Resume and Job Search Resources
Most employers take less than a minute to review a resume before deciding whether to contact the applicant for an interview. Be sure your resume is well organized, easy to read and free of errors! On this page, we offer links to sample resumes by program area to help get you started. For more details about how to come up with compelling content for your resume, read the articles below. Have others edit/review your work; the Writing Center on campus can help proof for errors.
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How to Network Successfully | Job Hunting
People are the most important source of information about new jobs and career opportunities. For every person who finds a position online, at least ten more find theirs through the people they know. Most job opportunities are never even advertised because organizations look first at people they know and people who come recommended. Building a good personal network will help you find your way to a good job.
Keys to Creating a Great Resume
Your resume is your most important job marketing tool.Your resume should concisely summarize your work experience, emphasize your accomplishments and include key words such as "problem solving," "leadership" and team building." You want an employer to see, at a glance, how you can contribute to the organization. If your resume can grab a hiring manager's attention, you'll be invited to interview.
CareerOne Cover Letter Tips & Advice
Do you really need a cover letter when you apply for jobs? According to many of today’s human resource experts, a well-written cover letter distinguishes your application. It is a good opportunity to make a good impression on an employer and show why you are a strong candidate for the job. Cover letters take a time and effort but they could be your ticket to a job interview.
Amp Up Your Interview
Your resume got you in the door. Now you have to show the employer you are the best candidate for the job. This is your chance to meet with a potential employer and demonstrate your skills and abilities. There are no quick formulas to succeeding in an interview, but preparation, practice and attention to detail will certainly give you the confidence you need as you put your best foot forward.