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Is your resume getting you interview requests? If not, Happiness Now can help. We provided one-on-one resume reviews to help you create an attractive, tailored resume geared towards the industry you desire.


Are you making a career transition? Happiness Now can help you get unstuck and help you navigate the career transition process. Happiness Now helps individuals with the entire career development process including including self-assessment, career exploration, resume & cover letter reviews, and interview preparation.



The interview is one of the most important steps in the job search process but many individuals do not sufficiently prepare. Happiness Now can help you properly prepare for an interview to show hiring managers why they should hire you! We will assist you with commonly asked interview questions, dress for success, questions to ask, salary negotiation, and things to avoid during the interview process.


Tamara possesses over 12 years of experience helping individuals with their career transition including self-assessment, career exploration, resume & cover letter critiques, and interview preparation.

Tamara has a passion for serving Veterans and active service men and woman in their career transition from military  to civilian employment.

Visit Tamara's LinkedIn profile for more information about her past experience.



Previously Recorded Webinars

This webinar was given at the University of San Diego


  • Master of Arts in Higher Education, University of Louisville - Louisville, Kentucky

  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (Minor Marketing), Ball State University - Muncie, Indiana

  • ATD Designing Learning Certificate, May 2016

  • Society of Human Resources (SHRM) Essentials of HR Management, May 2015

  • Our Call to Duty: Creating an Environment for Veterans’ Success in the 21st Century, April 2013

  • National Association of Colleges and Employers Career Coaching Intensive, January 2012

  • ASTD Multimedia for Instructional Designers Certification Program, October 2011

  • Strong Interest Inventory, June 2009

  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, March 2007