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resume

You will find a job for which you are qualified (and you will submit the job posting as part of your assignment). This job can be local or not; it can even be a change of job posted from within your current organization. The key is to find a job that you are qualified to perform but need to apply for.

Once you have identified the potential job (and captured the posting), you will create a resume using the guidelines found in Chapter 15. Think about which elements are most critical for job you are trying to get.

In addition, you will write a cover letter to accompany your resume. Be careful to develop the letter appropriately, addressing the appropriate person (which may require a little investigation on your part), including the best information to sell yourself, and of course, writing it well. As you create both your resume and your cover letter, think about the look of the document, as well.

Requirements:

1) Job posting for an appropriate job. (included with your other items this can be a URL or an image)

2) Fully development resume

3) Well written cover letter

4) Remember to use an easy-to-read font and make sure everything looks good on the page

resume

You will find a job for which you are qualified (and you will submit the job posting as part of your assignment). This job can be local or not; it can even be a change of job posted from within your current organization. The key is to find a job that you are qualified to perform but need to apply for.

Once you have identified the potential job (and captured the posting), you will create a resume using the guidelines found in Chapter 15. Think about which elements are most critical for job you are trying to get.

In addition, you will write a cover letter to accompany your resume. Be careful to develop the letter appropriately, addressing the appropriate person (which may require a little investigation on your part), including the best information to sell yourself, and of course, writing it well. As you create both your resume and your cover letter, think about the look of the document, as well.

Requirements:

1) Job posting for an appropriate job. (included with your other items this can be a URL or an image)

2) Fully development resume

3) Well written cover letter

4) Remember to use an easy-to-read font and make sure everything looks good on the page

Resume and cover letter

You will find a job for which you are qualified (and you will submit the job posting as part of your assignment). This job can be local or not; it can even be a change of job posted from within your current organization. The key is to find a job that you are qualified to perform but need to apply for.

Once you have identified the potential job (and captured the posting), you will create a resume using the guidelines found in Chapter 15. Think about which elements are most critical for job you are trying to get.

In addition, you will write a cover letter to accompany your resume. Be careful to develop the letter appropriately, addressing the appropriate person (which may require a little investigation on your part), including the best information to sell yourself, and of course, writing it well. As you create both your resume and your cover letter, think about the look of the document, as well.

Requirements:

1) Job posting for an appropriate job. (included with your other items this can be a URL or an image)

2) Fully development resume

3) Well written cover letter

4) Remember to use an easy-to-read font and make sure everything looks good on the page