When it comes to the TORI resume writing awards many are pre-judging themselves and their ability to win.
But what if you received one of 50 possible nominations (5 per category)? What’s that worth?
Here’s what two former nominees had to say at the time of their nominations:
Since receiving a nomination for a prestigious TORI award in the category of Best New Graduate Resume, I received free publicity in the newspaper, and saw my business increase three-fold among college seniors seeking to put their best foot forward upon graduation.
– Susan Geary, 1stRateResumes.com
So I’ve had a really good problem. Just being nominated last year doubled my business on average. I’ve had to revamp my production and project management processes and am looking to bring on a subcontractor.”
– Melissa Kelley, Kelley Resumes and Wordsmithing
On the TORI page you’ll see others who state they received more press coverage for a nomination than any other publicity!
Can you really miss this chance?
The right resume. The right category. Multiple opportunities. Amazing possibilities! YOU CAN DO THIS!
Registration closes Thursday, July 16, 2020.
(Registrants by the above deadline will have until August 4th to submit entries).