Written by Christina B, English '18 The First Avenue Career Fair is this Friday, March 2nd, and if you’re like me, you still haven’t printed out ANY resumes. Procrastination strikes again. Luckily, the Career Center not only has resume paper for sale (the good stuff, it’s linen people) but a handy printer that everyone can use. However, our dear printer is a little old and … [Read more...] about Printing Resumes in the Career Center
| By Ally Mueller | When building a resume, most people know to include relevant work experience, your educational background, honors/awards you received, and potentially a GPA, but there actually are a variety of other topics that can be included on a resume. These topics are especially beneficial for students who may not have an abundance of work experience, as they show … [Read more...] about Unexpected Ways to Build a Resume
By Cristina Scalzo The other day, my aunt called and woke me up at ten in the morning. She was in the Portland area and was wondering if I was interested in going on a walk. I groggily said yes even though I knew I had a million things to do to prepare for finals. This walk turned out to be a 5 mile speed walk/life update session. It also turned out to be a casual interview … [Read more...] about Networking: Know Who You Know!
By Briana Rossi If you are applying for a job, you will be required to submit a resume with your application. A resume is more than just a piece of paper with your work history; it shows the prospective employer all the great things that you have accomplished and what you have learned from your experiences. It is your chance to validate that you have the qualifications of a … [Read more...] about Making a Standout Resume