Using AI to Your Advantage When Becoming Career Ready

When using ChatGPT or other Generative AI platforms, it is important to think of these programs as a tool to enhance the development of materials and content, and not a replacement.

By Nancy Bilmes
Nancy Bilmes Director (she/her)
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Résumé Advice for Non-Profit Organizations that Benefit the Common Good 

Learn how to create a strong résumé for positions at non-profits that contribute to social and community well-being and get expert advice from a recruiter at Teach for America.

By Heidi Pineda
Heidi Pineda DE&I Career Ambassador Program Coordinator
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The One Thing: Qualifications

Looking for ways to improve your résumé or CV? Consider adding in a qualifications section. Read on to learn more about what to include and see examples of what they look like.

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Associate Director, Graduate Student & Postdoc Career Programs and Services | Pronouns: she/her/hers
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Formatting Your Cover Letter

You’re getting your materials together to apply to an amazing job or internship, and then you see the job description requires that you send a cover letter as well – and you don’t even know what a cover letter looks like.  …

By Kathleen Powell
Kathleen Powell Front Desk Operations Assistant
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The Biggest Resume Mistakes For Veterans

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistake that veterans make in their resumes that could hurt them from getting the corporate/civilian job they’re …

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Chavi Agarwal Of CView On How To Create Ceiling-Shattering CVs In Post-Pandemic World

“The job market is highly competitive. However, the process of sifting and sieving of all candidates begins on the review of one of the most basic fundamentals of businesses – the CV or resume.

All of us at some point have …

By Tasneem Sariya
Tasneem Sariya Chavi Agarwal Of CView On How To Create Ceiling-Shattering CVs In Post-Pandemic World
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How to market military experience on a resume and cover letter

Recent college grads and entry-level job seekers with military experience can set themselves apart from other job seekers because they have experience beyond the classroom that employers covet.

But the only way to do that is to create a resume …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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3 Pieces of Advice for a Great Cover Letter

How can you tailor your cover letter to the opportunity to which you are applying? I recently held a session on Cover Letters (Ask me Anything Series on Career Preparation for International Students). Here are some of the main action …

By Desiree Martino
Desiree Martino Career Coach | Pronouns she/her
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Turn Your Greek Org. Experience into a Resume Booster

What do Kamala Harris and Phylicia Rashad have in common? They are a part of the Divine Nine;’ Historically Black sororities and fraternities that make up the Pan-Hellenic council incorporation in the twentieth century. These sororities and fraternities include: ‘Alpha …

By Chelsea Osei
Chelsea Osei
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Words Matter – Closing the Deal on Your Résumé

For students looking to start a career in sales or marketing, you know that the right word, phrase, or piece of punctuation can make or break the deal. An effective résumé incorporates some of the same strategies one might use …

By Beth E Settje
Beth E Settje Associate Director, Experiential Learning & College to Career Transitions | Pronouns: She/Her
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