How to Get Started
We have plenty of resume resources for you to get started. Whether you'd like to look at resume samples, learn how to create compelling bullet points or how to tailor your resume, you can find the information you need online using our online resources. Or, if you'd like immediate feedback or suggestions, drop in to LifeLab. You can learn more about it by scrolling down the page.
Drop in to LifeLab
What is LifeLab?
LifeLab is a dynamic, peer-driven space where you can walk in to:
- Discover and reflect on your strengths, passions, and interests
- Begin career exploration
- Resume review
Drop in to meet with Peer Educators to get constructive feedback and suggestions to improve your resume. Stop by the Office of Student Engagement on the main level of the Student Union Memorial Center (Suite 248, between Sabor and Core) anytime during our scheduled hours. Please bring your laptop or a printed copy of your resume.
Fall Drop-In Hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 1 - 4 PM NOTE: LifeLab is CLOSED on Friday, December 14, 2018
Tuesday, 3 - 5 PM
Thursday, 9 - 11 AM
Related Events or Programs
Design Your Search Workshops
Workshops Offered Daily
Looking for support as you search for a job or internship? Design Your Search (DYS) will help you fully understand what you need to know to complete a successful search. Workshops include Resume, Interviewing, Networking, Researching the Employer and Online Profiles.
Faculty Fellow Office Hours
Fridays, 2-4 PM
Drop in to chat with Faculty Fellow, Joellen Russell, Associate Professor Geosciences, Planetary Sciences. Faculty Fellows work to effectively involve students in research, collaborative projects, career-readiness efforts and community outreach.
Ask An Expert: Undergraduate Research Pro Tips
12/5 at 1 PM
Visit Chris Elsner (Office of Undergraduate Research) to get expert advice on finding and getting involved with research, and presenting yourself & your research on your resume and grad school applications.