Resumes

Tips for Success

Create a Winning Resume and Cover Letter

These videos provide the essential ingredients to creating a resume that gets results.
Students and recent graduates click here to view video.

Resume and cover letter videos for job seekers with work experience.

  1. Introduction
  2. Headings
  3. Objective - Summary
  4. Work History
  5. Education
  6. Honors and Awards - Associations
  7. Community and Volunteer Experience
  8. Military History
  9. Formatting
  10. Having More than One Resume
  11. Cover Letters
  12. Summary

Resumes

Essential Ingredients of a Great Resume
Your resume is your personal marketing tool. It must clearly communicate your qualifications to potential employers. Learn the key ingredients to a well-written resume and how to make yours stand out among the competition. The tip sheet below provides essential information for creating a winning resume.

Student/Recent Graduate Examples

Other Job Seeker Examples

Sample Summary Statements

Sample Accomplishment Statements

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