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Connect! Learn! Empower! Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Garcia
20:00
Hello! Is there a place that I could find this recording afterward?
Brianna Sanchez
22:29
Yes!
Kit Miranda
22:46
We are seeing the presenter's view of the slideshow
Melanie Johnson (she, her, hers)
24:27
The video for tonight's session will be posted on STEP's webpages. We will send an email to all participants when it's available.
Catherine Oliver
44:22
How would you describe out of field work experience?
Kit Miranda
44:50
Would you ever include a personal reference, or only teachers/supervisors?
Dawn Cotter-Jenkins
45:03
If a student clinician did not get much medical assignments (only one or two clients), how do they address experience if they want to get in a medical placement?
Kit Miranda
45:36
awesome question!
kate
45:54
Should a resume be just a page?
Connie Roth
53:44
what do you recommend in terms of experiences and certificates to be more competitive and prepared for a medical setting?
Kit Miranda
56:12
Is it ok to have a resume that looks "plain,” or do you think it's better to add some color or a minimal graphic element?
Dawn Cotter-Jenkins
57:46
what do you think of 2 column resumes?
Dana Molinsky
01:09:13
Instead of putting specific cases on our resume can we put a list of a couple of specialty diagnosis’s that we have done therapy with in a hospital setting, like ALS, Myasthenia gravis, or guillain barre syndrome to get to that next level hospital job position
Catherine Oliver
01:09:33
Thank you very much!
kate
01:09:37
Thank you so much, that was very helpful
Brianna Sanchez
01:09:38
Thank you guys!
Rosy White
01:09:39
Thank you!
Erika Abdelaziz-Oum
01:09:42
Thank you!
Holly Vaughn
01:09:43
Thank you so much for your time!
Kit Miranda
01:09:43
Thank you all!
Katie Lemon
01:10:02
I lost connection a couple times, so I apologize if some of these questions may have already been addressed.As a student about to start grad school applications, how will the resume that I include on that differ from a typical work resume?When previously looking at resumes, what are some things that you personally felt gave “wow factor”?Do you have examples of ideal resumes or a recommended source that would display some?Do you have examples of typical interview questions or a resource that we could access to practice interviewing?I have heard that it is not good to open with age comments, such as “just graduated” or “X years old.” Are there situations where discussing a lack of experience due to age is a good idea?
Connie Roth
01:10:03
Does AMN assist with CF placements?
Ana Harten
01:10:09
Thank you!
Charisse Wan
01:10:17
Thanks for your expertise.
Anna Branch
01:12:47
Do you have examples of great resumes? Or can you point in the direction of resources? Thank you for your presentation!
Connie Roth
01:15:58
thank you!
Dawn Cotter-Jenkins
01:17:06
thank you very much for the info. good night
Tiffany France
01:19:39
Thank you! Very informative presentation!
Allison Polk
01:20:11
Thank you for this informative session!
Connie Roth
01:20:21
thank you for the session! This is really helpful!
Brenda
01:21:05
Have a great evening! Thank you!
Nancy Pan
01:21:11
thank you!