Job Search Resources

The key to writing a resume is customization. While submitting the same resume to multiple employers is easy, you may not meet the employer’s individual requirements. Although it may take more of your time, you can strengthen your chances of being noticed by customizing your resume and cover letter for each individual job post.

The most effective way to do this is to have one general resume and customize it for each position you are applying for. In order to find out what the employer needs are, pay attention to the job descriptions and requirements. Once you have done this, you can then modify your accomplishments and duties so they pertain and are relevant to the position you are applying for. This will allow you to highlight that you have all the skills and knowledge necessary to perform the job. Below are links that will help you in this process.

The Career and Transfer Center can help students, alumni, staff, faculty, and community members in the following ways:


  • We can help you create or revise a resume for general use or tailored to a specific job or industry. There are templates uploaded to our Canvas page that you can download and use for free. For resume assistance, please fill out and upload your resume. We will get back to you with comments and/or revisions as soon as possible. If you'd like to schedule an appointment instead, email us at

 Interview and Follow Up

  • We can assist with preparations for phone, virtual, or in-person interviews.  We will go over everything from dressing for success to tips and tricks for nailing common interview questions to what comes after the interview.

Social Media and Networking

  • We can create or modify your LinkedIn profile together, making sure that you are targeting your audience and utilizing the networking tools to your best advantage.

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