Mind Your Career: Resumes That Resonate



Any well-written resume follows a standard set of guidelines, but to get noticed by discerning employers you need to more than meet the guideline. You need to write a resume that resonates.

Cost: No Cost 



Januray 11th 2018

 12pm - 1pm US Central Time 

Career Strategist, Pam Schilling shares resume development strategies and specifics that will capture the attention of A-List organizations and high-bar hiring managers, and thus the attention of any employer in the field or role you are pursuing. 

This webinar will cover:

  • Myths and facts of resume writing for today’s job market
  • What “tailoring” your resume really means and how to
  • Different resume styles to align to your job search and purpose

Pam’s advice will help you get from point A to B, either in your current field or as you transition into to a new arena.

Pam says, “Transitions can be difficult. I have helped many professional aiming to make shifts, for example from the corporate roles to non-profit. Their early efforts did not result in any progress - often because great prior experience wasn’t written in a language non-profit professionals understood. This is even so for moving from a mature to a fast-growing industry.”

Pam works with professionals who are making difficult career transitions and highly credentialed leaders who are seeking entry into elite organizations to craft resumes that get noticed.

Learn more about Pam at www.linkedin.com/in/pamschilling or www.archcareerpartners.com.

Pam leverages 25 years of experience from strategy consulting and tech-co finance leadership roles to set the strategic direction for Arch Career Partners and working directly with clients. Her career mission is to bring talent to organizations and build talent within, aiming to advance business priorities and individual career goals. Pam’s expertise is 1. thinking strategically about career advancement, 2. drawing out insights about skills/capabilities/career path, 3. establishing creative and rigorous approaches for training, and 4. framing roadmaps to pursue roles and advance with high performing organizations.

Prior to Arch Career Partners, Pam’s roles included completing Sprint’s Finance Leadership Rotational Program, consultant with Diamond Technology Partners and Strategy& (now part of PwC), Chief of Staff for a practice leader with Huron Consulting Group, Director of Finance during the IPO of a tech-firm, and Career Coach with Chicago Booth’s Career Services team.

Pam has an MBA from Chicago Booth and a B.S.B. in Accounting and Business Administration from the University of Kansas (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!), and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business Administration at DePaul University.

Pam resides in Chicago with her husband and twin toddler boys. Her professional and personal interests include: Mentoring, travel and exploring, photography, podcasts, cooking and dining, sports

Event Contact                                                                                         Staff Liason 

Rachel Birkhahn-Rommelfanger                                                             AlumniAssociation@uchicago.edu 
rachelbr@uchicago.edu                                                                              +1.773.702.2150