Resume, Cover Letter, Handshake, Networking, and Interviews

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Resume

Don’t miss critical information hiring managers are looking for. Learn about what to include, what not to, and how to present your most marketable skills.

Interview

A mock interview, also known as a practice interview, is a simulation of an actual job interview. It provides you with an opportunity to practice for an interview and receive feedback.

Handshake

The #1 way college students get hired. Find the right job. Get hired.

Networking

In today’s world, networking is a necessity. A mountain of research shows that professional networks lead to more job and business opportunities, broader and deeper knowledge, improved capacity to innovate, faster advancement, and greater status and authority. Building and nurturing professional relationships also improves the quality of work and increases job satisfaction

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Cover Letter Template

A cover letter is a document sent with your resume to provide additional information on your skills and experience. Employers use cover letters as a way to screen applicants for available jobs and to determine which candidates they would like to interview.

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A cover letter is a document sent with your resume to provide additional information on your skills and experience. Employers use cover letters as a way to screen applicants for available jobs and to determine which candidates they would like to interview.

Easy Steps for Cover Letter Completion

Ultimately, you want your cover letter to convey your interest in the position. To start off on the right note, get the salutation right by being as specific as possible—ideally with the name of the hiring manager. Of course, that can’t always happen, but as long as the effort is clearly made, you’ll be starting your cover letter in the right place.

Elevator Speech Prep Sheet: The 30-Second Introduction

An elevator pitch is a brief, persuasive speech that you use to spark interest. You can also use them to create interest in a project, idea, or product – or in yourself. A good elevator pitch should last no longer than a short elevator ride of 20 to 30 seconds, hence the name.

Email Etiquette for Enhancing Your Job Search and Career

Few things can tarnish your professional brand quite like a poorly written, misguided email. One click of the “send” button can be the difference between a successful business exchange and a potential HR issue or coworker conflict. And while Americans send hundreds of thousands of emails a day, it should not be taken for granted.

Telephone Etiquette for The Job Search and Interview

Communicating over the phone remains an important tool for businesses. Phone calls are often the first positive impression someone will have of you.