This website provides resume and job search tips for people with disabilities, and also covers legal rights, how to deal with discrimination or harassment in the workplace, and other job-related resources.
Instead of using resume templates from the internet, duplicate these free samples created by Career Center staff, with input from College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff. See examples demonstrating how to tailor your resume regardless of your major or amount of experience to stand out to employers and graduate admissions.
Thinking about doing an internship? This can be a great way to start making connections in your industry, learning about what you do and do not like about different positions, and more. This resource should help get you started and don’t forget you can schedule an appointment or stop by for a drop-in advising meeting to answer your questions and help you think through next steps.
Show your unique story. Our professional staff developed this guide to help you build your resume, make it you, and develop key material to get an interview. Use the top third of the resume to grab attention and sell yourself in a convincing way. Make the reader stop and say “this person has what we are looking for.”
Take a look at this CV for ideas on how to highlight your veterinary experience, including externships, as well as ways to record academic accomplishments.
Our Guide was created with industry partners and experienced staff to help you understand what employers look for in advanced degree holding candidates.
Resumes may have changed since the last time you created one for an application. Follow the techniques and tips in this resume guide to increase your chances of getting an interview.
In this Q & A, a corporate recruiter shares their perspective on how to make your resume stand out.
Check out this list of industry specific job and internship boards for Liberal Arts Students. Find opportunities in anthropology, art, communications, entertainment, government, non-profits, social justice, sports, teaching, writing, and more!
Employers/Recruiters will spend between 3-30 seconds on your resume the first time through. Based on what they see in that time, they will decide whether to give your resume more of their time. Greatly increase the chances that they will continue reading your resume by creating a strong Professional Profile.
Wondering how you can make your job application materials stand out in a pool of applicants? This episode of Crash Course dives into the strategies of making your resume and cover letter stand out to employers.
Springboard for the Arts is an economic and community development organization for artists and by artists. Use their site to identify job and internship opportunities, explore fellowships and sponsorships, and discover professional development offerings–all designed specifically for artists!