About this Event
Fostering Resilience to Drive Your Career Forward
Chris Villanueva, Let's Eat Grandma
The job search can be one of the most stressful transitions we have to go through. During this time, many are peppered with confusing messages, auto-rejections, and the uncertainty that comes with not knowing what's next. At worst, we feel like our identity is under attack.
Despite the battle we enter during the job search, we are afforded an incredible opportunity to level up and grow as humans. In this session, we'll cover the struggles of the job search and effective ways to deal with them while fostering resilience. We will wrap the session up by covering LinkedIn, and we'll discuss how to use this tool to foster a sense of momentum in your career.
Track: Driving your Career Forward
Chris Villanueva is the CEO & Co-Founder of Let's Eat, Grandma, an online resume service that was ranked by The Balance as the best resume service of 2020-2023.
Chris decided to apply his passion for people and service to one of the most stressful areas of life: the job hunt. His company has helped 8,000+ paying clients with their resumes -- and hundreds of thousands more through the Career Warrior Podcast.
His philanthropic mission is to help the underprivileged in society, so that the homeless, underserved, and formerly incarcerated can reintegrate back into the workforce.
It all starts with the resume.
The UCR Staff Conference is a two-day event created by and for UC Riverside staff, co-hosted by UCR Staff Assembly, Leaders of Excellence and Distinction (LEAD), and Human Resources Employee and Organizational Development.
Our 2023 event will include three official tracks: driving your career forward; self care / mental wellness; and creating & nurturing a culture of respect.
The conference will take place virtually on Crowdcast on Tuesday, March 28 and Wednesday, March 29, 2023.
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