James Levin presented in class and he told us that he was a professional photographer who has always been a creative thinker. He underwent eye surgery that changed his career in 2007. The following year, Levin took that year to re-evaluate his profession and what he wanted to do in life. He focus towards talent and helping others. He became a career coach and assists job seekers in building the confidence and skills needed to move forward. Research is important in finding out about the company’s history and clients.
A tip that caught my attention was : “It doesn’t matter where you worked, always it up. It shows what kind of experience you had”
Resume and Cover letter are both equally important. His advice was extremely helpful. I was glad that he took the time to visit my Internship class to share with us awesome and useful advice.