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How to build a résumé


How do you write a cover letter, anyway?


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The University of North Texas’ Career Center is equipped with everything a student would need to successfully transition between academia and profession. “Come to the Career Center early and often! Some students do not realize the Career Center is a resource for them on campus, and either do not take advantage of our many services, or wait until the last minute. The Career Center is not just here to help you find your career post-graduation; we can help you gain experience and develop skills throughout your time here at UNT. If you haven’t met with a Career Development Specialist yet, it’s time to make an appointment,” said Career Center Assistant Director Laura M. Shackelford. UNT, as an institution of higher learning, is not limited to affording current and potential students opportunities academic enlightenment. The university’s career advisors are there to aid individuals with seeking and attaining employment both on and off campus.

The university’s student body is a diverse community in which everyone has specific needs. In the Career Center’s ranks, there is employed a full-time graduate school specialist. “The specialist is dedicated to assist students in determining career paths and opportunities,” Shackelford said. “Whether interested in pursuing a career in academia or exploring the broad range of options within various industries and occupations, we strive to offer the best resources available, including Resume/CV and Cover Letter writing, Mock Interviews, Career Planning Strategies, Academic or Corporate Job Search assistance, and more.” The Career Center webpage has a comprehensive list of workshops and events specifically designed to address the requirements graduate students possess. Non-traditional and international students; and alumni need not fear being left out in the cold to fend for themselves. Jeff Strowe, Alumni Career Development Specialist is the go-to-person for alumni. Strowe is there to assist graduating students and alumni with any issues they have relating to finding employment.

“The UNT Career Center benefits students by helping them navigate their academic/career path as well as equipping them to successfully transition from student to professional,” Shackelford said. “We offer a wide variety “The Career Center offers of resources, programming and resources, events, and programevents for students, including Ca- ming for all UNT students, inreer Fairs, On-Campus interviews, cluding non-traditional students,” networking events, individual said the Career Center Assistant career advising, mock interviews, Director. “We’re here to help internships, job shadowing, and all UNT students achieve their career education workshops.” career goals. The Career Center also provides off-site services, The Career Center’s services do including a dedicated presence not end at graduation, either, as at the Frisco UNT campus as the path to employment is not well as availability to meet with always an easy process. students virtually. for more information on the career center visit:

“We have also begun streaming some of our workshops and events live for students. For international students specifically, we offer a variety of targeted resources, including GoinGlobal, which provides students the opportunity to search H1B visa records by job location, occupation, and company name to identify U.S. employers seeking to hire international professionals.” The UNT Career Center, in conjunction with the University of North Texas Alumni Association, gives graduates access to a multitude of helpful services: Alumni career-advising appointments for career-development Alumni networking / Student Mentoring System Self-assessment instruments (e.g., Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) “We are a resource for both current students and alumni,” Warren said. “Graduating students should consider taking full advantage of individual and peer advising, and internships. Alumni are able to access career fairs, business expos, seminars and workshops.” When it comes to addressing the needs of alumni and the current student body, the Career Center is unequally equipped to providing the answers.

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How to build a résumé Karla Polanco | Contributing Writer

DENTON– Building an outstanding résumé while seeking a job can pose a challenge to students who are still in the process of transitioning into successful professionals. The Career Center at the University of North Texas, located in Suite 103 of Chestnut Hall, offers services that equip students to be confident and qualified in the workplace. Bryttnie Jones, a Career Development Specialist who works at the Career Center, explained that her job entails helping students obtain the tools they need to be more confident in their job interviews. Jones is passionate

about helping students build their résumé. “You know, some people don’t like doing résumés,” Jones said. “To me, it doesn’t make sense to come here [to UNT] and have a degree as that piece of paper that you’re taking out into the world and then also, taking to the world another piece of paper that is poorly written.” Gladis Lopez, a 22-year-old junior and psychology major, said that it’s important to have a résumé because it highlights everything a student has done. “I feel like if you walk into an

interview and you already have a pretty well-set résumé it looks a lot better and you’re going to stand out a lot more for your future employer,” Lopez said. “Just add as much information as you think even if it doesn’t seem important to you, it may stand out to a future employer.” Deidre Leslie, the Associate Director of the Career Center, said that a student struggling to build a strong résumé has to have a draft made before receiving help at the Career Center. “A student can’t come into the

