Resume reviews available from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Monday through Friday at the ASCC.
Bring in your resume for a closer look by one of our peer facilitators here in Pullman during our drop-in hours on the first floor of Lighty.
Can’t meet at that time? Schedule an appointment with a career coach.
Career Services Vancouver is located in the lower level of the Student Services Center, just past the Bookie. Check in at the Student Resource Center front desk.
A resume is a targeted summary of your education, skills, accomplishments and experience. A resume serves as an introduction to potential employers and is often the place where they get their first impression of you. Whether you are applying for a job, internship, graduate school or a leadership position here on campus, your goal should be to build a solid resume that quickly captures your reader’s attention and makes them want to advance you to the next step in the process (typically an interview!).
You should never underestimate the power of a solid resume! Employers and recruiters typically take 10 – 20 seconds to do an initial review of your resume, so capturing and keeping their attention is crucial.
Whether you are working on updating your resume or writing a resume for the first time, you should consider taking a look at our Resume Writing Guide. If you are looking for information on how a Curriculum Vitae (CV) is different from a resume, you should consider reviewing the basics of a Curriculum Vitae.
As taken from WSU Vancouver Career Services Resume Tips