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How to Beat the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and Land a Job (Career Management Series #93)

Reneé Zung, VP, Keystone Partners, will give us a presentation on the ATS, as well as treat us to tricks to search for a job in the digital age.

In today’s job market having a resume that is Applicant Tracking System (ATS) friendly can be the difference between being interviewed and never being seen. This session will provide tips and resources to beat the ATS.

The session will also cover:

  • Online Job Boards – what they are and what role they play in a job search
  • VR Interviews – the purpose of, and how to prepare for, virtual reality interviews
  • PS Don’t Forget Your Digital Brand – ultimately, people hire people, and the hiring people are looking for you online before they meet with you

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. EDT

(A Zoom Event)


Reneé Zung is a client-focused Career Services Consultant, as well as a workshop and webinar facilitator. She is Vice President of Curriculum and Content at Keystone Partners. Reneé brings over 10 years’ experience providing career transition coaching to executives, senior managers and individual contributors. Reneé provides a professional and holistic 1:1 coaching style, ensuring the highest level of client satisfaction to professionals in career transition. She develops innovative and strategic business solutions for clients by applying local market trends, business experience, and analytical perspectives to improve and accelerate landing success for clients. She is well versed in leveraging social media to gain exposure in a competitive job market. Reneé's strengths in LinkedIn profile writing and optimization, coaching and facilitation, coupled with her solid business understanding, enable her to advise individuals at all levels across different industries. Reneé is Birkman certified and an educational specialist by training. She received her MEd and BS in Education from Georgia State University.


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