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Write Your Story

Unleashing Your Career Story

An Introduction to Resume Writing

Your resume is more than a list of jobs and qualifications. It's the story of your professional journey. And like any good story, it must be engaging, clear, and compelling. Here's how to start crafting your career story.

Find Templates Online

A strong resume starts with a solid structure. Thankfully, you don't need to start from scratch. Many free resume templates are available online on Google Drive, Microsoft Word, and Canva. Choose a template that suits your industry and personal style.

Research Industry-Specific Examples

Every industry has its own norms and expectations when it comes to resumes. Spend some time researching resume examples specific to the climate sector. This will give you a sense of what employers are looking for and how to present your experience in the most relevant way.

Write and Rewrite

Start by writing rough bullet points describing your skills and impact at your past jobs. Don't worry about getting it perfect on the first try. The goal at this stage is to get your experiences down on paper. Once you've done that, you can refine and tailor your bullet points to match the job you're applying for.

Get Feedback

Once you've drafted your resume, ask for feedback. Reach out to mentors, peers, or even professional resume services. They can provide valuable insights and spot things you might have missed. Remember, every piece of feedback is a chance to improve.

Keep In Mind

Writing a resume is an ongoing process. It's about continually refining your story and presenting it in the best possible light. So, start crafting your career story today, and let your resume open doors to new opportunities in the climate sector.

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