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Resume Writing Workshop a Success – Documents Posted

Thursday 6th of September 2018 01:47:55 AM

Thank you to all who attended our resume writing workshop on August 28.  Ms. Moore has kindly provided the documents from her presentation for members who were unable to attend the session.

Download the PowerPoint presentation here:  Winning Resume Writing_Aug 18

Participant handout: Resume Writing Participant Handout

Awards Nominations Closed

Monday 3rd of September 2018 10:52:10 PM

Thank you to everyone who applied for our Excellence in Community Service, Mentorship, and Leadership Awards, and Essay Contest.  The nomination window has closed.  The SPWA Board of Directors will convene a review board and will notify winners and nominators via email in the coming weeks.

Please contact Vice President Ms. Terri Schulze with any questions at (571) 256-2707, terri.e.schulze.civ@mail.mil, or dodspwa@gmail.com.

Last Week to Apply for 2018 Awards!

Wednesday 29th of August 2018 10:24:01 PM

The 2018 SPWA Awards & Essay Contest closes 31 Aug 18! Fill out our EASY application forms today!

The Department of Defense Senior Professional Women’s Association (SPWA) is proud to offer three annual awards and an essay contest ($500 prize) in 2018.

The objective of the annual awards program is to promote and share models of excellence and to recognize exemplary members.

Please visit our awards page for more details and to apply:
https://dodspwa.com/awards/

Resume Writing Workshop a Success

Wednesday 29th of August 2018 09:42:51 PM

Thank you to all who attended our resume writing workshop on August 28.  We are working on posting the briefings presented for those who were unable to join us.

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