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Resumes & Cover Letters

Your resume is the professional  representation of your background, experience, and abilities. There's a lot that goes into a solid resume from formatting and organization to the written content. And because employers will first see your resume without having a chance to get to know you, it truly is your first impression. That said, the work shouldn't be taken lightly. When seeking help on a resume, it's highly recommended that you hire a professional who knows the industry, can ask the right questions, and has a high proficiency in writing. 

LinkedIn Profiles


According to a recent report from Jobvite, a company that helps businesses find talent, 77 percent of recruiters use LinkedIn to find candidates. The truth is, there will come a time when traditional resumes will no longer be relevant. Another hard truth is that time is coming sooner rather than later. LinkedIn allows clients to elaborate on their work experiences, educational background, skills and interests in a more detailed manner than resumes were ever capable of. When you hire us to revamp your profile, we use an itemized checklist to reshape your online image from start to finish. 



From time to time, clients will reach out asking if we ghostwrite essays. The short answer is no, mostly because of honor codes, but we also choose not to because we believe in helping individuals develop the useful skill of writing so that they can approach their next assignment or project with more confidence and understanding. We guide clients through their current content and provide real time feedback that can establish a better understanding of organization and grammar for writing in the future. For clients who have ongoing writing assignments, we're more than happy to assist on a recurring basis. 

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Career Counseling 


Because of the nature of our business, many clients have questions about how to align their strengths and passions with the a career that makes sense. We work with individuals to better outline professional pathways, build relevant workplace skills, and better understand how to navigate the application and interviewing process. We provide services related to finding potential professions, applying with companies, practicing interviews, and many other services. 

Business Support


Small business owners understand there is a lot that goes into running a successful company. Some business owners are great at their craft but lack the necessary writing skills necessary to take their organization to the next level. With previous clients, we've assisted with a wide array of services, including building websites from scratch, creating business cards, developing business reports, advertising materials, and many others. 



While we provide direct services for most clients, some individuals are more interested in becoming better writers themselves. As a result, we host virtual and in-person tutoring sessions on a myriad of skills, from basic computer literacy to elementary level grammar, mechanics, and best practices. We've helped clients with all levels of written content, including Master's theses and middle school application essays. 

Frequently Asked Questions


We get asked a lot of important questions that ultimately guide clients in their decision to work with us. Here is a list of the top 5 most asked questions our best answers! 

 01  How much are services?


This is by far the most asked question, and it usually comes up pretty early in our initial conversations. While basic proofreading services start at $50, there is no exact pricing guide for the services we offer. The reason for this is simply--every project is different. A resume being condensed from 4 pages to 1 page is going to cost different than a resume from scratch. The best way to get an exact quote is to set up a call and present your current documents!  


 02  How long until my project is complete?


We pride ourselves on responsiveness and turnaround time. We won't rush through your project by any means, but we're also not playing around. Most clients can expect to have finished products in 1-7 business days. 

 03  How can I pay? 


​We currently accept payments through Zelle, PayPal, Venmo, or Cashapp.

- Zelle:

- Paypal: @dallaswritingproject

- Venmo: @dallaswritingproject 

- Cashapp: $dallaswritingproject

 04  What if I am not satisfied? ​


One of the greatest aspects of working with Dallas Writing Project is that you don't pay unless you are satisfied. This means that we go through several stages of the revision process until you approve of a final product. At the end of your experience, if you are still not happy, you don't pay. 

 05  Does DWP work with other types of projects? ​


Yes. Although resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles are the bulk of what we do, we've also helped with college essays, letters, flyers, business documents, bios, video scripts, and more. We've even helped individuals find other professionals in cases where we can't do the work ourselves. Needless to say, if you have a project we might be able to help with, just ask! 



DWP can be categorized with the three Cs: Content, Community, and Competitions. 

Content: DWP helps clients with all types of written content, from graduate-level Master's theses, all the way to elementary-level ELL tutoring. As the company grows, the content aspect of DWP will continue to be the driving force behind our ability to engage with the community in meaningful ways.


Community: DWP strives to engage individuals with the world around them. We have a heart for those that are incarcerated, and our goal is to help these individuals have productive experiences during their sentences. We also aim to provide valuable resources upon re-entry that lead to successful and purposeful lives. We do this through pen-pal correspondence and direct career services/counseling. 


Competitions: DWP believes in the power of writing, and as a strategy for engaging the youth with this very important skill set, we host two writing competitions annually. In the Spring, we facilitate the Big D Poetry Competition, which invites high school students to create their best work. In the Fall, we focus on the Scary Stories Contest, where elementary students use their creativity to develop great stories for telling around the campfire.