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  • What Not to Include in Your Resume

    By: Courtesy of Vault

    What Not to Include in Your Resume Some things are inappropriate for a resume or simply better not to include. Here are some rules of thumb about what to avoid. Personal Information Do not include per … Read more

  • Putting It All Together for Your Resume

    By: Courtesy of Vault

    “A real benefit to preparing your résumé is that none of your prep work will go to waste. Every minute you put into it can be used throughout the networking, correspondence, and interview process.”—Su … Read more

  • How to Avoid Common Resume Mistakes

    By: Vault and UNC UCS

    Employers may receive thousands of resumes for one position. Because of this, they are often looking for any reason to eliminate a candidate. While resume writing is a creative process that allows wri … Read more

  • A New Approach to the Traditional Resume

    By: Kathy Anderson and Michelle Mignot, Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

    Imagine putting together a resume that includes: Active hyperlinks to direct employers to work samples, websites, blogs, projects, and audio and video clips; Touches of color or unique fonts; Material … Read more

  • Your College Has a Career Center. Here Are 5 Good Reasons to Use It!

    By: James Andersen is Career and Placement Services Coordinator at Coastal Carolina Community College

    Josh just graduated from a major university two months ago with a degree in computer science. Josh has a lot going for him. He’s young and driven, and he’s super-duper smart. He’s the kind of guy that … Read more

  • The Art of Writing Job-Search Letters

    By: William J. Banis-Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

    Perhaps one of the most confusing aspects of finding a job that you’ll face is writing appropriate job-search letters. The job search may be the first time you’ll have to compose and produce professio … Read more

  • Climb to Your Career in Four Years

    By: Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

    Where will you be in four years? Will you be ready to join the work force? Maybe you have your future planned: You know what you want to be after graduation and you have an idea of how to get there. O … Read more

  • Build the Resume Employers Want

    By: Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

    The resume—an essential tool for any job search. Although a lot of time, effort, and thought has gone into trying to crack the secret, there is no “perfect” resume. Your resume’s job is to move you to … Read more

  • Five Tips for Converting Your CV to a Resume

    By: Jonathan Foland, Graduate Peer Coach and Career Services Assistant

    Many graduate students list their accomplishments in research, teaching, writing, and service on a curriculum vitae. Typically, a CV is prepared for application to teaching and research positions, and … Read more

  • Spring has Sprung /The Grass Has Ris/Wonder Where Your Internship (or job) Is?

    By: Jacquelyn Gist, Assistant Director

    After a long grey winter, it is suddenly spring! The campus is in bloom, mid -terms are almost done and Spring Break is here. It is time to lay back catch some sun, watch some basketball and forget ab … Read more