Resumes & Cover Letters
Statistics show that the average time employers spend looking at a resume is 6 seconds. Access library resources for advice on how to maximize the power of your resume.
Cover letters are becoming more and more vital to the job search process. They should be limited to one page, highlight your qualifications, while at the same time letting the employer know that you have done some homework about their company. Cover letters can be somewhat less formal than the resume, and so they can highlight more of your personality and qualifications for a specific job.
Live Online Learning
Take advantage of the library’s free online learning, LinkedIn Learning (formerly called Lynda.com) to help grow your technology skills. Learn more about programs such as Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop and Zoom video conferencing.
- Career Builder
Features many current job listings, resume building and more.
Everything the job seeker will need, from resume writing to job listings.
Over 200 Microsoft resume templates free to download.
Job search site for college students and recent graduates. Information on job searching, writing resumes, cover letters, interview techniques and relocation advice.
Free resume builder will help you create a professional resume that you can save to your computer. Also has a job search feature.
Find books and more in the Jobs and Careers Neighborhood in the West Wing of the library.