One of the most important parts of career planning is developing a resume.
Career and Professional Development can help build a resume from the ground up or fine-tune one to be the best it can be.
Resume Writing Guide PDF
A resume is a descriptive summary of your background:
The primary purpose of the resume is to obtain an interview.
Keep in mind that your resume might not be read by a human being and instead might be scanned into a computer database.
You might mail, email, or post your resume online. Slight variations in writing style are required for each situation; consider calling the organization to determine which type of resume to send.
DO NOT Include
Attractive and Easy to Read
Free of Errors
Cover LettersAlways include a cover letter with every resume. Cover letters act as polite, friendly introductions that give an overview of who you are, what sets you apart, and why you're a good candidate for the position.
When mailing, print the letter on the same paper.