Now that you have narrowed down some of the interests and activities you enjoy, think about how these ideas translate into next steps to start your job search. Practicing skills, such as career objective planning, resume writing, and interviewing can make all the difference in moving forward to graduation and a successful career!
Your career objective is a personal statement defining the specifics you wish to gain through professional work.
A resume documents your qualifications and summarizes your personal, educational, and be unique in order t highlight your capabilities as they relate to a job or position.
The curriculum vitae, also called an academic resume or CV for short, is a summary of one’s submitted as part of a job, graduate school, or internship application process.
Before you send any letters, it is important to devise some way of keeping track of what you have send.
Have you researched and cleaned up your online identity? Check your social networking profiles to determine if the information is incriminating, outdated, wrong or embarrassing.
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Often, it is the degree or preparation that makes the difference between a successful and unsuccessful interview candidate.
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