Monday, August 24th
3pm PST | 4pm MDT | 5pm CST | 6pm EST
Join Expert Workforce Recruiters Jalyle Taylor and Lori Chartrand from Edward Jones to learn how to flex your dream career with a resume that will make you stand out to future employers through structure, formatting, skill descriptions and contact information. You will leave this session with key tools to set your resume apart from all others and the confidence to make it happen!
Attendance incentives for lucky winners will include FREE subscription to LinkedIn Premium (valued at over $500) and Amazon digital gift cards!
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Edward Jones Expert Guest Speakers
Jalyle Taylor is a Senior Recruiter Branch Office Administrator Recruiter. His passion in Human Resources has led to his interest in Talent Acquisition. He has tackled recruiting in the industries of engineering, hospitality, and the financial industry. Jalyle’ s mission is to inspire others and support individuals in finding roles, resources, and confidence to succeed.
At Edward Jones, Jalyle has supported firm initiatives and Business Resource Groups such as the Young Professionals, and the Black African American Business Resource groups. He intends to continue to learn, develop and seeks to be a part of initiatives that lead to transformational change in creating the environment that represents an inclusive future of work at Edward Jones. His experience as a recruiter makes him excited to be part of helping talent accomplish their dreams.
Lori Chartrand brought her lifelong passion for recruiting when she joined Edward Jones in 2012. Her nearly 15 years in talent acquisition has developed her for leading a department focused on hiring systems, sourcing strategies, marketing, analytics and floating resource support.
Throughout her career, Lori has advanced her skills to support inclusion and diversity as a Certified Diversity Recruiter, an active member of both the LGBT+ and African American Business Resource Groups, along with leading initiatives with the Branch Development Inclusion & Diversity Committee.
When not at work, Lori and her partner of 13 years enjoy hosting family and friends, watching her nephew’s football games and piano recitals, snuggling with their four rescue fur-babies, and exploring the local craft brew and restaurant scene in the Greater St. Louis area.