Let's face it: there's no shortcut to a good resume. But by spending a little time and effort, you can craft a document that will sell your accomplishments, big or small, to potential employers and graduate schools.
You'll spend four years earning a diploma -- you can spend a few hours to create a great resume, right?
|A note about CVs: If you're trying to develop a Curriculum Vitae (CV) for graduate school, a job in a technical field or a foreign position, schedule an appointment with a member of our staff. CV styles vary according to their use, and we can help you craft the right document.
6 Steps to a GREAT resume:
1. Check out these samples to see what a good resume looks like.
2. Download our resume tips (.pdf) for instructions on how to create your resume.
3. Download the resume checklist (.pdf) to ensure your resume is clear and effective.
4. Don't forget a great cover letter! Here are some samples to review (.pdf).
5. After you create your resume, schedule a staff review for proofreading and feedback.
6. Submit your resume to TerrierLink, our jobs/internships board, and begin your search.