CSI Career & Counseling Services

Successful Job Seeking

Presenting yourself professionally is a necessary skill not only when you want to find your dream job after college, but in many other situations, such as internships, work study, part time jobs and applying for higher education programs. The job search process is much less intimidating when you’re prepared. CSI Career and Counseling Services provides training via workshops, in-class presentations, online tools and individual counseling to help you navigate the job search process to your best advantage. Call 732-6259 or come to the Career Center in Taylor 174.

Resumes and Cover Letters

The purpose of a resume and cover letter is to get you an interview. Your resume and cover letter is your personal billboard: your most competitive features presented to your best advantage. The Career Center provides free copies of our Successful Job Seeking booklets in print or CD format. You can view a downloadable copy of the section on resumes and cover letters here.

We also offer access to Resumes for America, an easy-to-use online tool for creating resumes and cover letters, free to students and veterans.  Individual job search coaching is available and the Career Center staff are available to review your existing resume'. Call 732-6259 or come to the Career Center in Taylor 174.

Resume Help

Interviewing

For many, the prospect of an interview is intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be. Preparing by examining your strengths and practicing your responses will increase your self-confidence dramatically, and can make the difference between an offer and a rejection. CSI offers interview coaching that can make you more competitive in your job search as well as our Successful Job Seeking booklet in print or CD format. You can view a downloadable copy of the section on interviewing here.

Call 732-6259 or stop by the Career Center in Taylor 174.

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