Simple: type your email address in the box below and click the "help me" button. Your password will be auto-emailed to you if that email address matches the one we have on file for you.
Please note that, for security reasons, only your password will be emailed to you. If you have lost your username as well, please call (530) 889-9852 and speak to Joelle.
Once my order is submitted, what happens next?
You will be registered to use the Online Resume Manager and the system will
generate a username and password that will be emailed to you. To access the
Resume Manager, go to the
home page and enter your username and password in the login boxes on the upper
right. Once you are logged in, a red "Logout" button appears in the navigation
area on the left. To enter the resume manager, click on the "Resume Manager"
link (AFTER you are logged in) on the lower part of the navigation area on the
left side of the page.
How do I extend the posting of my site for an additional six months?
Your site will be published for six months at a time. You will receive
a reminder from CorporateWarriors.com® when your six months
is nearly up. At this time, you will be given the opportunity to extend
your battle for an additional six months. If the site is not extended,
it will be removed from the Internet.
What is entailed in creating a confidential resume to disguise my identity?
A confidential resume
disguises your identity by removing any reference to your name, location, or current
and immediate past employers. You will be given a confidential email link (see
the following question for a description of the system).
How does the
CorporateWarriors.com email address system work for the confidential resume?
You will be given a CorporateWarriors.com® mailbox number where prospective employers can send you email. CorporateWarriors.com® will
then forward that email to your own email address. This assures that you
receive your email messages in a timely manner without having to learn a whole new set of
does a "one-time" set of revisions constitute, and what is an
"event" for subsequent changes I might want to make on my Web portfolio or
We recommend that you carefully proofread
your documents before you send them to CorporateWarriors.com for publishing.
Once your Web resume or portfolio has been published, we highly recommend you review the site
carefully for content, typos, or minor revisions you wish to have made to
give the site a "polish." You will have the opportunity to submit a
request for these changes at no charge at that time. If you decide to make
additional changes at a later date, there is a $20 fee for each set of subsequent
How do I record my
30-second sound byte?
Windows comes with a sound recorder
accessory. You must first make sure you have an sound card installed in your
computer, and a built-in or add-on microphone.
Go to your Start button and select Programs-->Accessories-->Entertainment-->Sound
Recorder. This will bring up a small console with controls similar to those on
a tape recorder.
To begin recording, click on the button with a fat black "dot" on
it. Recording begins immediately, so be ready to talk when you click. It
is a great idea to have your "script" typed out and displayed on your
computer screen when you open the sound recorder. Then both items are on your
screen and you will be facing the microphone as you speak.
To stop, click on the button with the black rectangle on it. The Play
button is the one with the black triangle on it. When you play your recording,
note the counter on the sound recorder so your sound byte does not exceed 30
seconds.Save your file with a short name (choose File-->Save
from the menu) and give it a WAV extension.
Once you are satisfied with your sound byte, you must make sure that the file has
been reduced to a manageable size. While still in Sound Recorder,
select File-->Properties. Within the resulting dialog box is a
section titled Format Conversion. Choose Convert Now. At
the top left is a drop-down box entitled Name. From that drop-down box,
choose Telephone Quality. This reduces the file to 11,025Hz, 8 Bit,
Mono. This is the format you want. Your sound byte quality will be very
good at these settings. Now the file is ready to be sent via