Resumes and Cover letters

Resume Development and Critique

In today’s job market, the resume has become the number one requirement potential employers request. Without a resume, you can’t even begin to compete Before an employer will take valuable time to interview you, he or she wants to meet you – on paper. How you impress that employer with your resume can, and will, make all the difference.

Resumes are used to make a favorable impression on a prospective employer. Your resume is often the first impression a potential employer has of you. For this reason, it is often referred to as one of the most crucial steps taken during a job search.

there is no right or wrong way to format a resume; it really depends on your personal preference and that of the employer, so don’t be surprised if your resume looks different from others’!

At the Career Development Center (CDC), we provide resume trainings, workshops and advice based on what the majority of employers and career experts are expecting on a resume, and tailor it to the requirements and standards of your chosen industry.

Below are a few tips on what you are going to learn through our workshops and sessions

  • Get Started on Your Resume
  • Resume formats
  • Naming your Skills
  • Possible Resume Section Headings
  • Resume writing Tips
  • Resume Checklist
  • Top pitfalls in Resume writing

In-person appointments are preferred, but email and phone consultations are available for students and alumni who cannot travel to campus. Résumés submitted via email will take a minimum of 3-5 business days to review.

For more information regarding resume development services and critique sessions & workshops, through Connect, or call the (CDC) at (03) 4254319, 4252058, 42628756. (Ext: 3216).

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