Creating a cover letter and resume can be overwhelming but you don’t have to do it alone. The staff at career center will help you tailor the perfect cover letter and resume helping you convey the qualities and skills that you have to offer.
This is the most common resume format for college students. A chronological (or reverse chronological) resume organizes information by jobs/experiences in reverse chronological order—with the most recent experiences listed first. This format works well when:
A functional (or skills-based) resume organizes information into functional groupings of skills or accomplishments. This format works well when:
This type of resume organizes information with an emphasis on skills in reverse chronological order. Experiences and skills can be tailored to fulfill the specific requirements of a position. This format works well when:
Typically utilized for applying to design positions, this type of resume does not follow a specific format. A creative resume showcases a student’s design capabilities while delivering key accomplishments in a unique aesthetic.
Career Development is located in the Jack Barden Center (JBC) in the upper level of the JBC.
Make an appointment by calling 701-221-1863 or e-mailing email@example.com
Regular Office hours
Mondays-Friday: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.