What you learn in the classroom or lab is just one part of what will make you valuable to an employer after graduation. Your professional success will require more than just deploying your disciplinary knowledge and skills in a work environment. To compete in today's economy, you must learn to plan deliberately, communicate effectively, and think strategically. Once you've engaged in assessing and investigating potential careers, you'll also want to refine your understanding of the documents, processes, and protocols that comprise a strategic job search. Graduate Career Services offers experience and expertise in professional development and resource management. We will work with you to craft your resume, CV, and cover letter. We will provide guidance in personal branding, networking, interviewing, and negotiating. From start to finish, we want you to succeed.
Guide to develop a CV that stands out
Outlines resume basics as well as the differences from developing a CV
Strategies to develop academic and non-academic cover letters
Writing effective statements (Research, Teaching, Diversity) and developing a comprehensive portfolio
Process to select the best references for each opportunity
Overview and strategies to maximize the functions of the site
Building and maintaining your "Professional Presence"
Curriculum Vitae, Resume, and Cover Letter examples