Create a Resume

Students and Graduates are able to seek assistance in resume development with Career Services.   If you are searching for employment and applying for a position, a resume tailored to each position is highly recommended.  There are many candidates applying for the same position, set yourself apart by creating a resume full of your skills and knowledge in your field.  Utilize our starter guides and resources below to get started.

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How to advance your career after you get hired for your first, professional job

So, you’ve received and accepted an offer of employment for your first, professional job. Congratulations!

At this point, you’re likely mostly excited and probably a little nervous about that job. That excitement and your nerves are natural and nothing to …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Do You Know the Essential Job Skills For a Resume?

Your resume is where you get to show employers all you’ve done and can do, including work experience, education, internships, volunteering, certifications and awards, and your skills. Understanding the right job skills for a resume requires a mix of pulling …

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6 Key Soft Skills Your Resume Needs

When putting together your resume, you’ll want to include your education, work history, achievements, and skills. Most often, a resume showcases both hard skills and soft skills. Hard skills consist of technical abilities such as working knowledge of the Microsoft …

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7 Essential Tips on How to Format a Cover Letter

7 Essential Tips on How to Format a Cover Letter

When you come to writing one of the most important letters in your life, you may need a few ground rules to help you to get started with the format …

Use professional field-tested resume templates that follow the exact "resume rules" employers look for. Easy to use and done within minutes!
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Dealing with an Employment Gap on Your Resume

Over the course of your career, you might experience some employment gaps which can have an effect on your resume. There are many reasons for such gaps, including relocation, family issues, an illness, or going back to college. Whichever the …

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