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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH Presents: Check the Resume
FEATURING MAESTRO FRESH WES & GUESTS
CHECK THE RESUME is a free online resume and job readiness program attempting to inspire everyone who is seeking employment. Being the first quarter of 2021, it is important to stay motivated as we all go through these challenging times.
CHECK THE RESUME will inspire you to reevaluate yourself by dealing with the concept of SELF-REVISION and emphasizing the importance of COGNITIVE CHANGE. Industry professionals will help in showing you the importance of GOAL SETTING and motivate you to become the greatest version of yourself.
Maestro will be hosting this hour long event and will be interviewing Turk on his trials and tribulations to find out how he shifted his mindset to form the Turk Foundation.
Lori Petteplace and Pamela Braza Pitman will also be speaking on the importance of the job search process, personal branding, and resume writing. As a follow-up, consultation and one on one peer review will be offered as well.
Registration is required to attend this event. Following your registration you will receive an email from ENOUGH IS ENOUGH founder Dub J that includes the Zoom details for the event.
MAESTRO FRESH WES
Wes Williams (aka Maestro Fresh Wes) has recently become the first rap artist to ever have a song inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.
His legendary single “Let Your Backbone Slide” was the first rap recording to reach Gold and Platinum Status and is also considered to be a seminal intergenerational classic.
As an actor, Wes has appeared in several film and television projects, including eight seasons on CBC’s hit sitcom “Mr. D” playing the role of teacher / vice principal, Paul Dwyer .
Wes is also the author of the 2010 motivational book “Stick To Your Vision” and has been selected to do several national presentations, including the 2013 & 2017 Ted Talks on the subject of Self-Revision.
Wes Williams has written theme songs for the 2014 Winter Olympics, 2015 Pan Am Games, as well as the 2016 Summer Olympics. His song “Underestimated” was included in the 2017 EA Sports NHL17.