North Texas Daily Advertorial Feature office and say, “I want a résumé, can you do it for me?” Leslie said. “The biggest tip is you need to develop a resume or come to the Career Center and have one of the advisors help you, so that you are an ideal applicant.” Anaam Khan, a 23-year-old senior and biology major, said having a résumé helps to build students as people with work ethics. Khan also said there are cons to having a résumé. “I feel like people will easily shut you down if you don’t have what they need in a résumé,” Khan said. “There’s so much more than what’s written on a résumé.” Clyde Knox, a 22-year-old junior psychology major, voiced the

same line of thoughts as Khan concerning employers when they take a look at a résumé.

“…it’s their first impression of you.” “I mean, it’s their first impression of you,” said Knox. “They kind of just quickly look at it and judge you based on what you have in there, so you have to make sure that it’s well thought out or else you’re going to like, exclude yourself from opportunities.” Résumé continued on page 8

How do you write a cover letter, anyway? Jeff Strowe | Contributing Writer

So, you’ve spent countless hours researching job and internship possibilities, worked hard to perfect your resume, and hopefully gained more knowledge by meeting with your career advisor. You are ready to apply for a position. As you complete the application and upload your resume, you notice that there is still one more step to go. The company or organization is requesting a cover letter. Wait a sec! “My resume isn’t enough?” you exclaim! “What do I say in a cover letter?”

Relax. It can be a bit annoying at first, but composing a cover letter actually isn’t the monumental task it may appear to be. In fact, it can actually work to your advantage in terms of catching the employer’s attention and drawing a positive reaction towards your credentials. It also doesn’t have to be long. Employers won’t have the time to read your life’s biography, so keep your details focused and job-oriented.

The cover letter should serve the purpose of adding some additional details and emphasis from your resume. A well-written cover letter doesn’t simply rehash sentences from the resume, but rather adds more specific detail and re-emphasizes the main reasons why you are qualified for the position. Unless the job application specifically says not to, be sure to include a cover letter every time you send a resume.

Basic Tips Tailor your letters to the specific organization and responsibilities of the position. A generic cover letter offers little value to a potential employer. Your cover letter should be 3-4 paragraphs long, and should describe your interest in the position and your candidacy.

How did you hear about it (e.g., through a friend, an ad, Career Services, etc.)?

want to emphasize the relevant items from your resume, but try not to be too redundant or repeat sentences verbatim. Use specific examples from your academic or work experience that address the employer’s stated requirements. Be sure to thoroughly research the employer. Your letter should show that you are a “good fit” with the mission and culture of the organization. The final paragraph Close by restating your interest in the position and emphasize one last time your

Your introduction should answer the following: For what position are you applying?

What is/was your major and degree (if relevant)? What is/was your graduation date and/or availability date? The body of the letter is your sales pitch This is where you need to describe your strengths (specific skills, personal attributes, experience) and relate them to the requirements of the position. You’ll

DON’T FORGET YOUR MANNERS: The Fine Art of Thank You Letters The best policy for thank you letters is to send a thank you letter to everyone who interviews you. The letter is an opportunity to reiterate your interest in the position and to show your appreciation for the interviewer’s time. This will also contribute to your leaving a positive impression with the employer. The letter should be brief, only 2-3 paragraphs, and should be sent within 48 hours of the actual interview. You should also send thank you letters to anyone who has assisted you with your job search. Emphasize the skills that you have and demonstrate how they relate to the position. Remember to state what you can do for the organization, as opposed to what the organization can do for you. Additionally, you may want to remind the reader of an important point you made in the interview or mention something you may have neglected to discuss in the interview.

qualifications. Also address the next steps by stating that you are looking forward to an interview. Lastly, always thank the employer for his/her consideration. Also Do not forget to proofread! Read it over several times and then

if possible, have someone else read the letter too. Avoid the potential disaster of sending the wrong cover letter to the wrong employer!

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A Note From Our Editor by Harrison Long | Editor February is an interesting monthas we transition further into the year, we become more aware of the challenges we are set to face, and 2017 will be no different. Our hope is that with this issue we will provide a resource for students set to graduate at the conclusion of this semester, students looking to get a jump start on their career prospects, or students simply examining their options beyond their current degree plan. The Career Center is a too-often untapped resource here on


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RĂŠsumĂŠ continued from page 6 campus, and we hope that some of the details illuminated in this issue will provide those interested with information on how to ease the transition from student to full-time member of the workforce.

