Below are resources to help you begin to create your own unique brand that will win you connections and access, effectively display your skills, experiences and purpose, and earn you new productive and meaningful experiences. Get your documents reviewed by setting up an appointment with a career services intern or career advisor.
The Resume Worksheet, will help you to collect the information you need to begin a resume. Please print this out and complete it before meeting with one of the Interns for a resume appointment.
Guidebooks and Handouts
The guidebooks and handouts below will help you to prepare to compete for internships, other experiential learning opportunities, and jobs. They are also useful for the graduate and professional school application process.
- Cover Letters & Professional Correspondence
- Digital presence - LinkedIn Tips; Merit
- Elevator Pitch
You can also find advice on cover letters, resumes, and professional correspondence, and interviewing in some of our other resources such as:
As you create your brand, continue your exploration and begin to use our resources to find the opportunities that will expand your experiences (see Gain Experience).
Sign up in Handshake for upcoming workshops, non-credit courses, employer visits, programs, or events designed to help you create your brand.
And, as usual, people are probably the most important resources you have at every stage of career development. Grow your career community by leveraging the relationships you have; family, friends, affiliations, employers and, most important, St. Lawrence alumni. Fellow Laurentians are some of the most dedicated and influential alumni anywhere, so start: