With Connected Academics, you’ll find incredible resources to prepare for careers outside of academia. This link includes resume tips and samples to translate doctoral experiences from languages, literature, and the humanities to non-academic industries.
From the New England Conservatory, see resume tips and examples for music composition, performance, and writing.
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.
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.
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.
This mock resume highlights some of the experience you may have as a CSU Football player.
Watch a Career Coach talk about best practices for resumes and cover letters when applying to new jobs or internships!
Use our checklist to make sure your resume meets all the important criteria.
Write a resume that will wow your potential employer.
Learn how to communicate your fish, wildlife and conservation biology skills to your future employer.
Account for your public accounting resume with help from this resume example.
Words are powerful. Use them to your advantage by viewing this list of power phrases.