Leslie explained that there is not one rÊsumÊ that always fits for every job students apply for. Students have to adjust their resume depending on the job they’re interested in.

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“No one should ever think that one rĂŠsumĂŠ will be appropriate for everything that they have interest in,â€? Leslie said. “There’s not one size fits all.â€?

We hope you put to use the information found in this issue, and as always, thank you for reading.

For students who are struggling to build a rĂŠsumĂŠ, Jones recommended focusing on skills that are transferable and not necessarily on paid-work experience.

“I know a lot of employers look for involvement,â€? Jones said. “If you’re just in a few organizations on campus or you volunteer on the weekends and things like that – I mean, you can definitely build a rĂŠsumĂŠ based on that kind of stuff without having any work experience.â€? But the Career Center’s services don’t stop there. The Career Center helps students at UNT find jobs on-campus through the Eagle Careers website. They host on-campus interviews, mock interviews, job shadowing, peer advising as well as individual advising, and internships. They also host career fairs, networking


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fairs, career education workshops and etiquette workshops. For students that need career advice, Leslie recommended to make an appointment beforehand. The appointments are for one hour. Also, 15-minutes walk-ins are welcome at the Career Center. The Career Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Fridays, it is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information can be found by contacting CareerCenter@unt. edu or calling (940) 565-2105.

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Career Center Events

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(15min. Appointments): Mon, Wed & Fri: 10:00am - 12:00pm Tues & Thurs: 1:00pm - 3:00pm Mon - Thurs: 4:00pm - 6:00pm

*Or call to schedule an appointment with your advisor*

Acing The Interview Workshop


Feb 1

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Chestnut 120

Meet the Firms Night


Feb 2

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Gateway Ballroom

Successful Careers for Liberal Arts Majors Workshop


Feb 2

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Chestnut 120

Resumes and Personal Branding Workshop


Feb 3

2:00pm - 3:00pm

BLB 010

Diversity & Inclusion Career Fair


Feb 8

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Union 314

Grad Students Only: Career Fair Prep


Feb 9

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Chestnut 160

Career Fair Prep for Liberal Arts Majors


Feb 9

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Chestnut 120

Intro to Experiential Learning Workshop


Feb 10

2:00pm - 3:00pm

BLB 090

Resume and Cover Letter Building Workshop


Feb 13

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Chestnut 120

Business Career & Internship Fair


Feb 15

3:00pm - 4:30pm


Business Majors

4:30pm - 6:00pm All Majors

How to Use Eagle Careers to Find Your Dream Job Workshop


Feb 21

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Human Development and Family Science Internship Fair


Feb 21

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Chestnut 120

Keys To Healthy Work-Life Balance Workshop


Feb 22

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Chestnut 160

Engineering & Computer Science Internship & Career Fair


Feb 23

11:00am - 3:00pm

Discovery Park

Finding Success in the Hidden Job Market Workshop


Feb 23

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Chestnut 120

Career Assessment and Planning Workshop


Feb 24

11:00am - 12:00pm

MATT 311


Feb 27

9:00am - 4:00pm

Chestnut 103

Feb 28

11:00am - 12:00pm

Chestnut 160


* Finance Interview Day

Career Fair Prep Workshop


GAB 550

*Register for Interview Days on Eagle Careers*

Journalism, Media, Communication & Design Internship & Career Fair


Mar 1

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Union 314

Careers in Government Workshop


Mar 2

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Chestnut 120

Resumes and Personal Branding Workshop


Mar 3

11:00am - 12:00pm

MATT 311

Networking and Social Media for the Job Search Workshop


Mar 8

11:00am - 1:00pm

Chestnut 160

How to Use Eagle Careers to Find your Dream Job Workshop


Mar 9

5:00pm - 6:00pm

West Hall Conference

Resumes and Personal Branding Working


Mar 9

3:00pm - 4:00pm

BLB 080

Intro to Experiential Learning Workshop


Mar 10

11:00am - 12:00pm

MATT 311


Mar 20-31

9:00am - 5:00pm

Chestnut 103


Mar 23

1:00pm - 4:00pm

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Mar 30

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