Wash, DC event: Resume Round-up - Sat Apr 21 (panel/workshop on drafting better resumes)

12 Apr 2007 - 12:50pm
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Austin Govella
2004

We're having a resume roundup in DC on Saturday, April 21, 2007, from
10 a.m. to 12 noon.

Bring your resume for one-on-one feedback from people who look at lots
of resumes. There's also a panel discussion with tips and info from
more people who look at lots of resumes.

Event URL and Location
* Event URL: http://www.upa-dc-metro.org/events/2007/4-21-07.htm
* Location: Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center, 4805
Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814

Registration is recommended
(http://www.upa-dc-metro.org/registration/event/eventreg1.php)

** Full description **

Information Architecture (IA), Interaction Design, Business Design,
and other UX-related disciplines have been coming closer to each other
and blurring the lines between disciplines. This has caused confusion
in IA's presenting their work in résumés and employers understanding
the language used by IAs. The User Experience Network (UXnet.org),
DC-IA, and UPA-DC will facilitate a panel discussion and workshop to
help better define the language used by IAs in résumés and clarify to
employers what that language means.

This event is co-sponsored by UPA-DC-Metro, DC-IA, IxDA and UX Net

BRING YOUR RÉSUMÉS FOR ONE-ON-ONE FEEDBACK FROM PANELISTS AND EVENT VOLUNTEERS.

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE

A $5 DOLLAR DONATION WILL BE APPRECIATED TO PAY FOR THE SPACE AND REFRESHMENTS

SEE YOU THERE!

About UXnet

UXnet exists to make connections among people, resources, and
organizations involved in User Experience (UX) anywhere in the world.
Currently, UXnet is focused on two initiatives:

* Providing an international network of Local Ambassadors – with 100
current participants on six continents and in 26 countries to provide
user experience knowledge and leadership on a local level

* Facilitating productive collaboration between non-profit industry
organizations involved in user experience, to the benefit of the
organizations, their members and the industry at-large

For more information on UXnet or if you'd like to get involved, please
visit www.uxnet.org.

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Austin Govella
Thinking & Making: IA, UX, and IxD
http://thinkingandmaking.com
austin.govella at gmail.com

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