As you draft your resume, keep the company in mind and the job description at hand. Make sure you emphasize your experiences that are consistent with the skills the company is looking for in their next hire. The first step to impressing employers before you even shake their hand is an error-free resume tailored to their specific opportunity. The Career Center can help with all of your resume questions including creating or fine tuning your documents for the perfect job or graduate school. Some employers or graduate programs may request a curriculum vitae or a CV instead of a resume.
Career Services - Montgomery County Community College
Our staff is passionate about working with, and supporting UNC students in determining and implementing their career related goals. Whether it is assisting you with deciding on a major or learning ways to gain experience and employment within a chosen career or industry, we are eager to work with you on learning more about who you are now, and who you will be after UNC. It is never too early to visit Center for Career Readiness! If you want to connect with a Career Counselor for up to 30 minutes, you can do so via scheduled appoi ntment. All appointments will be conducted virtually.
Below are some standard examples of quality resumes. I ndustries can have different expectations for appropriate resume content and formatting. Always check with the Career Center if you have questions about your industries of interest. Environmental Field with detailed skills. Centered, single line header.
Due to extremely high phone volume, it may be faster to reach us by email! Resumes are documents that are requested by employers in many fields outside of the academic arena. Most private sector, nonprofit and government jobs require a resume rather than a CV. They are not meant to be a comprehensive list of your every activity or accomplishment. The skills you illustrate in your resume must match the requirements of the job.