Review the 4 Rules of Resume Writing.
Organizes your information based on date. Most well-known type of resume.
Organizes your information by skill areas. A great format for individuals with limited related experiences or older experiences.
Organizes your information using skill area headings, followed by experiences organized chronologically under each related heading.
A resource to help you develop strong, tailored, and professional statements for under each experience.
A sample Cover Letter highlighting the applicant's skills, experiences, and fit for the specific position. Remember to create a new Cover Letter for every position you apply to, customizing the information you include based on the job posting.
A sample References List highlighting the information you will want to include.
Information on what an informational interview is, how to prepare, and questions you may want to ask.
A short guide to understanding what networking is, how to find networking opportunities, developing your 'elevator pitch', and identifying your potential networking barriers--among a couple of other great tips to building authentic relationships.
Discover the types of interviews that typically exist, how to dress, and what to bring with you. Even use our practice questions and 'Do's & Don'ts' to help you build your confidence so you can focus on putting your best foot forward.
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