Take charge of your career.

I’m here to help you make a great impression with your future employer.

The purpose of a resume is to help you get an interview. What I do goes way beyond that – I’ll write your resume, but I’ll also teach you how to write cover letters and thank you notes, give you tips to nail an interview, and walk you through resigning from your current job. We can do this one-on-one, or you can check out my blog for DIY advice.

I treat every client like the individual that they are, rather than offering a one-size-fits-all solution. Maybe you want me to write your resume from scratch – or maybe you want me to teach you how to do it yourself. Maybe you're somewhere in between. I’ll tailor my services to your needs. And if I can't help you, I'll try to find someone who can.

Let’s talk.

Services

⊕ Resumes written from scratch or revised

⊕ Critiques and coaching for those who prefer to write their own resumes and cover letters

⊕ Editing services and individual guidance for college essays and internship applications

⊕ LinkedIn optimization

⊕ 1-on-1 job search support, from writing a resume to writing a resignation letter

Recent Posts

The reason your online job applications are getting rejected (it’s not you!)

You’ve applied to what seems like a thousand jobs online – and so far, gotten nothing but rejection emails. Your resume is great, and you’re qualified for the job – so what’s the problem?   When you apply online for a job, your resume is scanned and catalogued into a database – an applicant tracking […]

HR Hotline: How to quit your job while your manager is on vacation

“I need to give my 2 weeks’ notice, but my manager is on vacation. What should I do?”   My advice in any employment-related situation is to be courteous and pleasant. When leaving a job, it’s in your best interest to avoid burning bridges – even if you don’t want to return to this employer […]

How to make yourself sound like the perfect candidate for any job

I know plenty of people who have applied for jobs that they don’t seem directly qualified for. In a recent blog post, I gave some advice targeted at recent college grads – but anyone can use this tip to get their resume noticed when applying for a job in an unrelated field.   You may […]

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About Monica

MonicaI’m an HR professional by day and a resume writer and career guide by night. After I completed my Master of Human Resource Management at Rutgers University, I ventured out into Corporate America. Now, I want to share everything I’ve learned with you to help you find your way. I don’t want you to just get a job – I want to help you find a career that you LOVE! I will leverage my knowledge and experience to help you at every step along the way – from deciding what you want to do, to landing your dream job, to your graceful exit in pursuit of your next big dream and everywhere in between.

I’m a member of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as well as the National Resume Writers’ Association (NRWA) and am currently pursuing the National Certified Resume Writer certification.