Human Resources (HR) Directors see a lot of resumes and cover letters – one local HR professional is sharing her tips for success with you!
Resumes and cover letters can open doors to opportunities for you. Done correctly, they help secure a phone call or interview with the Human Resources team or hiring manager. Below are some tips on how to get your resume and cover letter right: Continue reading →
The communication you have with your targeted employers after a career fair are equally important as the first impression you made with them during the career fair. Here are 5 ways to pursue a career opportunity in a professional and timely manner: Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered what it is like to sit on the other side of the interview? How about what it is like to be the person accepting resumes? If you haven’t thought about the flip side to recruiting, then maybe you should. After all, wouldn’t you like to know what the other side is looking for?
In the span of one year I went from having a student role to an employer role at the UVM Career Fair. What I have learned in both positions is that preparation is key. There are a few simple things that make for a good first impression: Continue reading →
Even though you may be thinking more about bundling up right now, this is the time to set the stage for your summer plans. Here are the steps you can take to be sure that you’re ready for a productive, experience-boosting summer:
Keep your eyes open for opportunities.
Postings for internships, research opportunities, and part-time jobs are all coming up on listservs, Catamount Job Link, and sites like LinkedIn and Indeed.com. Start keeping a list of positions and opportunities that interest you so that you know what you need to do to apply. Continue reading →
By attending a workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to receive information from a trained Career Peer Mentor who will pay close attention to your needs and help you find the answers to your career related questions.
Do you know what a tagline is for a LinkedIn profile and why it’s important? Should you use an objective statement on your resume? Or do you know the best strategies on how to find internships or how to get started on your 4 Year Plan? If you don’t have the answers to at least one of the questions above, then you should attend one of our weekly workshops in the Career + Experience Hub, Davis Center.
You’re going to pass through the Davis Center anyways, and you can pick up a yummy Feelgood sandwich either before or afterward.
You’ll start the year off right by taking the time to reflect on your career journey, and to top it off, you’ll receive a FREE Career Center water bottle!
Here are the topics, days and times:
LinkedIn Mondays- Mondays (11am-2pm)
Resume Basics: Mondays & Thursdays (4:15pm-5pm)
Internships 101: Tuesdays (4:15pm-5pm)
4 Year Plan for Career Success: Wednesdays (12:15pm-1pm)