If you’re actively job-hunting, or always keeping an eye on the job market, it’s time to refresh your resume and cover letter.
We’ve all heard that recruiters only spend six seconds skimming an application, right? So how do you design your resume and cover letter to not only catch a hiring manager’s eye, but keep it there long enough to discover you’re a worthwhile applicant? The key is to tailor a strong resume and cover letter for each job you’re applying for, and Talent Market is here to help get you there.
Join Stephanie Keaveney, Talent Market’s Network Engagement Manager, as she covers:
All attendees with receive a helpful handout on resume and cover letter best practices. Event includes time for networking, a Q&A with the speaker and enjoying delicious beverages!
Interested in having a free one-on-one review of your resume? Let us know by emailing Austin Jack at Austin@AmericaFuture.org.
Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 5:30 – 7 pm
Greenwood Brewing, 922 N. 5th St., Phoenix, AZ 85004
For any questions, and to confirm your attendance, please email Austin Jack at Austin@AmericasFuture.org.
About the Speaker
Stephanie Keaveney is the Network Engagement Manager at Talent Market where she splits her time between managing entry and mid level searches at free market oriented nonprofits, and helping expand Talent Market’s Network Engagement Initiative, which engages up-and-coming talent in an effort to provide them guidance on free-market opportunities, career advice, and resources relevant to careers in the liberty movement.
Stephanie’s career started at the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal where she researched and wrote about higher education policy. After realizing she was not destined for a policy career, Stephanie joined the Charles Koch Institute where she served in a variety of engagement and talent development roles. Stephanie is from a small town outside of Eugene, Oregon and studied political science at Southern Oregon University. She currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her partner and two one-eyed cats.
About America’s Future
America’s Future (AF) is a nationwide network of liberty-minded young professionals. We provide unique opportunities to learn about the ideas of free markets, limited government, and personal responsibility, and to develop the skills necessary to articulate them.
Through our programs, AF offers young professionals networking and mentoring opportunities, in addition to writing, speaking, and program management experience to help you become a more effective advocate for freedom.
We envision an American culture permeated with a love of liberty, and a society that values free enterprise, personal responsibility, and limited government.
AF is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1995 by a group of liberty-minded leaders in Washington, DC. Visit our website at AmericasFuture.org for more information.