The most frequent question the center gets is, “What do you think about my resume?” And at the core, it is not what someone thinks about your resume, but is your resume serving you well in the advancement of your career and/or your strategic job search? A resume is a summary of your work history, skills, and education. A resume should be crafted and edited for each specific position for which you apply and it should be just one or two pages long. Also, your resume really isn’t about you - your resume is about how you can fulfill the needs of the employer.
The team in the Center for Career Development is available to assist you with your resume, cover letters, job search strategy, interview skills, and post-interview. To submit your resume for review – please email your resume, a little about what you’re looking for, and some of the challenges you’ve faced to firstname.lastname@example.org
A few resources to assist you with your resume,
Additional resume templates can be found in MyCareer.
It's important to note that these resume templates are designed to help your resume, survive the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and get into the hands of the hiring manager.
For more information on the ATS, please refer to the Prep Talk Article here.
Interested in having your resume reviewed, please email 1) your resume, 2) a little about you and what you're looking for, and 3) a job posting of interest to you as an example to email@example.com