Resumes and Letters

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  1. Review the resources on Career Services website
  2. Create a draft
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The resume provides an opportunity to market yourself and highlight your strengths. The average HR official takes 30 seconds or less to skim through a resume so it is important to present a strong and clean document.

Much of your formatting and enclosed information, depends on the field you want to go into. Consider the following examples when creating your resume.

Resume Formats

General Formats

Industry Specific Formats

Tips and Tools

Resource Videos

Check out these videos for help editing your resume! Additional videos on resumes, letters, and other topics can be found on the Career Resource Videos page.

The Résumé as a Guide
Learn about the purpose of a résumé, UWS resume resources, how to get started and organize your document, advice for certain sections, and overall tip...
Cover Letters as a Branding Tool
Learn why the cover letter is an important part of your personal branding, how to address it, best practices, and some ideas for what to write. Includ...
Seeking Out and Using References
Learn about who makes the best references, how to ask someone to be your reference, and how to take care of your references so they can do their best ...

LearningExpress Library: Resume and cover letter tutorials, among other career and continuing education resources

Learning Express

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