Marlborough: Marlborough Library hosts Resume Writing Review Night

Marlborough – Marlborough Public Library is offering a Resume Writing Review night Thursday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m., in the Bigelow Auditorium. The evening will be led by Gary Gekow, a Senior Employment Specialist with 25 years of recruiting experience in the Boston staffing industry. He works closely with client companies in many industries and job seekers in various specialties.


The evening will include a round table group discussion format for resume writing in general, including how to address key word search techniques. Also included will be a dissection of both chronological and functional resume samples. *Participants are encouraged to bring their existing resume for confidential one-on-one analysis.*


A minimum of 10 participants is required. Register at http://bit.ly/resumeworkshopSeptember.


The Marlborough Public Library is located at 35 West Main St. and parking is in the back on Witherbee Street. For more information, call 508-624-6900. For times and days of events, visit the calendar of events at: http://bit.ly/MarlboroughLibraryEvents.



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