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Resumazing - Virtual

Thursday, February 10, 2022
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm


Join the WPI Career Development Center on Thursday, February 10th from 3-5pm for Virtual Resumazing; select a time slot and meet with employers for a 1:1 resume critique session.

 To RSVP in Handshake:
 1.) Make sure you have an up-to-date resume uploaded into your account (instructions here:
 2.) Make sure your resume is "visible" in Handshake
 3.) Choose a time that works best for you between 4-7pm from the available slots with employer volunteers.

If you can no longer attend your scheduled time slot, please let the CDC know as soon as possible so we may adjust it.



Join the WPI career Development Center on Thursday, February 10th from 3-5pm for Virtual Resumazing, where you will meet 1:1 with students to offer resume advice. This is a great opportunity to assist students as well as build brand awareness on campus.


Handshake will mark you available from the start (3 pm) until the end of the event (5 pm). Employers are responsible for creating their schedules during this time. 

Handshake’s “Virtual Fair” feature will host the 1:1 sessions during this event. Video will be provided directly through Handshake; it is not necessary to navigate outside of Handshake during this event. It is recommended that the device being used to access sessions during the event does not contain a strict firewall nor VPN.

You and your company will be registered as a Career Fair attendee; however, this event is not a virtual career fair but a resume critiquing event. If you choose to register for this event, you will receive a confirmation via Handshake letting you know when your registration is approved. Once your registration is approved, you may invite additional staff to participate in the event. Please note that any staff added to the registration must have active Handshake account connected with your company's page.

Thank you for your interest in attending this event. Please feel free to reach out to the Career Center’s Career Services Specialist, Jenni DelVecchio, with any questions at