Marketing Yourself 101: Resumes and Interviews
When asked to write an article on mentoring Assistant Golf Professionals, I tried to think of a topic that would cover a wide variety of skillsets. There are no two Golf Professionals that are exactly alike, and all of us have a different capabilities. Some are great teachers or exceptional players, while others may have superb interpersonal skills or great managerial attributes. Regardless of your skillset or career path, it is important to make certain your resume is written to convey your strengths, while at the same time, remaining concise and humble. This goes hand in hand with your cover letter, which is typically the first impression an employer will have of a potential candidate. I have listed some of the more important aspects of your resume and cover letter, as well as some suggestions for a successful interview. More Information
PAO Patron Program
Important reminder if you haven’t done so already, please remember to sign up for the PAO, which can be done one of two ways. First, you can register by going to the following link on Blue Golf: PAO Patron Program
Or you can fill out the PAO Head Golf Professional Patron Program form: PAO Patron Program Form
PAO Patrons: Head Professionals & Directors of Golf
Special thanks to those Head Professionals and Directors of Golf who are supporting the PAO and their assistant golf professionals. Listed below are the Head Professionals and Directors of Golf who are PAO Patrons.
|Adam Brigham||Waynesborough Country Club||Baker DeCamp
|Ian Dalzell||Huntingdon Valley Country Club||Jason Duckworth
|Linda Nevatt||The ACE Club||Corey Melnick
|Wayne Phillips||Lehigh Country Club||Steve Frederick
PAO Premier Partners
Conrad JJ Radcliffe, Esq.
PAO Mission Statement
The purpose of the Philadelphia Assistants’ Organization is to prepare the Assistant Golf Professionals of the Philadelphia Section PGA of America for future professional success as a PGA member. We will give Assistant Professionals the opportunities to prepare themselves for the playing ability test, the PGA’s Professional Golf Management Program, the golf business, and future PGA membership. This is accomplished with leadership, mentoring, support through education, networking, and tournament competition.