Re: Professional-Related Questions (was "How to provide writing samples")

Subject: Re: Professional-Related Questions (was "How to provide writing samples")
From: Robin Hilp <rolybear -at- YAHOO -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 1998 11:29:53 -0800

Everyone, regardless of how much a "newbie" or "oldie" you are, can
benefit from having a portfolio. It should contain samples of your
best work -- if possible, targeting the position you're interviewing
for.

Your portfolio is "the" marketing tool for selling yourself in an
interview. STC First Vice President Lance R. Gelein
(http://www.stc-va.org/Contacts/board.html) gives an excellent
presentation on building & using a portfolio. Our local chapter
enjoyed his talk for a recent program meeting.
==
RolyBear, icq-1863181

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