Resource Library for iCons Students

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Under networking: 2 PDF links in career services were broken, so I removed them

Make Your First Professional Contacts at the Career Fair - From UMass Career Services

Sell Yourself at the Career Fair - From UMass Career Services

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Career Services at UMass

Career Connect database

For College of Natural Sciences students:
Nessim Watson (njwatson@umass.edu)

For College of Engineering students:
Cheryl Brooks (brooks@ecs.umass.edu)

Career Development Resources

Cover Letters

Framework for crafting a cover letter - An overview, and tips on format and structure

Analyzing a job description - A worksheet for linking requirements with your skills

Annotated cover letter examples - From Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy & Management, Career Development Center

Informational Interviews

Informational Interviews Steps and Tips - From Yale University Undergraduate Career Services

Interviewing

Bob Mahoney, UMass alumnus and CEO and president of Belmont Savings Bank, shares tips about finding your first job:  Narrowing the Field, Getting the Interview, Controlling the Interview.

How to Prepare for Job Interview Questions - Adapted from the University of Minnesota's Career Center for Science and Engineering

Networking

10 Tips for Building a Great Student Profile - From LinkedIn

Recommendations

Etiquette for requesting a recommendation letter - Adapted from U.C. Irvine Campuswide Honors Program

Resumes

Framework for crafting a resume - An overview, the nuts and bolts, and a sample resume

Action verbs for resumes - From Yale Undergraduate Career Services

Science Communication Resources

Abstracts

Abstract Guidelines - From UMass Commonwealth Honors College

Writing Effective Abstracts - From the University of Illinois Department of Physics

Posters

Reference Guide - From UMass Department of Chemistry

Templates for Microsoft PowerPoint:

36" x 48"

42" x 48"