SacProNet - Meet Up Group

Resumes, Cover Letters, and Projects

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 9:30am - 11:30am
Panera's Restuarant  9:30AM - 11:30AM  Thursday 25,
At the intersection of El-Camino Avenue and Watt Avenue
3328 El Camino Avenue, Suite 100, Sacramento CAto

This meeting we will review member's resumes and cover letters, and brain storm member's projects.
For members that want help with their resume and cover letters please bring them with you.

SacProNet Weekly Meeting

Articles of Interest on Best Practices in the Job Search

Tue, 06/30/2015 - 9:30am - 11:30am

Ron McClure, PMP

External Vice President
Sacramento Professional Network

We will review and discuss 7 different articles on best practices in the job search process.
We will also critique several resumes and create a T Type cover letter for
the State's Staff Service Analyst I position.

Job Seeker Benefits

  • SacProNet membership includes a wide range of professional, technical, and managerial job seekers who participate as an organized group, helping each other develop and hone skills to land new employment opportunities.
  • Through this self-directed participation, SacProNet members benefit from the following activities:
    • Special events and guest speakers
    • Résumé Development and Review
    • Practice Interviews
    • Networking Opportunities
    • Educational Workshops
    • Skills Enhancement
    • Access to hidden job market
  • How to join

Employers - Find Experienced Professionals FREE

  • Find trained, experienced, and accomplished professionals, without agency fees, by contacting Sacramento Professional Network (SacProNet), a free resource to employers.
  • SacProNet is an all volunteer organization, with no administrative costs to pass on. 
  • SacProNet offers immediate access to experienced professionals with expertise in a wide range of fields.
  • Employers can have their open jobs posted to our web site by sending their job descriptions to or by registering as an "Employer" and entering the job information.
  • How to Join
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