Some of you bring your resumes to the office and meet with us individually, some come to see us at Resume Doctor, some of you email your resume to us, and some of you have others look at your resume. Whatever you choose to do, I hope you have found some great resources. If you are still looking for help with your resume, let me suggest some resources that might help you.
Start by reading Three Reasons I’ll Read Your Resume.
Connect with a staff member in Career & Leadership Development:
- Call us at 262-472-1471 and schedule an appointment to sit down with a counselor to go over your resume.
- Send your resume as an attachment by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check out the resume resources on our website.
Some other helpful resources and articles from across the Internet:
- Resume and CV Resources for Job-Seekers (Quintessential Careers)
- Introduction to and Expectations for Resumes (Purdue Online Writing Lab)
- Resumes, Cover Letters, & Other Job Search Correspondence (The Riley Guide)
- What Have I Accomplished? How to Strengthen Your Resume
- Tapping the Power of Keywords to Enhance Your Resume’s Effectiveness
- How to Write a Resume Profile
- Your Resume’s Audience – Cheers or Silence
There are many more resources out there, but this should give you a good start.