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Kevin's Resume 2.0

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Old fashioned, Microsoft Word template, resumes list facts and figures, dates and titles, but don't tell the hiring manager who you are or what you do.

I created this resume in hopes of sharing my story: where I've been and how I got there. I want the person who hires me to know me... before the interview.

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Kevin's Resume 2.0

  1. kevinCARTERkevinCARTER
  2. That’s my resume down there. It probably looks a lot like other people’s resumes. It has dates, positions, and accomplishments, but it doesn’t tell you who I am. What you’re currently reading is my resume2.0 It tells the story of who I am, what I’m doing, and where I’m going.
  3. My family has lived in Northern Nevada for six generations. When I was 18, I got on a plane and flew to follow2,600 miles to follow my passion in politics and study in Washington, DC. 2,600 miles
  4. My family has lived in Northern Nevada for six generations. When I was 18, I got on a plane and flew to follow2,600 miles to follow my passion in politics and study in Washington, DC. 2,600 miles I wanted to see how laws are made
  5. I went to undergrad here: #1 on the list of schools with “the most politically#1 on the list of schools with “the most politically active students.” Then I got a Master’s in American Government here:
  6. As an undergrad, I was a lowly INTERNINTERN I worked for the Legislative Affairs group of the Bureau of Land Management.
  7. As an undergrad, I was a lowly INTERNINTERN I worked for the Legislative Affairs group of the Bureau of Land Management. I looked at a lot of these
  8. As an undergrad, I was a lowly INTERNINTERN I worked for the Legislative Affairs group of the Bureau of Land Management. I looked at a lot of these And spent a lot of time here.
  9. During grad school, I worked full time for the International City/County Management AssociationAssociation
  10. During grad school, I worked full time for the International City/County Management Association Working full time + getting a Master’s in one year required a lot of Association
  11. is the professional association for local government managers. Local government and urban planning are big interests of mine… so it was a perfect fit. I even wrote my thesis on how why cities hire managers.
  12. At ICMA, we worked to attract young people to local government. I managed & created our social media: And helped shape a brand new social media platform @LocalManagers facebook.com/localgov ICMA.org/KN
  13. I also created a direct mail campaign that brought in: of all new full members and made the association $40,000 dollars in new revenue over a year &1/2 18%$40,000 dollars in new revenue over a year &1/2 I worked with city and town managers to publish their official handbook and co-wrote a paper on public sector retirement systems with theVP of Research.
  14. i workFORYOUi workFORYOU
  15. i workFORYOUi workFORYOU
  16. i workFOR HIM
  17. I’m a The Presidential Management Fellowship is a prestigious two year fellowship in the Federal government. I’m currently doing my fellowship with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
  18. I haven’t been at OPM very long, but already I’ve done some very cool work. Like writing speeches for him (That’s OPM Director John Berry)
  19. I don’t think there’s any greater work out there than to serve the public. I want to inspire and energize the Federal workforce, prep the next generation ofFederal workforce, prep the next generation of government leaders, and make government cool. If you share these aims and think I can help you, or have ideas that can help me achieve them here at OPM, contact me; Let’s talk! kevinr.carter@GMAIL.COM

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