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Your resume is often one of the first things a prospective employer or graduate school admissions staff member will see. A cover letter is another document a prospective employer will review first. The cover letter allows you to explain why you are interested in a position and describe relevant experiences more deeply.

A quick Google search for the word resume or cover letter could return over a billion results, some helpful and others not so helpful. Instead of going down the rabbit hole, consider exploring the resources here!

If you would like resources on either your resume or cover letter, consider scheduling an appointment with an advisor or PCA in Handshake.

We Asked ChatGPT to Write Resumes and Cover Letters. Here’s What It Got Right (and Wrong)

You’ve probably heard the buzz about ChatGPT and all the wild conversations and creations it’s producing. While it’s a fun diversion in the middle of an otherwise dull day, are there any practical applications for ChatGPT — like having it …

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9 Things Recruiters Search for on LinkedIn

This article will identify nine qualities and attributes recruiters seek to identify potential candidates for job opportunities.

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How to Get Your Resume Actually Read!

This podcast will guide you through application tracking systems and important keywords to get your resume read.

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