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Tips & Resources

Career Services has developed a wealth of tip sheets and resources to assist you in your career and professional development.  

Career Guide

Use the Career Guide to get how-to information on writing a resume and cover letter; interviewing, and planning your career steps over the next four years. Hard copies are available in the Career Services Office

Getting Started with Career Services

Register with Career Services (Assignment sheet for UNIV1100)

Login to your Eagle Career Network Account

Resumes and Cover Letters

First Year Student Resume Tip Sheet

Effective Resume Writing

Student-Athlete Resume

Writing a Resume Objective

Action Verbs

Curriculum Vitae

Experienced/Seasoned Resume

Student Leader Resume

Writing a Cover Letter

Resume 2.0: Building a LinkedIn Profile

Networking and Interviewing

Networking/Informational Interviewing

Interviewing Skills

How to Dress Professionally

Career Planning & Exploration

What is Career Counseling?

Exploring Majors

My Four Year Career Plan

Are your Career Ready?

Job Search Strategies

Job Search Strategies

Using Social Media to Find a Job

Finding a Part-time Job

Going to Graduate School

Applying to Grad School/Personal Statements

Recommended Job Search Engines:

www.indeed.com - all jobs, all industries

www.simplyhired.com - all jobs, all industries

www.idealist.org - nonprofit jobs

www.entertainmentcareers.net - jobs. careers, advice in entertainment

www.mediabistro.com - jobs, careers, advice in journalism and media

www.higheredjobs.com - jobs in higher education

www.snagajob.com - part-time jobs

www.craigslist.com - part-time job

Local Job Sites



https://www.sittercity.com - babysitting/care jobs

www.ncworks.gov - all local jobs across the state

www.ihirehealthcareadministration.com - healthcare administration jobs

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