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Gina Palladino

Gina is based in the Baltimore, Maryland and is an adjunct professor at the Community College of Baltimore County, Howard Community College and Carroll Community College. She’s also a training and workforce development consultant to cyber and other businesses. Gina has served as an advisory council member of the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) and is a member of the Fort Meade Alliance. She holds a BA in English from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and is a lifetime member of the Sandler Sales Training Program; she also holds certificates in job searching skills, career planning, and sales.
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Get to Work: How to Customize Your Resume and Cover Letters

Posted by Gina Palladino on Aug 22, 2018 3:18:32 PM

Customizing your resume - The Good News and the Bad News

First, the bad news: gone are the days of sending one-size-fits-all resumes and generic cover letters as part of your job applications. Now, the good news: it is quick and easy to learn the practical, yet creative skills to customize your resume and cover letters for your job applications. To that end, we created a short checklist for customizing your resumes and cover letters, which is located towards the bottom of the article.

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Topics: Get to Work, Resume Writing

Get to Work: 10 Do's and Don'ts for Social Media in Job Searching

Posted by Gina Palladino on Jun 14, 2018 11:58:56 AM

Your social media accounts are unique and personal; venues for your self-expression and the self-expression of your connections; digital spaces to be in touch with your loved ones and casual acquaintances; and more.

Ah, but you’ve started your job search, so should your social media usage and practices change? For most of us, the answer is yes.

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Topics: Get to Work

Get to Work: 3 Simple Tips to Giving Your Resume a Makeover

Posted by Gina Palladino on May 23, 2018 4:09:54 PM

Give Your Resume a Makeover Using 3 Simple Tips

Do you like watching makeover stories? For many, there’s an endless fascination and sense of fulfillment in seeing individuals, homes, or not-so-well-behaved canines be transformed into better versions of themselves.

Your resume makeover could be the next interesting story (minus the cameras, crews, and commercial breaks) when you apply these tips to transform it into a more effective presentation of your skills, education, and professional results.

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Topics: Get to Work