Activities & Organizations
» About Career Services
» Major and Career Resources
» Part-time and Summer Jobs
» Internship Information
» Resumes and Interviewing
» Employment Resources
» Graduate School Resources
» Resources for Employers
» Resources for Teachers
» Bronco2Bronco Networking
» Graduation Survey
From the Chaplain
HC Media Online
Policies & Procedures
Developing effective tools to use in your job search is paramount to achieving your goals. Whether you are looking for an internship, applying to graduate school or searching for a full time job, well written cover letters, quality resumes and effective interviewing skills are important. Career Services provides guidance and resources on all of these topics.
|Career Library Resources (Cover Letters, Resume, Interviewing, Job Search, Portfolio)|
|Volumes of books and resources usefule in the job search are available to check out from the career library within Career Services. |
|Resume Critiques & Personal Assistance|
Use Career Services’ resume guide or other career library resources to prepare a draft of your resume. Set up an individual appointment to get suggestions for strengthening your content and presentation. Stop by Career Services, call 461-7400 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
The best cover letters are targeted to one opportunity and one employer and are difficult to write until you have your “target market” in mind. Career Services is available to provide guidance in writing letters and will critique your letters with you before you send them.
Success in the interview begins with preparation. Never go into an interview “cold.” Career Services offers practice interview sessions. Just schedule an appointment and drop off your resume in advance. Use the Career Services’ Interview Guide to prepare. If you prefer to practice with an off-campus employer, Career Services will help you set up an appointment. Take advantage of college resources to prepare to win the internship or job you want.
|Job Search Resources|
You aren’t born knowing how to search for a job and the images you see on television of people in the job hunt are often stereotypical and limited. It is also easy to get caught up in using the Internet as your only method. To run an effective internship or job search you really need to use multiple approaches and have “go to” people to support you and answer questions as you progress. Staff members in Career Services have over 15 years of experience helping students with their job searches and are excited to respond to your concerns. Make Career Services your “go to” place for job search advice and guidance.