Résumé Building Workshop a hit at Columbia College–Lake of the Ozarks

Dan Gomez–Palacio and Reyhan Jamerson from the Columbia College Grossnickle Career Services Center were the featured presenters at the workshop.
Columbia College–Lake of the Ozarks offered its first ever ‘Tools for our Times’ Résumé Building Workshop at its Osage Beach campus on Feb. 24. More than 35 students, alumni, faculty and staff attended the two-hour event designed to help individuals develop a quality résumé. The event also focused on resources available to students and alumni of Columbia College through the Grossnickle Career Services Center as they look to secure a career. Click on the post for more pictures and feedback from attendees:

“I enjoyed the workshop and am glad to see so much going on with our campus that is now available to us as students. I am looking forward to more  exciting opportunities to learn and work with members of the Columbia College student body and alumni.” Senior Elizabeth Cady

“The workshop was really helpful, it will definitely make a difference. Thank you for helping to bring this workshop to the lake campus.” Alumnus Roy Roark

“… thanks again for offering this workshop, a real benefit for those attending.” Senior Pamela Ratchford

“Just wanted to send my thanks for putting on such a fine workshop today. The information was extremely well presented and useful. Unfortunately I got called back to work for a conference call and was unable to return after the break. Thanks again for the useful information.” Senior Paul DiBello

Reyhan Jamerson from the Columbia College Grossnickle Career Services Center answers questions from student, Lorrie Wasil, at the ‘Tools for our Times’ Résumé Building Workshop Feb. 24.

Columbia College–Lake of the Ozarks Director John Keeney talks with Lake campus alumnus Caleb Rowden.
Dan Gomez–Palacio talks with Columbia College student Curtis Spickler.

More than 35 students, alumni, faculty and staff attended the ‘Tools for our Times’ Résumé Building Workshop at Columbia College–Lake of the Ozarks Feb. 24.

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