Resume Tips & More
You only have one chance to make a first impression; your resume is just that! The average manager reviews a resume for less than a minute. What sets you apart from others? What will that employer remember about you? Please view the links below to assist you in creating a professional and unique resume.
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*Your resume will not be critiqued at our office. Please take your time and spell check, read out loud to yourself, and have a friend review it. When you submit your resume to the ACE Office, it should be a professional document ready to be sent out to the employer.
*Delta College's Career Services department does resume critiques, mock interviews and much more! Click Career Services for a list of services provided and for contact information.
Please use these resources to assist you in creating your resume.
The optimal first impression for job seekers optimalresume.com
- Make the Optimal First Impression: Standout Resumes, Cover Letters and Interview Skills
- This is not a free service, but they do provide resume and cover letter samples that you can view for free.
Resume Guide (doc) will help when drafting your resume; we strongly encourage you to follow the suggestions provided
SVSU resume tips Visit SVSU to view resume tips, video tutorials and more!
Sample Resumes - From CollegeRecruiter.com. This service has a fee, but there are dozens of free samples.
Jobstar.org - Resume advice from the job hunting site affiliated with the Wall Street Journal.
Online articles from ehow.com:
How to write cover letters
How to write an impressive resume