Resume Techniques and Tips
A stellar resume is the starting point for anyone starting a career, undertaking a career transition, or looking for meaningful employment. This course teaches resume techniques and tips to give you the skills to craft a resume that opens the doors of opportunity. Students will expect to acquire a better understanding of what to include in a resume, how to best present and format information, and improve proofreading techniques.
Available as a public access course
This course is a non-credit public access course. Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register.
Susan Martin and Nancy Burford
Susan has worked as the Business Internship Coordinator at The King’s University for 12+ years. She has extensive experience writing resumes for those entering the labour market as well as those experiencing career transitions through re-locations, layoffs, dismissals; including military spouses, youth, +40 years through federal and provincial government funded programs.
Nancy has worked as the Environmental Studies (ENVS) Internship Coordinator at The King’s University for eight years. Nancy works with intern students annually and assists them in their application material and job searches. She also teaches a job preparation workshop in which students create cover letters/resumes and prepare for a mock interview. She believes that a having a strong resume can be critical in securing a great job.