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Your job search doesn't have to be stressful.

From finding and applying to a position through interviewing and accepting an offer, the Career Center is here to help.

Finding Opportunities

Whether it's searching an online jobs board, attending an in-person networking event, or connecting with an internship or job shadowing host, there are many different ways for you to get connected to exciting job opportunities.

PDF iconOur Guide to Finding Opportunities (PDF)

Networking

Networking can help you stand out in a job search. Check out our tips for getting started.

  • Be prepared with your elevator pitch and up-to-date profiles on Handshake, UVM Connect, and LinkedIn
  • Get involved by volunteering, interning, or working in your field
  • Attend networking, recruiting, and other career interest group events where alums and employers are present

Read More about Networking

Resumes

Your resume is a place to outline your relevant experiences, pique an employer's interest, and hopefully land an interview.

Read more about Resumes

Cover Letters

Your cover letter is a place to tell your story, share details about your relevant experiences, and help an employer understand why you are a good fit for their position.

  • Consult our guide to writing cover letters to get started
  • Come by our drop-in hours to polish your draft
  • Submit your final draft in Blackboard for personalized feedback within 2 business days

Read more about Cover Letters

Interviewing

Preparation is the key to a successful job interview.

  • Consult our guide to interviewing
  • Request a Mock Interview in Handshake or drop by the Career Center to practice answering questions in real time
  • Attend a networking event, resource fair, or Career Fair to put your skills to the test

Read More about Interviewing

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