Resources to help make your job search a success.

A job interview is one of the most drawn-out and intimidating ways of making first impression. However, it’s also your opportunity to make a positive first impression, which can give you a distinct edge over even those applicants whose credentials are better than yours.

Through role-play and mock interviews, we’ll help you prepare for interviews. You’ll learn how to answer probable questions in a confidant manner and learn how to navigate both personal and panel interviews. 

We’ll also review simple ways to make a lasting good impression. (And yes, that means writing thank you notes!)

Interview Prep

Phone Interview Tips

Resignation Letter

Letter of Recommendation

Thank You Note

“I have worked with Tracey over the last 12 years and we have become personal friends as well as professional colleagues. She is personable, professional and a woman of character. Tracey is an outstanding recruiter, as well as person. As VP of Finance, I utilized her skills to help build a team of 13 people in four months. She understood my needs as an employer and brought highly qualified candidates with personalities that would complement our organization. She is an expert judge of talent and personality and able match them with roles, organizations. and cultures. I highly recommend Tracey for senior level recruiting roles.”

– Brent Cowan, CPA, CFO, Business Advisory Services