Is your resume getting you interviews? Over 90% of people using The Resume Coloring Book format, do.
Washington State University is on the cutting edge regarding the Resume and Cover Letter resources we provide! WSU is the first university to launch The Resume Coloring Book as an on-line resource. We are partnering with the author and founder of Degrees of Transition, Lea McCloud, to bring you this resource (view Lea’s LinkedIn).
A coloring book for your resume?
Yes, a coloring book for your resume!
It’s probably been a while since you picked up crayons and colored in a book. So you might be wondering why we’re encouraging you to use one to develop your resume and other job tools.
When we write resumes, we find that a clear and simple approach is highly effective. In fact, over 90% of Resume Coloring Book clients get interviews, often within days, of revamping their resumes with this methodology.
It’s a simple idea to illustrate a resume and other documents using color-coded pieces that all fit together. It’s a lighthearted and step-by-step approach to what is often viewed as an overwhelming and intimidating task.
We have made it available to you so that you can feel confident with every resume you write!
“The Coloring Book was an excellent start to creating a resume that stands out from the rest. It provided templates of ideas, but eventually I was able to create my own. The templates were very clear and unlike a basic Google search, provided very modern concepts.” – Justin Rath, WSU Alumnus