Free Career Coaching and Resumes Reviews in Career Pavilion

Security practitioners and job seekers will get answers to their career-related questions and challenges—and learn how to best position themselves on the job at the 3rd annual Career Pavilion, September 29-October 2. Sponsored by University of Phoenix, the Pavilion will feature free career coaching and resume reviews, professional development sessions, and career services. Open to all registered attendees.

“This is a natural fit for the Annual Seminar. The access to industry recruiters and hiring managers, as well as the panels of seasoned security pros sharing advice and lessons learned, can’t be found anywhere else in our industry.” said Richard Widup, CPP, president, ASIS International. “ASIS is pleased to provide this service—free of charge to all attendees.”

Free career services include

  • Complimentary resume reviews and career coaching
  • Access to online career development tools and job postings Daily sessions
  • Senior security executives sharing their career path stories
  • Security employers and recruiters discussing in-demand skill sets
  • Resume development and LinkedIn tips and techniques
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“The Career Pavilion is a critical resource for professionals who want to acquire tools and new skills to successfully maneuver through the rigors of today’s job market,” said W. Hord Tipton, CISSP, executive director for (ISC)2. “The resume reviews and value sessions provide opportunities for professionals in our industry to take control of their career development.”

“There is an increased emphasis placed on the credentials of job candidates in the security sector,” said Major General Spider Marks, executive dean, University of Phoenix, College of Criminal Justice and Security. “Those with the desire to advance their careers understand the importance of education and how best to position themselves for opportunities. Taking advantage of training and resources, such as those offered at the Career Pavilion, can help individuals excel.” Computers will be available for attendees to review available job openings on the ASIS and (ISC)2 online career centers, as well as to create job seeker profiles, upload resumes, and view additional career resources.

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