In light of the current emergency restrictions and conditions on many local businesses due to the immediate public health threat, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board today announce that the Massapequa Career Center is offering free online resume review services for those individuals looking to re-enter the workforce following this public health threat. The resume review services are be offered through the Town’s federally funded Workforce Partnership, a consortium of local governments committed to providing free and valuable information and services to both employers and jobseekers.
Supervisor Saladino stated, “Many people are facing a great hardship through unemployment at this time as all non-essential businesses are closed, but hope is around the corner as we continue to fight this pandemic together. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be felt by businesses and prospective jobseekers alike, the present time is as good as any to review and improve your resume with the help of the Massapequa Career Center. Our employees are ready to help!”
Residents looking to consult with the Massapequa Career Center on how best to update their resume to avoid such pitfalls as inclusion of inappropriate information or irrelevant information and work history are urged to email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Professionals will review resumes and contact residents with tips on how to best improve their resume to make it as presentable as possible for future job opportunities.
“The Town and the Workforce Partnership are committed to helping our residents, especially those most in need during this current crisis, find meaningful employment opportunities as well as assisting local businesses looking to restock their workforce in recruiting qualified employees,” added Supervisor Saladino.