of the top ten items that you selected for this

position are reflected in your resume and

cover letter?

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Job Posting

Read the Job Posting from beginning to end (show example)

From the example provided select and highlight the top ten (10) items from the entire posting that you feel the employer is looking for in a qualified candidate.

Note: These selections from you are subjective and may not reflect 100% of what the employer is looking for.

Now look at your resumehow many of the top ten items that you selected for this position are reflected in your resume and cover letter?

Store Clerk

General Retail Store is seeking a part time Store Clerk. WWWW employs over 17,500 employees

working together to ultimately provide great service to our customers. We offer a variety of

employment opportunities ranging from Donut Makers, Store Managers, Gasoline Tanker Drivers

and many more. Our philosophy is to reward hard work and performance with advancement

opportunities. At WWWW, youll be encouraged to develop the skills you need to achieve your goals.

Requirements:

Operate standard or specially designed equipments to prepare pizza and bakery food products sold a WWWW stores.

Greets customers and assures that they are promptly served; operates Point-of Sale system to process customer purchase transactions.

Maintains sanitary condition of service and kitchen areas through cleaning food service utensils and equipment used in food preparation and distribution.

Maintains cleanliness and appearance of interior and exterior of store in accordance with established standards.

Responsible for stocking products and providing night/day shift with adequate supplies

Performs other miscellaneous duties

Must be able to stand for an extended period of time and lift up to 50 pounds.

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Standard Resume Objective:

Seeking a Retail Clerk position with a growth-oriented company that offers

challenging responsibilities and the potential for advancement.

Skills:

Excellent attendance record | Willingness to take on additional

responsibilities | Strong sense of ethics | Coordinated successful

national marketing campaigns

Employment History:

Value Plus Department Store, Shreveport LA

Retail Clerk

Handled all customer requests and inquiries. Responsible for arranging store

displays of feature merchandise and dressing store windows.

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Job Posting

Read the Job Posting from beginning to end (show example)

From the example provided select and highlight the top ten (10) items from the entire posting that you feel the employer is looking for in a qualified candidate.

Note: These selections from you are subjective and may not reflect 100% of what the employer is looking for.

Now look at your resumehow many of the top ten items that you selected for this position are reflected in your resume and cover letter?

Store Clerk

General Retail Store is seeking a part time Store Clerk. WWWW employs over 17,500 employees

working together to ultimately provide great service to our customers. We offer a variety of

employment opportunities ranging from Donut Makers, Store Managers, Gasoline Tanker Drivers

and many more. Our philosophy is to reward hard work and performance with advancement

opportunities. At WWWW, youll be encouraged to develop the skills you need to achieve your goals.

Requirements:

Operate standard or specially designed equipments to prepare pizza and bakery food products sold a WWWW stores.

Greets customers and assures that they are promptly served; operates Point-of Sale system to process customer purchase transactions.

Maintains sanitary condition of service and kitchen areas through cleaning food service utensils and equipment used in food preparation and distribution.

Maintains cleanliness and appearance of interior and exterior of store in accordance with established standards.

Responsible for stocking products and providing night/day shift with adequate supplies

Performs other miscellaneous duties

Must be able to stand for an extended period of time and lift up to 50 pounds.

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New Resume Summary of Qualifications

Excellent Customer Services Skills | Knowledge of NCR POS System |

Supervisory Skills Multi-Tasking Skills | Inventory Control | Stocking |

Merchandising | Accounting Skills

Experience Value Plus Department Store, Shreveport LA

Retail Clerk

Handled all customer requests and inquiries. Insured inventory was properly stocked

and maintained quality control of supplies. Operated point of sales system and

reconciled end of day receipts. Open and closed store and provided training to new

hires.

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Networking

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Social Media ~ LinkedIn September 11, 2001

No Facebook

No LinkedIn

No Twitter

Facebook 800 million users

LinkedIn 125 million users

Twitter 100 million users

Google+ (Next Gen Site)

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Social Media FAQ Facebook ~ #1 Job Search Board

LinkedIn ~ #1 Recruiting Tool

Twitter ~ 54,000 jobs tweeted in 24 hours and 1,840,000 jobs tweeted in

30 days

Google+ ~ Fastest growing social media site with 100 million users

and it still in Beta!

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What Makes Bad LinkedIn Profile

1. An incomplete profile

2. No profile photo, or one that doesn't show

your face

3. No website, blog, or Twitter links

4. Profiles that are kept private or choose not to

outline the person's name

5. No Connections and Recommendations

6. Obvious lack of interactivity on LinkedIn

7. No LinkedIn groups or use of LinkedIn

Applications

8. No Contact Settings or Personal Information

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Applicant Tracking Systems

Interviewing

Organizing Your Job Search

Graduate St. Louis

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n Applicant Tracking Systems

On-Line Job Applications

Understanding

Pitfalls

Tips

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n Organizing Your Job Search

Tools

Job Search Log

Blank Application

Employer Folders

Tip Sheets

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n Job Search Log

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n Blank Application

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Create a Paper Portfolio by

Employment Opportunity

Job Posting

Job Application (online/paper)

Cover Letter

Resume

Emails ~ Correspondence

Notes ~ Telephone Screening(s) / Interview(s)

Notes ~ In person interview(s)

Follow-up ~ Thank You letters / emails / notes

Networking contacts (Pre & Post) information

Company Research Information

Reference to Professional Portfolio

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Telephone Interview Tips

Behavioral Questions Tips

Traditional Questions Tips

Worlds Hardest Interview Question

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Links www.slideshare.net/slatemcc

www.facebook.com/slatemcc

www.linkedIn.com

Groups SLATEMCC

Groups St Louis Job Angels

www.MissouriCareerSource.com

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Contact

Veteran Programs

Martin Payne

martin.payne@ded.mo.gov

Programs

Frank Alaniz

frank.alaniz@ded.mo.gov

www.linkedIn.com/in/frankalaniz