A resume is a concise, well-organized summary of your background and qualifications. It does not describe everything you have done, but highlights what is most relevant to the position you are seeking. Writing your resume will take time and effort, but this guide will help you focus on the essential components. Before distributing your resume, have a Career Counselor, a Career Center Peer Advisor, or a professional in your field review it to make sure it represents you well. Employers devote 15-30 seconds reading each resume—make it attractive, readable, informative and concise. Individualize your resume to highlight your unique qualities.
With a focus on retention and improved graduation rates campus-wide, the mission of the Graduation Initiative is clear, “To reinforce quality education and promote academic success by understanding the issues that hinder retention and completion and addressing the findings with appropriate interventions, services, and practices.” Interested in learning more and getting involved? Learn more here.
The Kellogg Legacy Project Endowment has awarded nearly $1.6 million in grants to 25 campus programs to strengthen academics, support current and incoming students, aid faculty in teaching and research, and continue building relationships with the community... read more here.