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Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Qualified Undergraduate  Interview Candidate  (QUIC) Resume Tutorial: helping you prepare a quality resume Office of Career Management QUIC -- Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate Program
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Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Office of Career Management QUIC -- Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate Program Producing a Quality Resume Producing a quality resume can be a relatively simple process. The key is to approach the process step by step. This tutorial will give you the information to include in your resume, how to organize the information, and then give you some sample formats to follow as you organize that information to produce an attractive and informative resume. After producing a resume, you will want to move onto the section on cover letters to learn the basics of writing a targeted and effective cover letter Career Resources also has staff and career coaches available to critique your resume or cover letter once you have completed this module.
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Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Office of Career Management QUIC -- Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate Program Gathering the information The first step is to gather the necessary information to include on your resume. That information will fall into the following categories: Contact information Your Career Objective Education Work Experience Extra-curricular Experience Other topics such as: Skills Awards and Accomplishments Interests and Hobbies References As you begin, you can draft the information on index cards, by hand in a notebook, or as a Word document but for now DO NOT worry about formatting, simply collect the information – Okay, let’s get started.
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Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Office of Career Management QUIC -- Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate Program CONTACT INFORMATION How can an employer contact you? Simply write down your addresses (include local as well as any permanent address you use), and the phone number and website address that you REGULARLY use. Remember: Employers may keep your information on file for a year or longer. If you are using a cell phone or hotmail.com account now but change to another number or account, you may miss valuable emails. Our recommendation: use your osu.edu account regularly and simply forward as necessary to other accounts. Your osu.edu account is easy and professional. TIP: When conducting a professional job or internship search, leave a professional greeting on your cell phone and use a professional email address -- stay away from cute email names such as nuts4buckeyes@hotmail.com The next slide will give you samples of contact information .
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Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Office of Career Management QUIC -- Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate Program CONTACT INFORMATION sample formats If you have two addresses: SRIRAM RATHAKRISHNAN rathakrishnan.555@osu.edu Permanent Address:
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