Who should a cover letter be addressed to if you are unsure who the hiring manager is?
Great question! A cover letter does not need to be addressed to a specific person unless you know who the recruiter or hiring manager is. It is acceptable (and common) to address as "To Whom it May Concern".…View all answers »
During college I spent most of my summers taking extra courses and conducting field research either individually or with a couple different professors, but it was never paid work or an internship per say. I got course credits for it, but will my lack of formal internship experience hurt my chances of landing a job?
Hello and great question! What I typically suggest in this case is to list that time on your resume as "Volunteer." It does help to have formal internship experience but as long as you list your field research…View all answers »
When beginning to interview, what is the most important type of experience to be able to discuss when interviewing for a marketing position?
Thank you for reaching out! When starting to interview it is important to discuss relevant experience. In a perfect world, it would be an internship or career shadow experience. A close second…View all answers »
Hi! I am a senior in college. I was wondering if it is important that include where I went to high school on my resume?
Great question! Now that you are a senior, I would recommend removing anything related to high school from your resume. It's common for freshmen and sophomores with limited experience to include their high…View all answers »
Should I put my references’ contact information directly on my resume?
I have not worked in Career Services for quite some time, but I was taught that it was not necessary. Typically if an organization needs references they will ask for them. You are usually…