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UNC Asheville Career Center Resume Building Guide

Tips to help you start writing a resume or tailor your current resume for a specific employment opportunity.
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Katie McGee

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of UNC Asheville Career Center Resume Building Guide

Portfolios Resumes Cover Letters General Resume Tips: Attributes Employers Seek On Resumes
(according to NACE’s 2012 Job Outlook) What Are My Strengths? What is a Portfolio?
Building a Portfolio: Portfolio Types Step 1: Qualify Yourself
Step 2: Analyze Your “Why Hire Me” Points
Step 3: Prepare a Resume that will Secure Interviews
Step 4: Implement Your Recruitment Strategy
Step 5: Secure Interviews Recruitment Steps How To Begin?
Examples :
http://sites01.lsu.edu/wp/cxc/digital-portfolio-examples/ Google Sites 
iWeb 
Weebly 
Wix 
Wordpress  Website Building Tools List Everything Skills:
Content
Self-Management
Transferrable
Quantifiable
Accomplishments Appearance
Customize
Review
References?
Objective? Resume Samples: UNC Asheville Virtual Career Center
http://career.unca.edu/

http://www.northwestern.edu/careers/students/employment-skills/resume-writing/resume-samples.html Introduce yourself.
Make a connection and demonstrate fit.
Encourage resume review.
Demonstrate written communication skills. Purpose: Content: Include a *customized* purpose.
Relate experiences to the position.
Request an interview.
Thank you. Cover Letter Sample UNC Asheville Virtual Career Center
http://career.unca.edu/ Hard Copy Portfolio
should have a professional look and feel.
may include plastic page sleeves to hold samples.
grouping similar samples/skills and use of section dividers is preferable.
Electronic Portfolio (e-portfolio or digital portfolio)
should be intuitive and easy to navigate.
should be formal in nature and content.
may include text, electronic files, images, multimedia, blog entries, and hyperlinks.  Developmental (working)
A record of work/activities, etc. over a period of time.
No limit to content included.

Reflective (learning)
Focused on professional development and may include personal reflection on content included.

Representational (showcase)
Showcases achievements in relation to work or developmental goals.
Should include your BEST work . Portfolio Types: Formatting Options: Porfolio Examples: Robert Straub
Courtney King
Claire Drummond Kinds of Resumes Chronological Resume
Functional Resumes
Combination Resume Marketing Yourself You will ease social interactions and rapidly build rapport with others;
You will become more valuable to others when they see how you can help them;
You will become more valuable to yourself when you can see your own positive traits;
You will achieve your goals more effectively because you will secure the cooperation of others more easily. Marketing Yourself You will ease social interactions and rapidly build rapport with others;
You will become more valuable to others when they see how you can help them;
You will become more valuable to yourself when you can see your own positive traits;
You will achieve your goals more effectively because you will secure the cooperation of others more easily. How to Market Yourself Step 1: Qualify Yourself
Step 2: Analyze Your “Why Hire Me” Points
Step 3: Prepare a Resume that will Secure Interviews
Step 4: Implement Your Recruitment Strategy
Step 5: Secure Interviews Creative New Approaches What Is Important versus Not Important?
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