Recorded Webinar: How to Present on Paper and In Person for Water Jobs

Career Stories

The CWEA Students and Young Professionals Committee presents a skills building webinar

The resume is a marketing tool which acts as a door opener and allows an employer to assess your qualifications quickly in the pre-screening process before interviews. Resumes should be succinct, commanding and truthful while emphasizing skills, strengths and accomplishments. Most resumes are initially read for 15 seconds or less – join this workshop to learn how to best present yourself on paper and in person for water and wastewater jobs.

Speaker Bio

Caroline Fortuno currently works at Santiago Canyon College as the Job Developer for the Business and Career Education Division. She assists students with job preparation skills and helps students and employers connect through job, internship, and networking opportunities. She has previously worked as a Job Developer and Career Services Coordinator for other educational and non-profit organizations, where she coordinated several recruitment events and job fairs as well as worked individually with students and clients to help them build their job searching skills. Ms. Fortuno completed her BS in Business Administration from California State University, Long Beach and has taken additional courses in Human Resources and Educational Counseling, areas she enjoys greatly.